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Re: [New-York-Web-TV-Meetup] Future of Television East Conference - NYC, 11/17 - 11/18, Discount Code!

Sent on: Wednesday, November 16, 2011 1:31 PM


On November 16, 2011 at 1:25 PM Chana <[address removed]> wrote:

The Future of Television East Conference presented by Digital Media Wire is a two-day event that includes six series of presentations and panels focused on opportunities across Content, Distribution, Advertising, Out-of-Home and Social Media (the Buzz) including:

-Unbundling: What Happens To Programming When TV Channels Fade Away?
-How to Make It Good: Branded Content and the Internet
-10 things I learned From Doing Cross Media
-Engagement: The New Metric for Successful TV Storytelling?
-Grokking 'Two-Way TV': Lessons From the YouTube Gold Rush
-The Changing TV Landscape
-TV Everywhere: When TV Takes to the Cloud
-The ABCs of Television Unleashed
-Brand Funded Content: How Marketers are Becoming the Programming Execs of the Future
-The Role for Digital Out-of-Home in A Convergent World
-Why Context Matters
-How To Reach, Engage and Impact Hard-To-Reach Consumers
-The Connected Consumer: Understanding the Consumer Who Connects TV to the Internet, and the Internet to TV
-Social TV and The Glee Project - A Case Study
-Internet Enhanced TV: Building TV apps that complement viewing
-The State of the Television Industry
-Creating Compelling and Engaging Video Content for Multiple Platforms
-Digital Distribution Models: How Technology is Changing the Way Audiences Access TV & Video Content
-Monetization: Predictions & Provocations -- How to Build Sustainable Business Models around Television & Video Content
-What are the biggest potential growth areas for the digital out-of-home (DOOH) industry in 2012 and beyond?
-Is Being Discovered the Biggest Challenge in the New Television Ecosystem?
Attendees are key decision-makers from digital start-ups, content creators, cable, broadcasters, studios, networks, producers and distributors, technology companies, wireless companies, rights organizations, industry bodies, advertising, law firms, investment and venture capital firms.

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