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Chris Hogg to Speak at IBC Conference 2017

Published on July 21, 2017

Chris Hogg, Lotame’s Managing Director, EMEA will be speaking at the upcoming IBC Conference: Truth, Trust & Transformation, taking place September 14-18 in Amsterdam. IBC is a world-class broadcasting technology event with over 400 inspirational speakers across 5 tracks, over 5 days offering discussion and debate about the many key challenges facing the electronic media and entertainment industry.

The agenda includes sessions like:

  • TV is not Going Anywhere, it’s Going Everywhere
  • Fake News or Alternative Facts? Producing News Content in a Post-Truth World
  • The New Platforms: The Next Generation TV Channel may not be Broadcast
  • Mythbusting: What’s Really Happening to TV Audiences?

Be sure to catch Chris’s panel session, Data Killed the Media Planner on Friday, September 15, 3:30 – 4:30pm, lead by Lotame client Niko Waesche, Head of Customer & Audience Activation at GFK.

Chris will be joined by the following panelists:

Christian Sauer, CEO – Webtrekk; Jens Mittnacht, Managing Director, AdTech Solutions – Prosiebensat.1 Media; Michael van der Voort, Managing Director – Screenforce; Mostyn Goodwin, Partner – OC&C Strategy Consultants; René Lamsfuss, Analytics & Insights Practice Lead for DACH, Publicis Media – Publicis Media

View the full IBC agenda.

About Chris Hogg:
Chris Hogg leads Lotame’s EMEA operations where he is responsible for maintaining and increasing existing business and overseeing new customer acquisition. Chris has more than 18 years of experience in digital ad technology and operations for Independent News and Media, France Telecom – Wanadoo / Orange UK and Unanimis. Chris has held senior management roles for the last 10 years, successfully recruiting, training and leading large teams to deliver commercial results.

About IBC:
Since 1967, IBC has grown to become the most influential annual event for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of electronic media, worldwide. Originally the International Broadcasting Convention, IBC has evolved from its technical broadcast roots and today it encompasses the whole breadth of media creation management and delivery, from online content to digital cinema, from automated workflows to high resolution capture and display.