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220 participants, 36 speakers. 22 countries: these are the figures of three days on digital animation and content for the connected screens, starting with the heads of European public TV stations, which will discuss the challenges they have to face compared to the big OTT platforms (Over- The-Top) – that is, companies that provide, through the Internet, services, content and applications, without going through traditional channels, thus operating solely via the network – on competition in subscription-based services with periodic fees and on how to connect their own programs with their audience, wherever they are, to complement their digital offer. In 2023 it is expected that around 70% of households will have an OTT service subscription generating revenues for OTTs in Europe up to $ 23 billion in 2023, or more than twice as much as 2017. The UK is the largest consumer of these services, followed by Germany and France. In total, subscriptions to SVoD services have exploded with almost 100 million subscribers in Europe (compared to 50 million in 2017).