NYC TV & Video Week offers five different events featuring cutting-edge panels, top-level keynote speakers and the star-studded Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame from Oct. 17-20.
Virtual Reality 20/20 will kick off the event October 17 at the TimesCenter. Virtual reality is almost ready for primetime with a suite of consumer products coming to the shelves. This conference will investigate how this potential game-changing technology will affect the television industry and examine its impact on programming, distribution and marketing.
The star-studded Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame follows the next evening at the Waldorf Astoria. The event will honor pioneers, innovators and stars of the electronic arts from companies such as Turner Network Television, The CW Television Network and United Talent Agency.
On Wednesday, October 19, we offer Advanced Advertising and the Next TV Summit, taking place at the Grand Hyatt.
Advanced Advertising returns to NYC Television & Video Week with an in-depth look at the latest digital advertising technologies and how to use them to succeed. Panels will cover such off-the-moment topics as audience measurement and big data, as well as addressable TV and programmatic advertising. Panelists and attendees include advertisers, programmers, analysts, research and measurement companies, and tech providers.
This year’s list of speakers includes Denise Colella, SVP of Advanced Advertising Products & Strategy at NBC Universal, and Strategic Partner Lead at Google, Peter Dolchin, as well as representatives from leading companies, including A+E Networks, Hulu, TiVo, IBM, and ABC. For the full list, click here.
Next TV Summit will focus on online video, production, content, technology, and OTT. This will be the only East Coast Next TV Summit held this year. Next TV will dive into such topics as OTT growth and business models, transformative TV technologies, video consumption trends (and the way to measure those trends), and how to manage talent and content in the digital age.
NEW FOR 2016: The Next TV Innovator of the Year Award will be presented on-site to Craig Piligian, founder of and CEO of Pilgrim Media Group and executive producer of The Runner on Verizon’s go90.
Last but not least, the Hispanic Television Summit will be wrapping up the week on October 20 also at the Grand Hyatt.
The 14th Annual Hispanic Television Summit is the most successful annual event of its kind, attracting nearly 500 professional registrants each year from the U.S., Latin America, and Spain.
This year’s summit will focus on expanding the business environment of Hispanic TV and video, which is attracting more viewers, advertisers, programs, channels, and investments than ever before. But, expansion brings new challenges. Learn how the pros are providing better entertainment while meeting new challenges with an eye on future viewers and profits!
It’s not too late to attend! Follow the link to register and use our code PROMAXVIP to get 30% off tickets: http://www.nyctvweek.com/register/.