12 May 2022

  • Welcome
    Claire Enders, Founder, Enders Analysis
    Jolyon Barker, Partner and Global Eminence Leader, Deloitte

  • Session One: Regulation and Legislation
    Jolyon Barker, Partner and Global Eminence Leader, Deloitte
    Dame Melanie Dawes, Chief Executive, Ofcom

  • Session Two: Interview with Dana Strong
    Claire Enders, Founder, Enders Analysis
    Dana Strong, Group CEO, Sky

  • Session Two: PSB Renewal Panel
    Jodi Birkett, Partner, Deloitte
    Tim Davie, Director-General, BBC
    Maria Kyriacou, President, Paramount UK, Canada, Israel and Australia
    Alex Mahon, CEO, Channel 4
    Dame Carolyn McCall DBE, CEO, ITV
    Simon Pitts, CEO, STV

  • Session Three: Clarity in the Age of Non-Linear Transmission
    Claire Enders, Founder, Enders Analysis
    Wayne Garvie, President, International Production, Sony Pictures Television
    Ben McOwen Wilson, Regional Director, YouTube EMEA, and Managing Director, YouTube UK & Ireland
    Reemah Sakaan, CEO, BritBox International
    Jane Turton, Chief Executive Officer, All3Media

  • Session Four: The Renewal of European Models
    Claire Enders, Founder, Enders Analysis
    Arnaud de Puyfontaine OBE, CEO, Vivendi

  • Session Five: From COP26 to COP27
    Thorold Barker, Editor, The Wall Street Journal
    Matt Brittin, President, EMEA, Google
    Debbie Klein, Group Chief Marketing, Corporate Affairs and People Officer, Sky
    Stephen Woodford, CEO, Advertising Association

  • Session Six: Advertising Mega-Trends
    Rt Hon John Whittingdale OBE MP
    David Abraham, Group CEO, Wonderhood Studios
    Philippa Brown, Chair, Advertising Association & Worldwide CEO, PHD
    Dominic Carter, EVP, Publisher - The Sun, News UK
    Phil Smith, Director General, ISBA - the Voice of British Advertisers

  • Session Seven: Where now for UK mobile?
    Marc Allera, CEO, BT Consumer

  • Session Seven: Where now for UK mobile?
    Patricia Cobian, CFO, Virgin Media O2

  • Session Seven: Where now for UK mobile?
    Ahmed Essam, UK CEO, Vodafone

  • Session Eight: Infrastructure Challenge
    Alex Evans, Managing Director, Head of TMT, EMEA, Barclays
    Tristia Harrison, CEO, TalkTalk Group
    Greg Mesch, CEO, CityFibre
    Lutz Schüler, CEO, Virgin Media O2
    Stephen van Rooyen, EVP & CEO UK and Europe, Sky

  • Session Nine: The Metaverse
    David Abraham, Group CEO, Wonderhood Studios
    Steve Hatch, VP Northern Europe, Meta
    Herman Narula, Co-Founder and CEO, Improbable
    David Pemsel, Co-Founder and CEO, ScienceMagic.Inc

  • Session Ten: Authority in the Digital Age
    Kamal Ahmed, Editor-in-Chief and Co-founder, The News Movement
    Zillah Byng-Thorne, CEO, Future plc.
    Louis Dreyfus, CEO, Le Monde Group
    Jon Slade, Chief Commercial Officer, Financial Times
    Keith Underwood, Interim Chief Executive, Guardian Media Group
    Paul Zwillenberg, CEO, DMGT

  • Closing remarks
    Jolyon Barker, Partner and Global Eminence Leader, Deloitte



Podcast

Claire Enders appeared on The Dog 'n' Bone podcast discussing her career and the missions and business of Enders Analysis, effectively the research arm of the creative, tech, media and telecoms industries. The annual Media and Telecoms 2022 & Beyond conference, which Claire jointly runs with consulting firm Deloitte, returns in person on the 12th May. Martin Loat caught up with Claire on a range of topics, including answering questions from Stephen Van Rooyen, CEO of Sky Europe, David Pemsel, Founder & CEO of ScienceMagic.Inc and Stephen Woodford CEO of the Advertising Association.

Reports

COP26 to COP27: TMT leading the way

COP26 established frameworks to achieve net zero; one year on, the energy crisis is placing pledges at risk and bringing long-term energy policy to the fore. The TMT sector is a leader on net zero, well-placed to measure and target emissions, with WFH in particular a meaningful route to reducing fossil fuel use. Read the report for greater detail on the necessary innovations in the sector for positive climate action.

Enders Analysis looks at 2022

What are the trends most likely to impact telco and media companies in 2022? In this report the analysts at Enders Analysis highlight their research agenda for 2022, focusing on the burgeoning energy crisis and the increase in cost-of-living and how these could affect spend on telco and media services. Read the report for a full analysis of the year ahead.