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Top Five Moments at #INTX2016 + VIDEO

Top Five Moments at #INTX2016 + VIDEO

Top 5 Moments at INTX 2016

With INTX 2016 now in the books, we can sit back and reflect on some of the exiting, surprising, even profound moments that took place this year in Boston. To help put it all in perspective, we’ve pulled our five favorite moments from the show. These are the snapshots that best embody both the spirit of INTX as a whole and this year’s theme “disruption.”

NCTA President and CEO Michael Powell’s Keynote Address

Today is a time of transition for the television and Internet community. Powell encapsulates this reality in his keynote, in particular during this clip where he acknowledges the horizons of change and chooses to embrace them.

Roku Vice President of Pay TV Andrew Ferrone Talking Set-Top Boxes in Imagine Park 

Set-top boxes are a hot topic right now. Few companies have their fingers on the pulse of their shifting role in the American home more than OTT leader Roku. In this clip, Ferrone talks about the competition that the a rapidly evolving streaming device marketplace faces.

Comcast CEO Brian Roberts Shows Off the Xfinity Olympics Experience

Perennial INTX speaker Brian Roberts took the stage during the Monday morning General Sessions to show off how Xfinity’s X1 platform is changing how we watch the Olympics. In particular, how Americans are going to catch their favorite Olympic sports amid the thousands of hours of available content.

TED Fellow Jesse Genet Offers a Personal Story of Disruption

For the first time INTX partnered with TED, the renowned platform of “ideas worth spreading,” to bring a series of speakers to share how they’re disrupting their industries in order to illicit change and growth. In this clip, Jesse Genet shares how for her, disruption isn’t an act of desperation, but an entire business philosophy.

LeVar Burton Shares Thoughts on the Renaissance of Creativity on Cable 

American icon LeVar Burton joined INTX to talk about the new Roots mini-series to be aired Memorial Day weekend on the History Channel. While discussing the show, he also shared thoughts on how the wide variety of networks cable offers have served as platforms for creativity.

Don’t see your favorite moment here? Let us know in the comments. And to see an ever-growing collection of clips and full-length videos from the show, go to INTX’s video-on-demand page.