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JOIN US OCTOBER 5, 2018 FOR

FUTURE OF TELEVISION!

Join Us!

On October 5, 2018, join the most influential decision-makers in the digital media industry at Digital Media Wire’s Annual Future of Television! Held at the inspirational Museum of Jewish Heritage situated on the tip of Manhattan, the Future of Television is the perfect place to network, do deals, and share ideas about the future of television, video, and connected entertainment!

Who Are We

A 1-day event held as part of New York Media Festival’s (NYME) 2-day event series, the Future of Television is 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, the 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. 

Features

The Future of Television features two tracks with fireside chats, roundtables, panels and presentations on digital game investment, creation, distribution, marketing and monetization, the event brings together many of the elite in the industry for top sessions and power networking. It’s not just the deals they make but people they meet and the long lasting relationships forged. If you are serious about the business of TV/Video entertainment, we invite you to join us at the Future of Television.

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2018 Agenda

Future of Television
OCTOBER 5, 2018

OPENING PRESENTATIONS: THE FUTURE OF TELEVISION

Visionary presenters give their perspectives on the future of television followed by Q/A.

VIEW FROM THE TOP: THE FUTURE OF TELEVISION

This panel of industry leaders will discuss how video content will be made, distributed, marketed, consumed and monetized in the future. What are the key factors contributing to the continued growth of revenue? What developments are expected in the value-chain for content monetization? What areas are poised for the greatest growth? What innovations and business models will fuel growth in the marketplace?

Jonathan Barzilay
11:15 am – 11:45 am

MORNING BREAK

THE X[R] FACTOR: CREATING IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCES FOR TELEVISION

This panel of leaders will discuss the hardware and software, including sensory interfaces, applications, and infrastructures, that are enabling immersive content creation for virtual reality (VR), mixed reality (MR), augmented reality (AR), and cinematic reality (CR). How are these tools being used to generate new forms of reality by bringing digital objects into the physical world and bringing physical world objects into the digital world? The panel will focus on what is available in the market today. What are the available apps, content, devices, and headsets?  What is the current state of consumer adoption?

THE MELTING POT OF OTT, CABLE, AND LINEAR TELEVISION

The lines between linear television and OTT services are blurred more than ever with digital services offering network/cable streams with DVR capabilities. Alternately, traditional linear services have their own apps and are buying into OTT services and content. What does this say about the viewing habits of today’s consumers? Are broadcasters and distribution companies responding effectively? Where do advertisers fit in?

Domenic DiMeglio

INVESTING IN VIDEO INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGIES

This panel of investors, who are actively investing in digital media companies, discusses the latest investment trends, valuations and recent deal flow with a focus on video innovation and technologies.

INNOVATION IN MOBILE: WHAT DEVELOPMENTS WILL FUEL FUTURE GROWTH?

The mobile video market continues to grow at a record-breaking pace. This is panel will discuss what is required today to make a successful video content for ios, android, and emerging mobile platforms. How important are storytelling, creativity, and innovation? What developments are expected to fuel future growth in the market?

12:45 pm - 2:00 pm

VIP LUNCH (INVITE-ONLY)

VIEW FROM THE TOP: TV & ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY DEAL-MAKERS ROUNDTABLE

This panel of leading television and entertainment executives will discuss the future of the video business as it continues to grow and reach new heights. What kind of deals are being done today? How is the business evolving as ? What does media consolidation mean for the business? What does the future hold?

3:00 pm - 3:15 pm

Networking break

THE EVOLUTION OF BRANDS, CONTENT, AND MARKETING

Content marketing is essential to building and maintaining a loyal consumer base. Today more than ever, brands need to produce engaging, shareable content to connect with consumers. This panel will provide examples of how brands are creating engaging content and building social community and the impact it has on customer relationships and brand loyalty. 

Zihla Salinas

THE RISE OF ESPORTS

Competitive gaming tournaments have been packing stadiums and drawing record viewers online for some time, and are increasingly becoming part of the network and cable television mix. What do the next few years look like for the growth of eSports leagues in television broadcast, live event, and online settings? Does eSports need linear broadcasting? Do the television networks need eSports?

VOICE-ACTIVATED AI FOR MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT

Voice-activated artificial intelligence (AI) is going beyond telling you the weather and turning on your lights – it’s now helping you navigate media and entertainment experiences. What is possible when media and entertainment companies begin to tap the power of voice-activated devices? How are consumers reacting to the new technologies, including Amazon Echo, Google Home and voice-based set-top boxes, consoles and smartphones? What does the future hold for this exciting area of innovation?

THE RISE OF LIVE STREAMING

Live streaming is continuing to attract viewers, drive engagement and bring shows to the top of viewers’ attention. What are some of the best practices when live streaming? How to build, grow and maintain audience? What is the revenue mix and opportunities for scale? 

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

AFTERNOON BREAK

VIEW FROM THE TOP: ORIGINAL VIDEO CONTENT LEADERS ROUNDTABLE

Quality video content is in demand with digital, television and cable networks competing to capture and retain viewers. This panel of industry experts will discuss the formats, genres and storytelling techniques that are in most demand, how competition is driving innovation and creativity and the winning formulas for success.

Tickets

Early Bird Registration
399.00 USD

INCLUDES:

Access to 1 conference:

Future of Television

Access to the Opening party, closing cocktail receptions, and tech crawl.

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Early Bird NYME Registration
699.00 USD

INCLUDES:

Access to all 4 conferences:

Digital Music Forum
Future of Television
NY Games Conference
RightsTech Summit

Access to the Opening party, closing cocktail receptions, and tech crawl.  

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Early Bird VIP NYME Registration
1,599.00 USD

INCLUDES:

Access to all 4 conferences:

Digital Music Forum
Future of Television
NY Games Conference
RightsTech Summit

Access to VIP Dinner and lunches, opening party, closing cocktail receptions, and tech crawls.

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OUR VENUE

MUSEUM OF JEWISH HERITAGE

36 Battery Place, New York, NY 10280

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