Randy Simpson is the Television & Cable Services Supervisor for the city of Aurora where he has worked for over 30 years. His professional experience covers all facets of television production, from videography and editing to writing and producing. He also is responsible for cable channel management, managing web-based video delivery services (www.auroratv.org), and cable franchise administration. He has previously served as the Vice President of the CCUA (2006-2013), and was actively involved in its predecessor organization, the Greater Metro Telecommunications Consortium for several decades. Randy has served on many key committees of the CCUA over the years, including developing and negotiating model cable franchise agreements, developing customer services standards for cable franchises, and the assisting with the statewide CBCcon Communications & Broadband Conference. Randy is a proud Colorado native and holds degrees from both the University of Colorado and Metropolitan State University.
Events featuring Randy Simpson
Thursday, Oct 26
9:00AM - 10:30AM
Vail Room Keynote
No industry has been more impacted by the collision of the digital age with the explosion of the internet than has the Television Industry. At a breathtakingly fast pace, we’ve seen the traditional modes of both production & distribution completely overturned. Content is now being produced and flowing around the world in an ever expanding cloud of 1’s and 0’s. The pace has been both disruptive and has provided new opportunities for the nimble. Struggling to keep up with these changes are the federal communications laws regulating the cable & broadcast industry. Few would deny they are in critical need of a major overhaul. Listen to a panel of experts discuss the Future of Television from a regulatory & technology perspective.