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Royal Television Society announces conference lineup

The Royal Television Society's 2010 International Conference will be headed by keynote speaker Jeff Bewkes, Time Warner Chair and CEO. The one-day conference, called 'Doing It', will focus on successful digital content exploitation and will take place at London's Barbican Centre on September 28. Some of the speakers include the UK broadcasting minister, Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport; Dr. Suk-Ho Bang, president of KISDI, Korea's top broadcasting and telecommunication think tank; Liz Murdoch, chair & CEO, Shine; president of NBC International and EVP & managing director of Disney Channels EMEA, Giorgio Stock, among others.
June 18, 2010

The Royal Television Society’s 2010 International Conference will be headed by keynote speaker Jeff Bewkes, Time Warner Chair and CEO. The one-day conference, called ‘Doing It’, will focus on successful digital content exploitation and will take place at London’s Barbican Centre on September 28. Some of the speakers include the UK broadcasting minister, Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport; Dr. Suk-Ho Bang, president of KISDI, Korea’s top broadcasting and telecommunication think tank; Liz Murdoch, chair & CEO, Shine; president of NBC International and EVP & managing director of Disney Channels EMEA, Giorgio Stock, among others. The list of UK broadcasters include David Abraham, CEO, Channel 4; Five CEO Dawn Airey; Adam Crozier, CEO, ITV; Mike Darcey, COO, BSkyB; Mark Thompson, Director General of The BBC and Gerhard Zeiler, CEO, RTL Group.

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