Top executives set to attend ITP Broadcast Forum

Leading execs will discuss critical issues in the broadcast industry
Last year's edition of the conference attracted more than 150 leading professionals from the broadcast industry.
Last year's edition of the conference attracted more than 150 leading professionals from the broadcast industry.


This year’s ITP Broadcast Forum, which is set to take place at the Ritz Carlton, DIFC, Dubai on January 27, will together more than 150 film, TV and broadcast industry leaders from across the region to discuss the biggest challenges and opportunities in the Middle East.

CTOs, CIOs and COOs will benefit from panel discussions, which aim to address the critical issues facing the industry and to offer insights into various strategies for sustainable growth.

Sessions will cover hot topics including how the industry is tackling the scourge of TV and film piracy; technological innovations that will change the business of broadcasting; and the delivery of world class content from IPTV to radio.

These topics will all be discussed in the context of the rapid changes that are transforming the industry, including the increasing role of interactive and second screen technologies which are blurring a once rigidly defined broadcast landscape.

For more information and to register for the Forum click here.

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