Future Television Forum 2006

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Siamo in partenza per New York City, dove il 16 ed il 17 di novembre assisteremo al Future Television Forum che si annuncia come uno degli eventi più importanti dell’anno per il futuro della Net TV. Sarà la conferenza dove SKYPE svelerà finalmente i dettagli del suo Project Venice.

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OVERVIEW
Future of Television is a 2-day executive conference presented by NYU’s Stern School of Business, Digital Media Wire and the Consumer Electronics Association. An annual conference, this year’s event will be held on November 16-17, 2006 at NYU’s Stern School of Business (Schimmel Auditorium) and brings together decision-makers from cable and broadcast networks, cable and satellite operators, high-tech and advertising to focus on the future of television.

Over 1,200 senior executives have attended the event over the past three years. Speakers have included some of the most powerful players in television from Leslie Moonves (Co-President & Co-Chief Operating Officer, Viacom Inc. / Chairman, CBS) to Mark Cuban (Chairman, HDNet / Owner, Dallas Mavericks) to Jack Abernethy (Chief Executive Officer, Fox Television Stations) to Lord David Currie, Chairman, Office of Communications (OFCOM), the chief regulator for the United Kingdom’s (U.K.’s) communications industries. This is a “must attend” event for decision-makers from cable and broadcast networks, cable and satellite operators, high-tech and advertising.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The program consists of 4 industry leadership keynotes and 6 discussion panels on timely topics focused on the industry’s future.

www.televisionconference.com
November 16-17, 2006 · NYU’s Stern School of Business

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