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An Internet Week Event presented by MSN and the NYTVF

New York Television Festival

Monday, May 20, 2013 at 5:30 PM (EDT)

New York, NY

An Internet Week Event presented by MSN and the NYTVF

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90 Seconds or Less:
The Power of Short-form Content
on the Web

Presented by MSN and the New York Television Festival



With seemingly limitless options for the online video consumer, advertisers and platform programmers are angling to hook viewers with short, dynamic content -- and they're looking for creators with a knack for delivering big stories in small packages. This panel event will explore the trend of bite-sized content and provide audience members with insight and advice from storytellers that have effectively harnessed the short-form movement. Whether you're producing traditional TV-length content or have an idea for a great new web series, this panel will provide perspective and tips on maximizing your project's potential by minimizing its footprint. When it comes to micro-episodes, only the short survive.

Event is free to attend and RSVP is required.

Monday, May 20th
 - 5:30 PM - Panel
 - 6:30 PM - Networking Cocktail Hour

92YTribeca (Main Stage), 200 Hudson Street


Panelists:

Mark Malkof

Mark Malkoff, star of "The Mark Malkoff Challenge" on MyDamnChannel.com and MSN.com is a comedian and filmmaker who has been regularly featured in national news media ranging from "The Today Show" and "Good Morning America" to "Anderson Cooper 360", Fox News Channel, MSNBC, The Huffington Post, New York Times, NPR, and "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno." Mark is currently starring in "The Mark Malkoff Challenge" on MSN. In each episode, Mark faces an extremely difficult challenge head-on and goes to hilarious lengths to achieve a goal that ranges from bizarre to nearly impossible. 

Mark has starred in many popular video adventures. He visited and consumed purchases at all 171 Starbucks locations in Manhattan in less than 24 hours. He achieved worldwide media attention for his video series in which he lived and slept in an IKEA store in Paramus, New Jersey, for an entire week. Mark made headlines again with a video in which he was physically carried 9.4 miles in Manhattan by 155 individuals, disproving the myth that New Yorkers are rude. He successfully brought a goat into the Apple Store to illustrate that they will allow customers to do practically anything. And he conducted a series of "Celebrity Sleepovers" in which he saved money on a long trip to L.A. by convincing stars to let him crash at their place.Mark watched 252 movies on Netflix streaming in one month, a feat no one had ever previously achieved, resulting in the company CEO, Reed Hastings flying Mark out to its Los Gatos, CA, headquarters and declaring it "Mark Malkoff Day" at Netflix. Recently, Mark hosted "The Bill Murray Show Starring Mark Malkoff," where he attempts to convince the iconic star to join him for dinner in his Queens apartment.

Mark lives in New York City with his wife Christine, and his videos live at MyDamnChannel.com/MarkMalkoff 

Rob Barnett

Rob Barnett, Founder/CEO, My Damn Channel

Rob Barnett is Founder/CEO of My Damn Channel, an entertainment studio and distributor of premium content. Since 2007, Rob’s team has built www.MyDamnChannel.com into a successful business where established and emerging talent from film, TV, and the Internet; loyal fans; and major advertisers create original programming inside the TV network of the future. Rob has created content with hundreds of diverse communicators including Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Rolling Stones, Jimmy Kimmel, Adam Carolla, Johnny Rotten and more. He was president of programming for CBS Radio and a senior production and programming executive at MTV and VH1 for over 11 years. 

Mike Espinosa

Mike Espinosa, Sr. Content Publisher, MSN Video & Entertainment

Mike Espinosa, Sr. Content Publisher for MSN Video & Entertainment, helps lead the development and programming of original franchises and licensed video content across several Microsoft properties including MSN, Bing, Mobile and Xbox LIVE. Since 1998, he has overseen the promotion of original series on MSN including "The Guild," "Last Night on TV" and "Geeking Out." He currently oversees the programming of video content from over 30 original series and over 50 licensed partners on the network.

Prior to working at MSN Video, he served as Editor for the MSN Homepage and at MSN City Guides, responsible for programming content for broad and niche audiences. Before working at Microsoft, he worked for The Seattle Post-Intelligencer and at Freedom Communications developing major daily newspaper sites and regional online media destinations. He began his career reporting on online consumer trends.

Summer Strauch

Summer Strauch, Producer and Filmmaker

Two time Emmy Award winning television Executive Producer, Summer Strauch has over 20 years of production experience. As the creative producer behind projects such as "The Video Music Awards," Walmart TV's "Backstage with Miley Cyrus," and the Emmy Award winning series, "Made," Summer's range of experience proves her innovation and versatility.

Starting her career as an Executive at MTV, Summer was a hands-on producer for both live studio and reality formats for close to 15 years. Her experience led her to produce live multi-camera events such as "The Video Music Awards" and "New Year's Eve in Times Square" while also leading production teams on various reality series including the Emmy Award winning series "Made." Recently, she has seen success as a Development Executive and Executive Producer for Jarrett Creative Group, Stage 3 Productions, and DiGa Vision. Currently, Summer is directing and producing a feature documentary "Out of the Water" on the legendary Duke Kahanamoku Surf Team, in addition to Executive Producing nuvoTV's reality series "Curvy Girls."

Terence Gray

Terence Gray (Moderator), Founder, New York Television Festival

Terence Gray is the Founder and Executive Director of the New York Television Festival (NYTVF). Launched in 2005 as the industry’s first creative festival for television artists, the NYTVF works in partnership with networks, studios, agencies and brands to establish guaranteed development opportunities for indie artists and production companies. Thus far in 2013, the NYTVF has announced 21 guaranteed development deals from fourteen industry partners including FOX, A&E, IFC, Comedy Central, NBC, and History.

Prior to founding the Festival, Gray was a successful television writer and producer with credits including ABC’s "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" as well serving as the creator and producer on projects with NBC, ESPN, TelePictures and Warner Brothers. He is a graduate of Catholic University in Washington D.C.

 

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92Y Tribeca - Mainstage
200 Hudson St.
New York, NY 10013

Monday, May 20, 2013 at 5:30 PM (EDT)


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The NYTVF is a pioneer of the independent television movement, connecting its community of over 14,000 artists with leading networks, studios, agencies, production companies, and brands. Year-round submission opportunities for TV and digital development culminate at the annual New York Television Festival each fall, uniting indie creators, industry decision-makers, and TV fans, alike. In 2013 the NYTVF distributed nearly $300,000 in development funding to artists from over 18 industry partners. To learn more about the NYTVF, current submission opportunities, and additional info for artists, visit NYTVF.com, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter at @NYTVF.

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