The RTS Cambridge Convention 2021 will take place on 15th and 16th September at King's College, Cambridge.
Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton are set to speak in conversation with Dame Mary Beard at this year’s prestigious conference.
Also joining the high-profile roster of speakers is England football manager Gareth Southgate OBE, who will close the conference in conversation with broadcaster, journalist, and author Clare Balding OBE centred around what Britishness means.
The line up of industry leaders also confirmed to speak at the conference includes Robert Kyncl, Dana Strong, Sinéad Burke, Kevin Mayer, Clive Myrie, The Rt Hon Oliver Dowden CBE MP, Secretary of State for the DCMS, Dame Melanie Dawes, Casey Bloys, Jane Turton, Lutz Schueler, Tim Davie, Alex Mahon, Carolyn McCall, Richard Sharp, Deborah Turness, Mark Thompson, Kirsty Wark and Professor John Curtice, chaired by YouTube’s Ben McOwen Wilson. See the full list of speakers so far below.
RTS Cambridge Digital Pass
Watch all of the sessions live and on demand after the convention with an RTS Cambridge Digital pass. The registration fee is £60 for RTS members and £150 for non-members, excluding VAT. Book your RTS Digital Cambridge pass here.
The 2021 event, which is set to take place at King’s College in Cambridge, is titled “Broadcast Britain: Reshaping Britishness on the Global Stage”.
The Principal Sponsor for the RTS Cambridge Convention 2021 is YouTube.
Should there be a change in Government restrictions owing to new covid variants of concern which prevents the Convention proceeding, the RTS will be providing full refunds.
Clare Balding OBE
Chris Banatvala,Independent Media Consultant
Professor Mary Beard DBE, University of Cambridge
Casey Bloys, HBO
Sinéad Burke, Tilting the Lens
Chelsea Clinton, HiddenLight
Hillary Rodham Clinton, HiddenLight
Professor Sir John Curtice, University of Strathclyde
Alicia Dalrymple, Junior Production Manager
Dharshini David, BBC News
Tim Davie, BBC
Dame Melanie Dawes, Ofcom
The Rt Hon Oliver Dowden CBE MP, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Stephanie Flanders, Bloomberg News
John Gapper, Financial Times
Lorraine Heggessey, Grierson Trust and Channel 4 Growth Fund
Gillian Joseph, Sky News
Jake Kanter, The Times
Robert Kyncl, YouTube
Maria Kyriacou, ViacomCBS Networks UK, Australia and Israel
Ralph Lee, BBC
Alex Mahon, Channel 4
Kevin Mayer, DAZN Group
Carolyn McCall, ITV
Ben McOwen Wilson, YouTube
Naga Munchetty, BBC Breakfast
Clive Myrie, BBC News
Fraser Nelson, The Spectator
Matthew Price, Sky
David Proud, Actor, Writer and Director
Brandon Riegg, Netflix
Beth Rigby, Sky News
Lutz Schueler, Virgin Media O2
Richard Sharp, BBC
Sanjay Singhal, Voltage TV
Gareth Southgate OBE
Marianna Spring, BBC News
Dana Strong, Sky
Rhodri Talfan Davies, BBC
Mark Thompson, Ancestry.com
Deborah Turness, ITN
Jane Turton, All3Media
Sander van der Linden, University of Cambridge
Kirsty Wark, Journalist and Writer
John Whiston, ITV
Briony May Williams