Through his experience leading the global Altice Group and now running Altice USA, the country’s fourth largest operator of cable telecommunications systems which delivers Optimum and Suddenlink-branded services, Goei will discuss the opportunities global media companies bring to the American television market and how they can serve an increasingly diverse American audience. Attendees will learn how global media companies are affecting decisions about content, products, new technologies and media, while improving and enhancing the customer’s experience.
Goei is president of the board of Altice N.V., a global cable, fiber, telecommunications, content and media company; and chairman and CEO of Altice USA, a subsidiary of Altice N.V. and one of the largest broadband communications and video services providers in the United States. Goei also leads Altice N.V.’s global M&A-related activities and is responsible for the company’s overall strategic vision and growth in the U.S. He previously joined Altice N.V. as its CEO in 2009, helping lead the company’s development and growth from a French cable operator to a multinational telecommunications operator with fixed and mobile assets across 10 different territories serving 50 million residential and enterprise clients. Prior to joining Altice, Goei spent 15 years in investment banking with JP Morgan and then Morgan Stanley in their Media and Communications Group.
Altice entered the U.S. market with the acquisitions of Suddenlink Communications in 2015 and Cablevision Systems Corporation in 2016, forming Altice USA. Altice USA serves approximately 4.9 million customers across 21 states.