Reuters Global Media Summit Begins Monday

The annual Reuters Global Media Summit starts Monday and runs through Thursday in New York, London, Paris, Mumbai, and Taipei, featuring exclusive, private interviews with top executives from media and entertainment companies.

Content from the four-day event can be found on its site, and Reuters Insider subscribers will have exclusive access to live recordings of the interviews.

Executives scheduled to participate include: Time Warner CEO Jeffrey Bewkes; Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman; Publicis CEO Maurice Levy; News Corp. deputy chairman, president, and chief operating officer Chase Carey; Financial Times CEO John Ridding; Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello; WPP CEO Martin Sorrell; Disney-ABC Television Group president Anne Sweeney; Pearson chief financial officer Robin Freestone; Star TV India (News Corp) CEO Uday Shankar; Vocento CEO Jose Manuel Vargas; Penguin Books CEO John Makinson; United States Olympic Committee CEO Scott Blackmun; Next Media CEO Jimmy Lai; Kabel Deutschland CEO Adrian von Hammerstein; World Wrestling Entertainment COO Donna Goldsmith; Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick; The New York Times chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr.; The New York Times CEO Janet Robinson; Take-Two Interactive chairman Strauss Zelnick; Technicolor CEO Frederic Rose; MLB Network CEO Tony Petitti; Major League Baseball Advanced Media CEO Robert Bowman; Informa CEO Peter Rigby; DiBcom CEO Yannick Levy; Motorola Mobility president Daniel Moloney; Blinkx founder and CEO Suranga Chandratillake; and JCDecaux co-CEO and chairman Jean-Charles Decaux.