Broadband TV News speaks with Andrew Semchenko, CEO of English Club TV
The modus operandi of the European Commission in policy matters related to the electronic communications market was laid bare at this year’s CAEC conference in Prague.
Discussion about UltraViolet came to the fore at this year’s PEVE Entertainment conference, held at the British Museum in London.
The conference sessions that accompanied this year’s TV Connect, which took place at London Olympia on March 19-21, provided many useful insights into where the industry is heading.
Paris-based channel distributor Thema is enjoying success by going beyond traditional channel representation. Robert Briel spoke with François Thiellet, CEO, Thema, about the success of its Nollywood TV channel and a special Cape Verdian expat channel.
On the evidence of this year’s Cable Congress, which was held in London on March 5-7, the European cable industry is in much better shape now than at any time since the global financial crisis began in 2008.
In between the national broadcasters that are dotted around the International Broadcast Centre, Eurosport is giving a pan-European perspective to the London Olympics.
Beth Braen is Senior VP, marketing at NATPE. As the programming market conducts a major makeover of its Budapest event, she spoke to Chris Dziadul.
Martin Ornass-Kubacki is vice president and chief regional officer, Astra Central Eastern Europe. He spoke to Chris Dziadul about the regional hub created by SES in the CEE region.
With under two weeks to go before Cable Congress 2012, Caroline van Weede, managing director, Cable Europe, talks to Broadband TV News about some of the items that will be covered during this year’s principal gathering of the cable industry.