iSportconnect adds Canal+ and Olympic Channel to Broadcast Masterclass lineup
January 31, 2018
iSportconnect is pleased to announce that two additional guest speakers have been added to the lineup for the Broadcast Masterclass on February 28, 2018.
Sebastien Audoux, Head of Sports – Canal OTT (Canal+ Group), and Federico de Mojana, Head of Programming at the Olympic Channel, will take part in the day’s first panel focusing on the new generation of video platforms.
Discussion topics are set to include how pay-TV operators can keep customers, the challenges for rights owners creating direct-to-consumer platforms and whether pay-TV & OTT offerings can co-exist.
Audoux will bring valuable insight to the content programme, with his current role encompassing the structuring and negotiating of a wide variety of deals relating to the development, production & acquisition of programming content, plus digital media and technology.
De Mojana is a thought leader in his field and is responsible for the content strategy of the Olympic Channel, including the creation of content partnerships with production companies, rights holders and international federations.
The event offers a unique opportunity for leading executives to learn more about a crucial sector of the sports industry. A range of panel discussions, presentations and case studies will also focus on the future of the broadcast rights landscape, deepening audience engagement, monetising mobile audiences and adapting to new platforms.
Confirmed speaker lineup:
Peter Hutton, CEO of Eurosport
Jonathan Licht, Director of Strategy at Sky Sports
Aarti Dabas, Head of Media Rights, Broadcast & Digital at the International Cricket Council
Shane Warden, Director of Broadcast & Technology at ATP Media
Ian Holmes, Director of Media Rights at Formula 1
Ralph Straus, Commercial Director at the International Equestrian Federation
Stefan Kürten, Executive Director of EBU Sport
Sebastien Audoux, Head of Sports – Canal OTT
Federico de Mojana, Head of Programming at the Olympic Channel
The event will be held at K&L Gates’ offices in central London. No agencies or press will be in attendance and, as Chatham House Rules will be strictly adhered to, all discussions will remain confidential.
Additionally, a series of intimate networking sessions will give delegates an opportunity to forge new relationships and discuss potential partnerships in a relaxed atmosphere.
Want to attend? See our invitation policy below:
- There is no fee to attend this event. However, the Broadcast Masterclass is open exclusively to senior sports business executives from broadcasters, rights holders and sponsorship brands only.
- No agencies or press can attend and, as we follow Chatham House Rules, all discussions will remain confidential.
- Capacity is capped at 150 delegates allowing intimate access to key decision makers in the sports industry.