The DTG has announced details of its DTG Summit 2017, the 11th year it has run the event dedicated to “driving the TV and digital media industry forward.”
This year’s DTG Summit features a keynote speech from Anne Bulford, Deputy Director General, the BBC and a debate on broadcast innovation chaired by Simon Fell, CTO of the EBU.
Other speakers include Pat Griffis of Dolby Technologies, Aleks Habdank, Managing Director, TalkTalk, Steve Plunkett, CTO, Broadcast & Media Services, Ericsson, Lindsay Clay, CEO Thinkbox and Adam MacDonald, Director of Sky 1 HD.
There will also be networking drinks where broadcaster and journalist Andrew Neil will talk about the future of the media industry and take questions in a Q&A.
“At the DTG Summit, we have the insight, information and network to navigate you towards a new smarter and deeply immersive age of television,” says Richard Lindsay-Davies, CEO, DTG. “Learn from peers, partners and suppliers, familiar and new, to help you pinpoint and develop your strategy.”
The event is taking place at The Shaw Theatre and Pullman St Pancras Hotel on Wednesday, 10th May. You can register for your place here.