The Cablefax Leaders Retreat at the Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, FL brought together some of the biggest names in the business to talk everything from AI and its connection to the TV ecosystem, the economics of OTT and skinny bundles, finding and retaining the best talent and implementing successful strategies amid a constantly shifting industry. The 2-day affair included deep, off-the-record conversations that allowed some of the sharpest minds to share insights and perspectives–all in a relaxing and beautiful setting.
Miss out on this year’s event? Keep an eye out for information regarding the date and location of next year’s Retreat.
Retreat attendees gather for a roundtable discussion on diversity and inclusion at their respective companies.
Comcast chief diversity officer David Cohen offers his words of advice to fellow attendees of the Leaders Retreat.
Mediacom’s Italia Commisso Weinand at an afternoon roundtable discussion.
Ale Rojas of Parrot Analytics talks data’s role in the TV industry.
Philo’s Mike Keyserling offers his unique perspective to fellow attendees.
Joseph Nucara of Adara Technologies gives his take on topics covered at the Retreat.
Fuse Media’s Judi Lopez discusses major takeaways from the weekend.
A conservation tour hosted by the White Oak Conservation Foundation allowed attendees to get to know their peers while enjoying wildlife including hippos, giraffes and cheetahs.
Those electing for a more active break took to their kayaks for an excursion.
Brunch is served on the Talbot Collanade for attendees and their guests.
A sunrise beach walk offered spectacular views to kick off the final day of the Retreat.
The views couldn’t get much better during the final lunch, held on the Ocean Front Lawn of the Ritz-Carlton.
Have questions about the 2019 Retreat? Contact Michael Grebb at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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