Turner Broadcasting System chairman and CEO Phil Kent has been tapped to give the keynote address on the first day of NATPE|Content First, the annual global content market for buyers and sellers that is set to run January 23-25 in Miami. The former CAA TV packaging agent oversees CNN/U.S., CNN International, CNN.com and HLN; TBS, TNT, Turner Classic Movies and truTV; Cartoon Network, and Adult Swim; and Turner Sports. “Because of all the content that Turner creates and distributes here and around the world, Phil is in a unique position from which to view the present and the future,” said NATPE president and CEO Rick Feldman, who made the announcement today. “He can speak to the creative and business challenges and can also speak to the vast global, multiplatform opportunities which are dramatically changing our business.” Below is a possible primer for Kent’s keynote: He and Warner Bros International Television president Jeffrey Schlesinger tackled the topic of the future of television during a panel at the just-wrapped Monaco Media Forum in Monte Carlo:
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By THE DEADLINE TEAM | Tuesday November 15, 2011 @ 3:56pm PSTTags: Monaco Media Forum, NATPE, NATPE 2012, Phil Kent, Turner Broadcasting System
By THE DEADLINE TEAM | Tuesday November 15, 2011 @ 1:11pm PSTTags: Chris Albrecht, Monaco Media Forum, Starz
We just caught up with this video of Chris Albrecht speaking at last week’s Monaco Media Forum 2011:
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