INTX 2016: General Sessions

May 16 - 18, 2016


  • Monday, May 16
  • Tuesday, May 17
  • Wednesday, May 18
Sponsored by Accenture.

From Marconi onward, every significant advancement in entertainment, communications and media has depended on advancing the capabilities of enabling technology. It's just that today, the stakes are higher and the game moves faster than ever. In the midst of a convulsive period for every media sector, Chief Technology Officers make critical decisions about where to invest, what to adopt, how to proceed and what to ignore. Listen in as some of the top technology strategists and leaders from across the Internet and television sectors talk about how they distinguish the innovative from the everyday - and what they see as the most promising new advances in technological capability.

Learn about:
  • game-changing ideas for harnessing chaos
  • approaches for cultivating and supporting innovation
  • who's betting big on what delivery and distribution platforms

Darcy Antonellis, CEO, VUBIQUITY
Kevin Hart, EVP & CTO, Cox Communications
John Honeycutt, Chief Technology Officer, Discovery Communications
Steve Shannon, GM, Content & Services, Roku
Tony Werner, EVP & CTO, Comcast Cable

Gene Reznik, Group Technology Officer - Communications, Media & Technology, Accenture
12:00 pm EDT WEDNESDAY GENERAL SESSION     Watch On-Demand
Pat Esser, President, Cox Communications

Tom Wheeler, Chairman, FCC

Re-imagining Roots for a New Generation
LeVar Burton, Actor and Co-Executive Producer, Roots on HISTORY

Harold Ford, Jr., Former U.S. Representative Harold Ford, Jr.

About this conference

INTX: The Internet & Television Expo, brings together the people, companies and ideas behind the multi-billion dollar digital media and communications marketplace.

Showcasing the latest innovations in content creation, broadband infrastructure, television delivery, advanced advertising, IP applications and more, INTX unites companies from across the industry spectrum, from online video to business telecommunications to mobile data delivery. The three-day event offers a rare and valuable opportunity for live interaction, commerce and idea-sharing through a rich offering of General Sessions, panel discussions, exhibitor displays, mini-conferences and live special events.

For participants across the digital media economy, INTX provides a first-hand view of the business strategies, technology trends and economic and policy imperatives that will inform and influence the next big progressions in media and communications. INTX attendees are among the first to learn about and understand not only where digital media is going, but how they can play a role in its progression.

About National Cable and Telecommunications Association

The National Cable & Telecommunications Association, formerly the National Cable Television Association, is the principal trade association of the cable industry in the United States. Founded in 1952, NCTA's primary mission is to provide its members with a strong national presence by providing a single, unified voice on issues affecting the cable and telecommunications industry.

NCTA represents cable operators serving more than 90 percent of the nation’s cable television households and more than 200 cable program networks, as well as equipment suppliers and providers of other services to the cable industry. The cable industry is the nation’s largest broadband provider of high-speed Internet access after investing more than $100 billion over ten years to build a two-way, interactive network with fiber optic technology. Cable companies also provide state-of-the-art digital telephone service to millions of American consumers.

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