PoliticalNews.me - Nov 13,2013 - Baucus Jobs Summit Now Available on Charter “On Demand”
Baucus Announces Montana Economic Development Summit to Air on Charter Channels
Montana's senior U.S. Senator Max Baucus announced a partnership with Charter Communications to broadcast the 6th Montana Economic Summit. Select portions of keynote addresses and breakout panel sessions will also be available online in the coming weeks at www.montanajobssummit.com.
"The 2013 Montana Economic Development Summit was a world class brainstorming and networking event. Close to 4,000 people in attendance and more than 5,000 people watching our live stream worldwide learned firsthand from the best and brightest innovators in the world. Thanks to Charter, even more Montanans will be able to take the message of our jobs summit and glean ideas to bring even more jobs to our state," said Baucus.
Baucus was instrumental in landing an all-star lineup of keynote speakers for this year's jobs summit including some of the most innovative business leaders of our time along with ambassadors from some of the world's most dynamic economies. Keynote speakers featured on the rebroadcast of the summit include Google's Eric Schmidt, Elon Musk of Tesla and SpaceX, Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, former Presidential candidate and international businessman Jon Huntsman, Jr., Alan Mulally of Ford Motor Company, Oracle's Safra Catz, Boeing CEO Jim McNerney, founder of FedEx Fred Smith, Delta's Richard Anderson and, Montana's own, Ryan Lance, CEO of ConocoPhillips.
The 2013 Montana Economic Development Summit is available now on Charter's Video on Demand* platform, which is located on Channel 1 under the category called "theSPOT." Charter will also air the Montana Economic Development Summit in several segments on The Big Sky Channel** beginning Monday November, 11th through December 31st, 2013.
The full schedule of Charter's re-broadcast of the summit is available online at www.montanajobssummit.com/TVschedule
*Video On Demand Markets
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