Change. It’s the constant we all live with, as individuals and as organisations. We’re perpetually adjusting to changes in our environment.
Economists have long recognised that profound change comes in waves, each the result of radical innovation. Mechanisation fuelled the industrial revolution, the first wave of change. Steam, electricity and mass production defined subsequent waves.
A fifth wave began with the World Wide Web, ushering the information age. Now economists talk of a sixth wave, characterised by intelligent networks and devices, advanced automation and virtualisation, with sustainability driving new innovation.
On July 8th, Waves of Change, the 2021 DTG Summit, considers the technologies that have the potential to disrupt the television industry; innovations that could change markets and create entirely new business sectors.
The virtual summit explores three waves of change: the user experience, next-gen media and new distribution. We will also hear how natural history production is riding the waves of change – from glass to glass.
That’s Waves of Change, the 2021 DTG Summit, featuring pioneering innovators, cutting-edge entrepreneurs and renowned thought leaders, brought to you by a state-of-the-art streaming platform offering the latest in audience interaction and engagement.
W3C Evangelist, Media & Entertainment, and Chair, CTA WAVE Content Specification Task Force
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