Future of Television – Sept. 29


Future of Television (Sept. 29) is now part of NYME with over 4,000 attendees participating over four days.

Welcome to the 2016 Future of Television — the leading event for senior representatives from television broadcasters, MCNs, digital studios, cable networks, digital distribution networks, brands, advertising firms, VCs, social networks, technology providers, analysts and press. Unlike some other industry events, Future of Television focuses on bringing together the people who really matter to meet in a lively yet intimate environment that allows access and privacy to build and grow relationships and partnerships.

“You know that the definition of television is changing when a Future of Television conference is hosted by a company called Digital Media Wire. What is television today? The Future of Television conference further expanded the definition in terms of content, distribution, monetization and venue viewing opportunities. The big takeaway for me — television seems to have finally crossed the digital Rubicon, transitioning from the “delivery box” to a veritable state of mind, a programming option where no screen is primary.”

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I was very impressed with the operations of the event and especially the quality of participants, both on stage and in the audience. Very worthwhile conversations occurred in the hallways, before and after the sessions that I attended.

Nick DeMartino, Head of Business Development, Theatrics.com

2015 Confirmed Speakers include:

Adi Sideman

CEO- YouNow

Bill Carter

Contributer, CNN, former media journalist at the New York Times

Bill Masterson

Co-Founder - Believe Entertainment Group

Brett Adamczyk

VP of Business Development and Strategy - Videa

Chad Beasley

Vice President of Advanced TV Sales - Delivery Agent

Chris Pizzurro

Business Development, Sales & Marketing - Canoe Ventures

Dan Bruinsma

SVP, Activation Director - Starcom MediaVest Group

David Moricca

Founder & CEO - ClubcastLIVE

Domenico DiMeligo

VP of Distribution & Operations - CBS Interactive

Don Wilcox

VP, Digital Marketing and Services - PBS

Elizabeth Hendricks North

President - CuriosityStream

Gene Hoffman

Chairman & CEO - Vindicia

Greg Stuart

CEO - Mobile Marketing Association

JC Cangilla

SVP of Business Development - New Form Digital Studios

John Collins

Managing Director - MediaStorm

Leigh Davenport

VP of Programming - Women & Lifestyle, HB Studios - Interactive One

Michael Davies

CEO & President, Embassy Row - Sony Pictures Television

Michael Klein

EVP of Programming & Content Strategy, Digital Channels - Conde Nast Entertainment

Mike Vorhaus

President - Magid Advisors

Patricia Hadden

SVP of Digital Enterprises - NBCUniversal

Paul Kontonis

President - GOVA

Reid Genaur

CMO - Magisto

Rick Mandler

VP of Strategy & Digital Media Advertising - Disney/ABC

Rob Barnett

Co-Founder & CEO - Onmivision Entertainment

Rush Doshi

VP & General Manager - FIretalk

Scott Chambers

SVP & General Manager, North America Media & Licensing - Sesame Workshop

Ted Schilowitz

VR Creator & Futurist/CinemaVangelist - 20th Century Fox/Barco

Terence Gray

Founder & Executive Director - New York Television Festival (NYTVF)

Thanda Belker

Executive Vice President Pay Television, U.S. Distribution - Sony Pictures Television

Tim Connolly

Senior Vice President, Head of Distribution - Hulu

Tom Ryan

CEO - PlutoTV

Yale Wang

Head of Marketing - DramaFever

Future of Television - October 9 2015

*Schedule is subject to change


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