The RTS London Conference 2018 saw key industry figures debate topics from the world of television at the bi-annual event.
The rise in technology, diversity and online regulation were discussed by experts in television in front an audience of industry professionals.
BBC's Tony Hall, Ofcom's Sharon White and Secretary of State for DCMS The RT Hon Jeremy Wright MP delivered speeches at the conference, and ITV's Chief Executive Carolyn McCall spoke for the first time since her appointment during a conversation with Tim Hincks.
Watch the full sessions from the conference below. You can read more about this year's RTS London Conference in the October issue of Television magazine.
Watch the sessions in full:
- Conference Opening
- Session One: A full set of FAANGs
- Session Two: International Keynote – Bob Bakish, President & CEO, Viacom
- Session Three: Diversity and Inclusion: Lessons From Outside TV
- Session Four: Rise of the Machines – Voice, AI and Beyond – How will broadcasting embrace the challenge?
- Session Five: Tomorrow’s BBC: Meeting The Challenges of the Future
- Session Six: Carolyn McCall, Chief Executive, ITV
- Session Seven: Commission Accomplished
- Session Eight: Making It On The Global Stage
- Session Nine: Alex Mahon, Chief Executive, Channel 4
- Session Ten: How To Regulate The Internet – Audience Protection In A Digital Age
- Session Eleven: Sharon White, Chief Executive, Ofcom
- Session Twelve: The RT Hon Jeremy Wright MP, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
- Convention Closes