IBC 2023 special: with A Guy with a Scarf, Cleeng, FX Digital, and

Host Edward Norton interviews Alexis Gaï, Carlo De Marchis, Mike Ward, and Matthew Duhig to discuss expectations and predictions for the streaming and OTT industry. This episode was recorded during the 2023 edition of IBC in September 2023.

What does the past, present, and future look like, in the streaming and OTT industry? Cleeng’s Alexis Gaï, Carlo De Marchis (A Guy with a Scarf),’s Mike Ward, and FX Digital’s Matthew Duhig joined host Edward Norton during IBC 2023, to discuss expectations and predictions for the streaming and OTT industry. Find out more with this special episode, recorded during the show in Amsterdam on 15-18 September 2023.

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