At the Happy Hour, Rob will address how the media industry is encountering disruptive forces, which are upending traditional methods of content creation and distribution. Public television, like all traditional media, is charged with redefining itself for new generations of media consumers. Rob will explore the media environment and how KCTS 9 (PBS) is adapting to create long-term sustainability.
Join us on Wednesday, July 29, for this exciting event and conversation!
About Rob Dunlop
As President & CEO of KCTS 9, Rob leads the strategic, operational and business activities of one of the premier public media entities in the Pacific Northwest, serving communities throughout western and central Washington, and British Columbia, Canada. Since joining KCTS 9 in late 2013, Rob has been focused on redefining the organization’s mission, strategy, resources and community impact in the areas of education, social and civic engagement, and arts and culture.
The FMI Happy Hour is co-sponsored by Filmworks, the City of Seattle Office of Film + Music (OFM), the Seattle Film Institute (SFI), Start Up Seattle, The Recording Company, and Spitfire Grill.