It’s a wrap! INTX 2016 in Boston finished on Wednesday afternoon. Check out these photos of the event, from the Cable Hall of Fame dinner, to the NAMIC breakfast to some of its high-profile speakers. See you next year!
Comcast’s Brian Roberts shows off the Olympics on X1.
The exhibit and session floor, dubbed INTX Marketplace.
Attendees enjoy “The Lawn,” a green space with games like mini golf and cornhole.
Discovery Communications does a VR demo.
Stand-up comedian Negin Farsad gives a TED talk at about fighting Islamaphobia with comedy.
A panel of FCC Commissioners addresses attendees.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler attends the final general session at INTX.
The Cable Hall of Fame Class of 2016: Tom Rogers, Chairman, TiVo Inc.; Robert J. Stanzione, Chairman and CEO, ARRIS; Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, MSNBC’s Morning Joe; John D. Evans, Chairman and CEO, Evans Telecommunications Co.; Pat Esser, President, Cox Communications, Inc.; John O. “Dubby” Wynne, Retired President and CEO, Landmark Communications, Inc.
Bob Miron, retired chairman and CEO, Bright House Networks, and 2001 Cable Hall of Fame Honoree; Sidney Topol, 2001 Cable Hall of Fame Honoree; Amos B. Hostetter, Jr. recipient of the 2016 Bresnan Ethics in Business Award
Current and past Cable Hall of Fame Honorees were welcomed to the stage with bagpipes.
Pictured at the NAMIC Annual Awards Breakfast held as part of INTX (L-R): Johnny Lozada, co-host, Univision’s “Despierta America,” Maria Elena Salinas, co-anchor, “Noticiero Univision,” Ninoska Zucconi, vice president, Marketing Services, Univision Communications, Inc., and Pamela Silva Conde, co-anchor, Univision’s “Primer Impacto.”
Members of the 2016 Next Generation Leaders Awards Luminaries class were recognized at the NAMIC Annual Awards Breakfast held as part of INTX. (Seated L-R) — Boris Gartner, SVP and Chief Strategy Officer, Fusion Media Networks; Fabienne Clermont, VP, Legal Affairs, Discovery Communications; Oscar Ramos, General Manager, ESPN Deportes Radio and Senior Director, ESPN Deportes Content, ESPN; (Standing, L-R) — Marisol Martinez, VP, Marketing Acquisition and CRM, Time Warner Cable; Meghan Hooper-White, VP, Program Acquisitions, Lifetime Networks; Alaka Williams, SVP, Network Human Resources, Scripps Networks Interactive; Theresa Vargas-Wyatt, Chief of Staff, El Rey Network; and Jhamal Robinson, VP, Production Management, TLC & Discovery Life, Discovery Communications. Not pictured: Valerie Meraz, VP, Content Acquisitions, Turner; Talia Robinson, VP, Human Resources, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
Winners of the 2016 Next Generation Leaders Awards were honored at the NAMIC Annual Awards Breakfast held as part of INTX. (L-R) — Detavio Samuels, president, One Solution & Interactive One; Urvashi Shivdasani, SVP, Finance, Discovery Networks International, Discovery Communications; Bobby Amirshahi, VP, Public Relations, Time Warner Cable; and Sean Cohan, president, International and Digital Media, A+E Networks.
Pop’s Pam Bertino with New Kids on the Block, during Pop’s cruise event.
Model and “Tour of Beauty” star Rachel Hunter pictured with Time Warner Cable Austin’s Tony Baxter and Charter Communications’ Gary Underwood.
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