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    How to Cost-Effectively Launch Streaming Video on Your Cable Network

    August 26, 2020 @ 1:00 am - 2:00 am

    This webinar, hosted by experts from Harmonic and Jackson Energy Authority, will show you how to stay competitive on streaming video and will address the key considerations to deploy your own branded streaming TV lineup quickly and securely, with the highest video quality.

    Join this 45-minute webinar to learn more about EPlus Premier’s unique benefits, including:

    A managed IP video service that drastically simplifies your operations
    Advanced functionalities such as targeted advertising, VOD, time-shift, and more
    Efficient MPEG-2/4 multicast feeds to free up QAMs and expand your broadband capacity
    A pay-as-you-grow pricing model, with no upfront CAPEX investment
    The webinar will close with a live Q&A session.

    Speakers:

    Jean Macher, Business Development Director, SaaS Solutions, Harmonic

    Jean Macher is Business Development Director of SaaS Solutions for Harmonic where he drives the marketing effort for next-generation video solutions in the Americas. Macher joined Harmonic as part of the acquisition of Thomson Video Networks, bringing with him more than 20 years of experience in MPEG-related solutions and digital television implementation. Macher holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Institut Supérieur d’Électronique in Paris.

    Ben Lovins, Senior Vice President of the Telecommunications Division, Jackson Energy Authority

    Ben Lovins is the Senior Vice President of the Telecommunications Division for Jackson Energy Authority (JEA). Ben has been directly involved with FTTH deployment and operation since the company’s entrance to the market in 2003 when it built its $70 million fiber-to-the-home system and its most recent launch of the Gigabit service upgrade to its customers. Prior to joining JEA in 2003, Ben worked for Comcast in various positions. With 33 years in the Telecommunications industry, Ben’s experience includes operational, headend engineering, product and service deployment, video programming and services contract negotiations, and additional administrative responsibilities. Ben holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Organizational Leadership and an MBA from Union University.