NATPE Miami To Feature Conversations With Top Content Industry Newsmakers And Leaders

The main stage lineup for the Jan. 18-20 gathering includes Bob Greenblatt, Byron Allen, Chris Abrego, Dan Cohen, Jeff Sagansky, Jessica Reif Ehrlich, Kathleen Finch, Laura Molen and Soledad O’Brien.

The National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE), today unveiled the first programming details for NATPE Miami 2022. The annual in-person event is set to take place Jan. 18-20, 2022, at the Fontainebleau Resort in Miami.

The main stage program’s first programming details include conversations and fireside chats:

  • Former Chairman of WarnerMedia Entertainment, Chairman of NBCUniversal Television Group, and founder of the production studio The Green Room, Bob Greenblattwill be interviewed by Soledad O’Brien
  • Chairman and CEO, Allen Media Group,Byron Allen
  • Chairman of the Americas, Banijay and President and CEO, Endemol Shine Holdings, Cris Abrego
  • President, ViacomCBS Global Distribution Group, Dan Cohen
  • Eagle Equity Investment PartnerJeff Sagansky will be interviewed by Robert Friedman, CEO, Bungalow Media + Entertainment
  • Senior Media and Entertainment Analyst, BofA Securities, Jessica Reif Ehrlich
  • Chief Lifestyle Brands Officer, Discovery Inc., Kathleen Finch
  • President of Ad Sales and Partnerships, NBCUniversal,Laura Molen

Additionally, today NATPE announces that A+E, Banijay Americas, Debmar-Mercury, Disney – ABC, Globo, MGM, NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures Television, Univision, ViacomCBS, and WarnerMedia are among the companies confirmed to attend the first major content event of the new year. Global streaming platforms such as Pluto, Tubi and Redbox will participate as well.

JP Bommel, NATPE President-CEO, said: “We are thrilled to be back in-person in Miami with safety as our main priority and, with a programming lineup that represents the evolution and transformation of the content industry. The conference is designed to address new business opportunities, new markets and financing of global productions as there is a huge demand for fresh content globally in television, film and streaming.”


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