What's next for the TV industry? Find out from CBS CEO Les Moonves at IGNITION 2015

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What does it take to deliver great television — not just once but year after year, across multiple networks and digital properties?

If you’re curious about what’s next for television, you’re going to want to catch CBS Corporation President and CEO Les Moonves when he takes the stage at IGNITION: Future of Digital, Business Insider’s annual flagship event in New York City.

No one else has Moonves’ track record. Under his direction, CBS Television Network has been No. 1 in viewers for 12 of the last 13 years. CBS boasts TV’s most popular drama (“NCIS”), comedy (“The Big Bang Theory”), and news program (“60 Minutes”).

At IGNITION, Business Insider Editor-in-Chief Henry Blodget will sit down with Moonves and CBS Interactive’s Jim Lanzone to discuss the future of television and what it takes to compete successfully in an increasingly dynamic marketplace. If you care about the future of media and entertainment, do not miss this very special conversation.

Take advantage of our early-bird pricing to get your ticket to IGNITION 2015 now.

IGNITION will take place December 8-9 at the Time Warner Center in New York City.

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