‘What’s next for OTT?’ has been postponed

We are disappointed to announce that our event ‘What’s next for OTT?’ has been postponed as all events in Telefonica buildings globally exceeding 25 people have had to be cancelled due to preventative coronavirus measures.

For anyone who purchased tickets, your tickets will still be valid for the rescheduling of this event or any other event this year (you will just need to email us) including our 2nd of April event ‘A look to the Olympics‘. Just get in touch with our editor James Bayliss (contact@digitalsport.co)

We’re very sorry for any inconvenience caused, and will have a new date for this event as soon as possible.

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