The Paley Center for Media announces the agenda and speaker lineup for its 28th Annual Paley International Council Summit “Forging New Horizons: The Next Era for Media.” Taking place Tuesday, November 8 and Wednesday, November 9, the Summit will be live and in-person for the first time in three years at The Paley Museum located in the heart of New York City.
The global Summit will bring together international dignitaries, thought leaders, and the most prominent executives across industries – including media, entertainment, sports, music, telecommunications, and technology, to address topical issues in tech and media that are poised to determine the course of business, globally, in the future. The Paley International Council Summit is co-chaired by Frank A. Bennack, Jr., Chairman of The Paley Center for Media and Executive Vice Chairman and former CEO of Hearst, and .Henry A. Kissinger, 56th United States Secretary of State and Founding Principal, Kissinger Associates, Inc.
Some of the speakers included: Strauss Zelnick, Chairman and CEO, Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. ,Ynon Kreiz, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Mattel, Inc. The Next Era for Media: How a Changing World Is Impacting the Way We Connect Speaker: Other speakers included: John C. Malone, Chairman, Liberty Global, Mike Fries, CEO, Liberty Global , Nikesh Arora, Chairman and CEO, Palo Alto Networks, Jennifer C. Witz, CEO, SiriusXM , Steve Cooper, CEO, Warner Music Group, Gary Bettman, Commissioner, National Hockey League, Bob Chapek, CEO, Disney , Alberto Ibargüen, President, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Leopoldo Gomez, President, Univision Noticias.
About The Paley International Council: The International Council is an invitation-only community comprised of the world’s prominent media, entertainment, and technology executives. The council is co-chaired by Frank A. Bennack, Jr. and Henry A. Kissinger. The council hosts the annual Paley International Council Summit to advance the exchange of ideas and to foster a sense of community. The summit was first held in 1995 in Italy, and has been held in China, South Africa, Germany, Austria, India, Monaco, Spain, France, Turkey, Mexico, and the United Kingdom.
Close to 200 people were in attendance for the 2 days’ period, it truly was a great event, who is who of ,the media world. Chairman’s reception was well attended at the Hearst Tower.