Big Four CEOs Have Impact on Multiple Sessions
The CEOs of the four largest FSS players again kicked off the SATELLITE 2011 show, but while their time in the spotlight last just less than two hours, the impact of their comments can be felt throughout the day. The concerns of Eutelsat, Intelsat, SES and Telesat about satellite manufacturing costs, launch prices and the changing broadcasting landscape are closely monitored by the rest of the satellite sector ...More»
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From the Show Floor
FSS CEOs See Traditional Business Areas Undergoing Transformation
As SATELLITE 2011 celebrates its 30th anniversary, the CEOs of the largest FSS operators, Eutelsat, Intelsat, SES and Telesat, discussed the challenges for the sector as they look to stay prosperous and relevant during the next 30 years. The issue of launch services was central to the agenda, and was brought into focus by Monday’s announcement of an SES agreement to launch the SES-8 satellite aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 in 2013 ...More»
CEOs See Long-Term Growth Across Various Sectors
Satellite executive leaders from a wide range of sectors gathered for the Satellite Finance Forum 2011 CEO roundtable to discuss common challenges faced throughout the industry and what to expect in the coming months. Futron Technical Director Andrea Maléter opened the forum by asking panel members about how financing was achieved this year compared with last year ...More»