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NBC Ent.’s Bob Greenblatt Tapped for Keshet’s INTV Keynote

Confab will take place in Jerusalem on Nov. 4-5

Bob Greenblatt, NBC Ent. chairman, is set to deliver the keynote at Keshet Media Group’s second annual INTV conference, the two-day confab taking place Nov. 4-5 in Jerusalem.

Hosted by Keshet’s CEO Avi Nir and Jerusalem major Nir Barkat, INTV conference will discuss the convergence of innovation and technology in the television industry.

“We are delighted to welcome Bob to Israel, and we are thrilled to have him share his valuable insight at this year’s conference,” said Keshet CEO Avi Nir. “Bob, with his extraordinary track record in creating quality groundbreaking content and his keen eye towards emerging trends in the TV industry, embodies the spirit of innovation that we hope to cultivate at INTV. We cannot think of anyone more qualified to keynote the conference, especially during such an exciting period of industry transformation and globalization.”

Keshet’s lineup of speakers includes Alex Kruglov, Hulu’s head of content acquisition, Hulu; Sandra Stern, CEO of TV at Lionsgate;  Caryn Mandabach (“Nurse Jackie”) at Caryn Mandabach Prods.; Tim Kring (“Touch), prexy and CEO of Tim Kring Imperative; Gideon Raff, creator/director “Prisoners of War.”

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