Sky is preparing to celebrate its first 20 years in Italy: years of innovations, unique stories, and great sports which Sky has broadcast, contributing in the transformation of television. Even today, it is committed to innovate and experiment with new technologies and new languages, always with an eye to the future. For this reason, Sky has decided to celebrate this milestone with a two-day meeting open to everyone, where Italian and international guests will discuss the next challenges of the creative and television industry.
On June 14-15 in Milan, in the prestigious setting of Palazzo Reale, Sala delle Cariatidi will be transformed into an exceptional television studio. Between interviews and in-depth analysis, personalities from the world of politics, economics, sports, culture, industry, science, and entertainment will take turns to talk about themselves, imagining new perspectives and future scenarios.
Many guests will speak, among which we can find comic trio Aldo Giovanni e Giacomo, NBA basketball star Paolo Banchero, chefs and judges of MasterChef Italia Bruno Barbieri, Antonino Cannavacciuolo and Giorgio Locatelli, President of the Court of Cassation Margherita Cassano, Gialappa's Band Marco Santin and Giorgio Gherarducci, director Matteo Garrone, Olympic skiing champion Sofia Goggia, writer and TV host Carlo Lucarelli, President of CONI Giovanni Malagò, Minister of the Interior Matteo Piantedosi, secretary of the PD Elly Schlein, President of the Constitutional Court Silvana Sciarra, Olympic high jump champion Sara Simeoni, director Stefano Sollima, Minister of Education and Merit Giuseppe Valditara, Olympic fencing champion Valentina Vezzali, and Paralympic foil champion Bebe Vio. Many others will be announced in the coming days.
The event, in collaboration with the City of Milan, will be free and open to the public. To participate in attendance, info and registration on SKY TG24.IT and SKY SPORT.IT, access will be guaranteed according to the places available and will also be visible live on Sky TG24 and Sky Sport TV and digital channels. The official hashtag is #Sky20anni.