The DTG Summit is dedicated to driving the TV and digital media industry forward and this year’s event, the 11th DTG Summit, features a keynote from Anne Bulford, Deputy Director General, the BBC. This will be followed by a speech from Simon Beresford-Wylie, CEO, Arqiva and a stimulating debate on Broadcast Innovation chaired by Simon Fell, CTO of the EBU.
Rajeev Raman, Vice President for Strategy and Product Management within Cisco’s Service Provider Platforms & Applications Group and Pat Griffis, Vice President Technology, Office of the CEO, Dolby Technologies will provide unique industry insight during the afternoon. The day is rounded off before Networking Drinks by Andrew Neil, broadcaster and journalist who will give his inimitable view on the future of the media industry and take questions in an exclusive Q&A.
Richard Lindsay-Davies, CEO of the DTG said: “At the DTG Summit, we have the insight, information and network to navigate you towards a new smarter and deeply immersive age of television. From the onslaught of sensory stimulation advances in picture and sound to the product and service innovations that are shaping a new content discovery, dispersion and monetisation landscape. The ability to trace, target and verify viewers derives real policy, commercial and critically consumer benefits provided you help us ensure this smart, immersive age has the stability and scale that we enjoy today. Learn from peers, partners and suppliers, familiar and new, to help you pinpoint and develop your strategy on 10th May 2017.”
Other Summit speakers include: Philip Marnick, Group Director of Spectrum, Ofcom; Jonathan Thompson, CEO, Digital UK; Thomas Wrede, VP, SES; Charles Dawes, Senior Director, TiVo; Aleks Habdank, Managing Director, TalkTalk; Alan Delaney, Solution Director, Huawei; Steve Plunkett, CTO, Broadcast & Media Services, Ericsson; Adam MacDonald, Director of Sky 1 HD; Ian Whittaker, Media Analyst Libernum; Lindsay Clay, CEO Thinkbox; Claudia Vaccarone, Head of Marketing Research & Customer Experience, Eutelsat; Dr Gillian Rollason, Action on Hearing Loss; and Colin Browne, President of the VLV.