Group VP, Video Product
Time Warner Cable
Alix Cottrell is Group Vice President of Video Product at Time Warner Cable. In this role, she is core to the strategic planning and innovating of the company’s classic video products and next generation user interface development, as well as applications for consumer-owned devices, including TWC TV on PC/Mac, IOS, Android, Roku, Xbox and Samsung Smart TVs.
Ms. Cottrell leads both the product development and user experience teams, which are responsible for defining and setting the video roadmap from concept to launch and beyond.
Prior to joining Time Warner Cable in September of 2012, Ms. Cottrell held the role of General Manager and VP of Fancast.com, a division of Comcast that evolved into the current Xfinity TV. Prior to her time at Comcast, she began her media career at AOL in the programming group and as a Creative Executive Director at an entertainment group.
Time Warner Cable is among the largest providers of video, high-speed data and voice services in the U.S., connecting more than 16 million customers to entertainment, information and each other.
Alix Cottrell will discuss Surviving the Multiscreen Chaos on March 8 in NYC.
Session overview: Gain insight about the latest technologies, and how can they facilitate content across screens. Get a feel for how news out of the Consumer Electronics Show in January will affect this multiscreen world in 2016. And find out how programmers, distributors and vendors can take advantage of the latest multiscreen trends and technologies.