SocialTV NYC Message Board › Facebook's Andy Mitchell to Speak at TV GOES SOCIAL on Thursday, June 23
New York, NY
Facebook's Strategic Partner Developer, Andy Mitchell, joins this breakthrough conference on TV's Next Big Convergence.
We now have so many speakers that we have added an extra panel.
The best part is that if you register you can display at our demo table for free. Just bring your laptop.
If you want to do a company demo, it's just $250 and you get 6 free passes.
Here's the latest lineup:
"TV GOES SOCIAL" Conference - Thursday, June 23 Fordham Lincoln Center 60th & Columbus
1:00 - 1:50 The Social TV Platform: The New Hardware Options
New viewing devices, settop boxes and internet unifying services are adding a new dimension of utility to the TV.
2:00 - 2:40 Monetization - Software and Services That Promise Upside TV is at the heart of the advertising world - so new Social TV services and apps promise to attract major advertiser interest. See what they are, how they work and how you can take something off the trillion dollar TV ad market.
2:45 - 3:45 An App for That? The New Apps & Software
Facebook and Twitter are today's social media options but they weren't designed to synch with the TV watching experience. A new wave of purpose-built software and Apps promises to change all that!
4:00 - 5:15 The Vision - How The Social Viewer Will Experience TV
The pieces are coming online, programming executives and marketers have forged dramatic campaigns out of the Facebook and Twitter. But these are still intermediate, transitional steps compared to the new viewing interaction and audience marketing models that are about to emerge.
Andy Mitchell, Facebook
Isaac Josephson, ABC Digital
Paul Farkas, Social TV
Sasanka Prabhala, Intel
Adam Simon, Social Bomb
Eric Anderson, Samsung
Sean Casey, CEO, SocialGuide
Dori Gurwitz, Watchitoo
David Markowitz, SecondScreen Networks
Jesse Redniss VP, USA Networks
Alex Iskold, GetGlue
David Levy, PHILO
Somrat Niogyi, Baazar Labs
Nina Alastruey, theChanner
Simon Applebaum, Tomorrow Will Be Televised
Mo Krochmal, Media Futurist