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Justin is the Director and Founder of PayMedia Consulting Group, providing strategic support and knowledge to leading Digital Broadcasters and Pay TV operators around the world.
Justin Hewelt has written for a number of leading industry publications including Cable & Satellite Europe, Broadcast, Multichannel News International and Interspace. He is also one of the original co-founders of the Global Interactive TV networking organisation 'Broadband Bananas' Working alongside Gay Bell (Platform PR), Clare Bramley and Ferhan Cook, (Mediaplay Intl / Anyscreen Productions ) Broadband Bananas built up a membership of more than 25,000 digital TV professionals and an online archive of more than 450 video examples of interactive television via its web portal before its purchase by Digital Media Publishing in 2005.
Justin works alongside leading figures in the global Pay TV industry, providing strategic advice, industry reports, relevant case-studies and introductions. Justin provides unique skills in the areas of Pay TV Product Development and Marketing, Brand Development, Business Strategy, as well as specialist skills in User Interface, Electronic Programme Guides and interactive services. Justin has helped a number of key operators around the world develop, launch and market HD, PVR and other advanced products and services.
Janet Greco is
co-Founder and Principal Consultant of Broadcast Projects, and
founder of EPG Metadata Consulting, both established in 2004. She is
a specialist in metadata aggregation, Electronic Program Guides,
search and content navigation, and has contributed to various
metadata and content identification standardization groups over the
years. She previously founded Europeís first EPG data aggregation
business, Infomedia S.A., established in Luxembourg in 1991, now
Europeís largest metadata aggregation company. Infomedia was the
first pan-European company to aggregate and distribute multiple
language TV program listings online, and to harmonize TV program
genres for interactive EPGs under a universal classification scheme.