The Olympics are back and sports OTT streaming is attracting audiences like never before. Tune in August 26th, 2021 to hear from industry experts Colin Dixon, John Kosner, Pete Scott and Jeff Allen as they discuss current initiatives and opportunities for the sports industry as a whole. You'll hear the latest on re-distribution of sports rights across the OTT landscape, driving subscription models through sports, developing audiences, and the emergence of the sports betting infrastructure, among other topics. You won't want to miss it! Register Now.

Featured Speakers

Colin Dixon

Founder and Chief Analyst

‏Mr. Dixon created nScreenMedia as a resource to the Digital Media Industry as it transitions to multi-screen delivery. He has 20+ years’ experience working in the Digital TV, Over-the-Top, and IPTV spaces. Previously, he was an analyst and partner with The Diffusion Group and has held senior executive positions at Microsoft/WebTV, Oracle, and others. He is the author of many reports and opinion pieces and is a frequent speaker at NAB, IBC, and other industry events.

nScreenMedia is a free resource to the Digital Media Industry. It provides fresh opinions, analysis, and data everyday on the events and market movements shaping our industry. Colin Dixon is founder and chief analyst of the company.

Jeff Allen

Andelan Ventures

‏Jeff Allen is the CEO of Andelan Ventures, a consulting and investment firm. He works with technology companies to achieve growth through innovation and transformation, including investing in and building new product lines, building go-to-market scale through partnerships, and inorganic M&A.

Pete Scott

VP of Emerging Media & Innovation

Pete Scott is vice president of emerging media and innovation for Turner Studios. Additionally, he is helping to lead the charge on ELEAGUE, the professional eSports league established in partnership between Turner and WME | IMG. Prior to his current role, Scott served as the vice-president of emerging media for Turner Sports. Scott began his Turner career as a sound tech and editor for CNN, covering such major events as the war in Bosnia and the U.S. invasion of Haiti while working with international correspondents Christiane Amanpor and Nic Robertson. In 2001, he transitioned to Turner Sports’ new media team where he started laying the foundation for the development of Turner’s unique digital portfolio. He served as executive director of partnerships managing digital and mobile rights for,,, and as well as broadband channels TNT OverTime on and TBS Hot Corner on In 2010, he helped launch May 2016 NCAA March Madness Live, the successful live streaming video experience that is now available across more platforms than ever before for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. Before Turner, Scott served as a senior video producer for where he produced and directed the first live college football game streamed online.

John Kosner

Kosner Media

John Kosner is an Internet pioneer and four-decade veteran of sports media, president of Kosner Media, a digital media and sports consultancy, and a partner with Micromanagement Ventures, a portfolio of sports technology start-ups focused on media, betting and player health. He is investor, Advisor and Board member in over 15 early-stage innovative sports companies, and 890 5th Avenue, LLC a SPAC focused on media and entertainment. Prior, John led digital media at ESPN from 2003-2017, after stints at Sports Illustrated, the NBA, CBS Sports and NBC Sports. In his 21 years at the company, Kosner built ESPN into the world’s leading digital sports destination with over 140m unique visitors– a powerhouse in short- and long-form editorial content, streaming, social media, podcasting, fantasy sports, and direct-to-consumer – increasing traffic ten-fold and turning an unprofitable business into ESPN’s fastest-growing one.