Channing Dungey from Warner Bros. to be Featured Speaker at Banff World Media Festival

Exploring the Future of Entertainment: Warner Bros.’ Channing Dungey and Fox Entertainment’s Rob Wade Set to Return as Keynote Speakers at Banff World Media Festival

Warner Bros. Television Group chairman/CEO Channing Dungey and Fox Entertainment CEO Rob Wade are set to return to the Banff World Media Festival in June as keynote speakers. The event, which takes place from June 9 to June 12, 2024 at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in Banff, Alberta, Canada, will feature a diverse lineup of industry experts and thought leaders.

Dungey’s influence spans scripted, unscripted, and animated series for streaming platforms, cable, and broadcast networks as part of Warner Bros. TV Group. As a keynote speaker at Banff, Dungey will share his insights and expertise on shaping the future of the entertainment industry.

Fox Entertainment CEO Rob Wade will also join the lineup as a summit series keynote speaker. With his extensive experience in programming and content development across various platforms including television, film, and streaming services, Wade will bring a unique perspective to the festival.

The festival will feature behind-the-scenes master classes, over 1,200 networking opportunities, and more than 25,000 industry-related meetings. In addition to these events, Banff will introduce a new segment called “Soundtrack” focusing on music on screen and delve into topics such as international financing, co-production technology AI social media.

Banff World Media Festival has hosted past Summit Series keynote speakers such as Jeffrey Katzenberg

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