Welcome to the latest edition of The Euro50, a special issue of Digital TV Europe that reflects and honours the achievements of individuals working across the pay-TV and broadband industries. Please click the cover (left) to view the issue.
An annual publication that’s now in its eleventh year, the Euro50 celebrates those who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and vision in their fields and made a significant contribution to the strength of their organisation or the industry itself.
It has become the definitive “who’s who” of the year’s most influential people in the broadband and pay-TV industries.
The nomination process for the next edition of the Euro50 has now closed.
To be included in the Euro50, nominees:
· should have made a significant and practical contribution to the business of content delivery, pay-TV or broadband over the last 12 months
· should be based in, or work for organizations that are based in Europe, the Middle East or Africa
· should be drawn from one of the categories listed below.
In recognition of the achievements of the CEO, chairman, COO or CFO of a major service provider or platform operator that has achieved an outstanding operational or financial success or innovation.
In recognition of the exceptional achievements of an individual who has contributed to the success of the pay-TV or broadband industry over the course of his or her career.
In recognition of an outstanding individual technologist's contribution to the pay-TV or broadband industry.
For a leading executive of a channel provider or content aggregator in recognition of outstanding success in his or her field.
Marketer of the Year
For an outstanding marketer in recognition of an exceptional or innovative campaign by a service provider, operator or content provider.
In recognition of the outstanding achievements of an individual working in a non-traditional audiovisual content delivery channel such as online, mobile or interactive TV.
View the 2011 shortlist here.
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