PARIS, Sept. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Warner Bros. Television Group's President Bruce Rosenblum will join PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) at MIPCOM 2012 to discuss the future of media, entertainment and broadcasting. Organised by Reed MIDEM, MIPCOM will take place in Cannes, 8-11 October.
Following the much-anticipated PwC Global Entertainment & Media Outlook industry report presentation at MIPCOM on Monday 8 October, PwC's Global Leader Entertainment & Media, Marcel Fenez, will conduct a keynote interview with Bruce Rosenblum, on the stage of the Palais des Festival's Grand Auditorium.
As President of the Warner Bros. Television Group, Bruce Rosenblum has oversight of the entire Warner Bros. portfolio of television businesses, including worldwide production (network, cable, syndication and animation), traditional and digital distribution, and broadcasting. At MIPCOM, he will address the rapid changes in the television business from a global perspective and the need for new business models to adapt to new consumption habits and the on-demand and portability looked for by viewers. Rosenblum will also outline his vision of the television industry, as the Chairman and CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for which he has a mandate to educate and inspire the industry to adapt to new forms of distribution.
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About MIPCOM – MIPCOM is the year's most anticipated global market for entertainment content across all platforms. Each Autumn, the industry's international heavy hitters – from TV and film – converge in Cannes to create a new world of entertainment. MIPCOM turns every moment into an opportunity, transforming four days of meetings, screenings and conferences into deals – from blockbuster programming to ground-breaking partnerships. And the children's entertainment industry gets an early start at MIPJunior, where key international buyers, sellers and producers gather to present, discover and screen content at the world's showcase for kids programming.
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SOURCE Reed MIDEM