Gary Arlen, a contributor to Broadcasting & Cable, NextTV and TV Tech, is known for his visionary insights into the convergence of media + telecom + content + technology. His perspectives on public/tech policy, marketing and audience measurement have added to the value of his research and analyses of emerging interactive and broadband services. Gary was founder/editor/publisher of Interactivity Report, TeleServices Report and other influential newsletters; he was the long-time “curmudgeon” columnist for Multichannel News as well as a regular contributor to AdMap, Washington Technology and Telecommunications Reports; Gary writes regularly about trends and media/marketing for the Consumer Technology Association's i3 magazine plus several blogs.
COVER STORY Between Hollywood strikes, changing viewer habits and concerns over AI, the past year showed an industry deep in rapid evolution
VP, N.Y. Engineering and Strategic Initiatives, WarnerMedia Global Broadcast Technology Services
CTO & Director of Product Management, Infrastructure & Networking, Imagine Communications
CTO, Direct-to-Consumer Group, Disney Media and Entertainment Distribution, The Walt Disney Co.
NextGen TV will help broadcasters compete with digital political platforms, he tells Media Institute
“AirTV,” an anticipated Echostar Sling Media service that will deliver live local TV programs plus streamed video, is expected to debut imminently, again.