The leading Nordic event on the future of television
Copenhagen Future TV Conference has established itself as the leading Nordic conference on the future of television. The conference was started by Claus Bülow Christensen in 2008, and today arrange the yearly conference as well a several spin-of workshops and seminars during the year.
The conferences have with great precision predicted the most significant developments for the television media during the years. And the founder, organizer and moderator, Claus Bülow Christensen, is a high profiled local expert in tv and streaming, often cited and interviewed in national media.
Speakers at the conference are a carefully composed selection of international and local experts, selected from both skilled analysts and trendsetting industry players.
The conference focuses on the relationship between television technology development and consumer behaviour with new media. Presentations at the conference alternates between the introduction of new technologies and concepts for television and video distribution, and analysis of new consumer behaviour with digital media.
High profiled attendees
Conference delegate consists of influencers and decision makers in the local media and telecommunications industry, with many participants from the broadcast industry, and end consumer oriented organizations such as cable TV and Internet service, as well as from the television and video production industry.
In total, the conference brings together around 200 high profiled attendees, a number that has been steadily increasing in the conference lifetime. More than half of the attendees are at high decision levels within their companies.
The venue for Copenhagen Future TV Conference is the top modern conference hall at Industriens Hus (House of Industry), in the very heart of Copenhagen, just opposite the town square and beside Tivoli, the world known amusement park.
Industriens Hus is the home of the The Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) since 1872. At this spectacular Copenhagen address, this new building opened in 2013 as a staggering example of Danish architecture and design, and with an excellent modern conference hall, and several rooms for meeting and workshops.