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SPORTELMonaco 2011

SPORTELMonaco is widely recognized as the largest, most successful business venue for sports executives.

SPORTELMonaco, the International Sports Television and New Media will take place from 10 to 13 October 2011 at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco.In 2010, SPORTELMonaco attracted 2188 participants representing 922 companies from 68 countries.

"Olympic Games - The Lean Forward Revolution in Sports"

Monday 10 October 2011, from 14.30 to 16.30
Auditorium Camille Blanc

Leading sports broadcasters are innovating by:
- Making content ubiquitous and optimized for many devices and platforms the consumer now uses
- Creating sports services that offer companion experiences that co-exist and complement the TV broadcast

Come and hear how leaders in the Lean Forward revolution are working hand-in-hand with their television counterparts so that they can fully engage their mutual audiences for London 2012, and in doing so offer better value to fans and to the rights holders themselves.

Smart TV: Added Value for Sport?

Tuesday 11 October 2011, from 10.30 to 12.30
Auditorium Camille Blanc

Richard Bunn, President, RBI Network and Patrick Chêne, President, SPOREVER

- Glwadys Epangue, Taekwando World Champion,
- Philippe Citroën, Managing Director, Sony France
- Chairman of SIMAVELEC,
- Philippe Levrier, Member of the French Ministerial Commission for the Connectable TV project,
- Timo Lumme, Director of Television and Marketing Services, on behalf of the IOC President,
- Michel Masquelier, Président IMG Worldwide Media,
- Denis Masseglia, President CNOSF (French National Olympic and Sports Committee),
- Christophe Muller, Partners Director, You Tube,
- Steve Nuttal, Principal at First Decide,
- Martin Rogard, General Manager France, Daily Motion.