Top Broadcasters and Content Owners to Debate Key Trends Driving Future Technology Strategy at CCW Conference

Posted by Joe Zaller
Nov 11 2014

If you are interested in better understanding how the dynamic changes in the media industry may impact future technology purchasing and deployment strategies at top broadcasters and content owners, you won’t want to miss the panel discussion that I will be moderating at the CCW / SATCON conference.

The session is called “Key Trends Driving Media Technology Investments,” and it happening on Thursday November 13th at 11:30 a.m. in Room 1A14 of the Javits Convention Center in New York.

Discussion topics will include strategic drivers of broadcast technology spending, key customer investment areas, new technology deployment trends, and the most significant industry trends impacting end-user purchasing decisions.

An outstanding panel of four senior M&E technology executives will offer informed perspectives on the most significant trends in the industry, and how their technology purchase decisions are being driven by these shifts in the market.

Confirmed participants include:

  • Richard Friedel, Executive Vice President & General Manager, FOX Networks Engineering & Operations


  • Fred Mattocks, GM, English Services, Media Operations & Technology; Chair, Technology Strategy Board, CBC


  • Delbert Parks III, SVP and Chief Technology Officer, Sinclair Broadcast Group


  • Diane Tryneski, Executive Vice President, Media & Production Operations, HBO Enterprises


In addition, the audience will benefit from a summary of key data derived from a variety of broadcast market intelligence projects including Devoncroft’s 2014 Big Broadcast Survey (BBS), the industry’s definitive demand-side market report.

Please note that this event is part of the paid conference at CCW. You can register for the CCW Conference here.

This should be a great session. I hope to see you there.



Related Content:

CCW Session Description — Key Trends Driving Media Technology Investments

2014 CCW Conference Registration



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