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49th Annual 2019 Entertainment Industry Conference
49TH ANNUAL 2019 ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY CONFERENCE
June 25-25, 2019
The 49th annual Entertainment Industry Conference continues to provide CPAs, business managers, attorneys, CFOs and controllers with insights and practical advice for handling entertainment business issues. Learn about critical legislative and regulatory developments, as well get up to speed on othe...

Digital Entertainment Asia Forum
DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT ASIA FORUM
June 24-25, 2019
The outlets and opportunities to bring entertainment to the world have never been wider or more vibrant. You're the people who bring music, film, great TV, immersive games and amazing events to people all over Asia, and this is your conclave. Monetising content, the attention economy, the boom i...

E! Networks


Comcast Entertainment Group operates E! Entertainment Television, the 24-hour network with programming dedicated to the world of entertainment as well as E! Online, The Style Network, G4, FEARnet, Golf Channel, TV One, PBS KIDS Sprout, VERSUS, and ExcerciseTV.Comcast Corporation is the nation's leading provider of cable, entertainment and communications products and services, with 23.9 million cable customers, 15.3 million high-speed Internet customers and 7.0 million Comcast Digital Voice customers. Comcast is principally involved in the development, management and operation of cable networks and in the delivery of programming content.

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EVENTS

49th Annual 2019 Entertainment Industry Conference
49TH ANNUAL 2019 ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY CONFERENCE
June 25-25, 2019
The 49th annual Entertainment Industry Conference continues to provide CPAs, business managers, attorneys, CFOs and controllers with insights and practical advice for handling entertainment business issues. Learn about critical legislative and regulatory developments, as well get up to speed on othe...

Digital Entertainment Asia Forum
DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT ASIA FORUM
June 24-25, 2019
The outlets and opportunities to bring entertainment to the world have never been wider or more vibrant. You're the people who bring music, film, great TV, immersive games and amazing events to people all over Asia, and this is your conclave. Monetising content, the attention economy, the boom i...