iSportconnect adds Formula One to Broadcast Masterclass lineup
By Community | December 19, 2017
iSportconnect is delighted to announce that Ian Holmes – Director of Media Rights at Formula 1 – has been added to the lineup for the Broadcast Masterclass on February 28, 2018.
Already confirmed to speak at the all-day event are Jonathan Licht, Director of Strategy at Sky Sports, Aarti Dabas, Head of Media Rights, Broadcast & Digital at the International Cricket Council, and Peter Hutton, CEO of Eurosport.
The quartet will add significant value to the content programme, courtesy of extensive expertise in the broadcast space, as iSportconnect brings together industry thought leaders to focus on new ways for media companies, rights owners and technology partners to prosper, thrive and grow as the digital revolution continues to disrupt the sports broadcasting market.
Staying ahead of the broadcast curve has never been more difficult, with new opportunities coming online every single day, and the event offers a unique opportunity for leading executives to learn more about a crucial sector of the sports industry.
Debates are set to encompass a number of crunch topics, including the rise – and future – of OTT, plus current competition within the rights landscape, while a series of networking sessions will ensure those in attendance are able to share ideas and best practices.
The event will be staged at K&L Gates’ London office, which is located in the modern iconic premises of One New Change in the heart of the city.
No agencies or press will be in attendance and, as we follow Chatham House Rules, all panel discussions will remain confidential, allowing delegates to exchange viewpoints in a relaxed atmosphere.
A full speaker lineup for the event will be confirmed in due course. Please contact Chris Edbrook (email@example.com) to register your interest in attending.
Confirmed speaker list:
Jonathan Licht, Director of Strategy at Sky Sports
Aarti Dabas, Head of Media Rights, Broadcast & Digital at the ICC
Peter Hutton, CEO of Eurosport
Ian Holmes, Director of Media Rights at Formula 1