Coming this summer to a theater near you.
If you happen to live on the French Riviera, anyway (and if you do, what are you doing spending your time on corporate blogs?)
If you don’t, however, and you won’t be at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity next month, fret not. Beginning today, public voting opens for which Cannes Lions sessions will be streamed live via YouTube. The always spirited Cannes Debate, hosted annually by WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell, is among them and will feature Twitter chief Dick Costolo and our very own Philippe Dauman, President and CEO of Viacom.
There’s virtually no topic in media, entertainment and technology that this panel can’t triangulate, from the increasing interplay between television and social, to the near-extinct lines between content and marketing, to the ascendant mobile revolution. And much more.
To vote for the 2014 Cannes Debate to be live streamed, click here. Voting closes on Friday, May 30th.
The session will take place at 12:00 p.m. local time in Cannes or 6 a.m. on the East Coast on Friday, June 20th and will continue to be available to view on YouTube thereafter.