The biennial RTS Cambridge Convention brings together senior figures from the television industry to discuss the challenges of a shifting TV landscape.
This year's convention, chaired by BBC Director-General Tony Hall, will look at television in 2020 and the challenges for content, creativity and business models. It will see broadcasting executives gather to discover how content creation and business models will need to adapt to face the future and what the next decade holds for Public Service Broadcasting in the UK.
Key speakers at the event, which takes place from 16-18 September, include Sharon White, Chief Executive at Ofcom, David Abraham, CEO at Channel 4, Viacom President and CEO Philippe Dauman, Josh Sapan, President and CEO of AMC Networks and David Zaslav, President and CEO of Discovery Communications.
Convention chair Tony Hall said: "The TV landscape is changing fast. Viewers have access to a multitude of new ways to watch their favourite programmes, and since the last RTS Cambridge Convention in 2013 there have been seismic changes across the production sector. The 2015 convention will bring together senior industry figures and future leaders to analyse and debate the industry as a whole."