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Future of Television 2019

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Future of Television - September 24, 2019

A 1-day event, the Future of Television is the leading event for senior representatives from television broadcasters, 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.

Check Out Our Agenda Highlights for Future of Television 2019

  • Keynote Conversation with Kelly Day of Viacom & Anthony Ha of TechCrunch
  • VIEW FROM THE TOP: The Future of the Television Business
  • Keynote Conversation with Laura Molen and Mark Marshall of NBCU
  • Today's Video Mix: OTT, Cable, and Linear Television
  • Investing and M&A in Video Innovation and Technologies
  • VIEW FROM THE TOP: TV & Industry Dealmakers Roundtable
  • The Power of Data: AI for Media & Entertainment
  • Esports: The Opportunity for Brands, Agencies, and Marketers
  • VIEW FROM THE TOP: The Future of Streaming Roundtable
  • OTT & Direct to Consumer (DTC) Roundtable
  • Original Video Content Leaders Roundtable
  • Niche OTT Services: Formulas for Success

View the full FOTV Agenda

Confirmed Speakers

  • Ilyssa Adler, Senior Counsel, Business & Legal Affairs, Film & Television, Ubisoft
  • Rob Aksman, Chief Strategy Officer, BrightLine
  • Amber Allen, CEO, Double A Labs
  • Kevin Arrix, SVP, Dish Media
  • Marc Beckwitt, Executive Vice President, Business Development, Pure Flix
  • David Berkowitz, Serial Marketer
  • Eric Berman, Head of Partnerships & Business Development, Crunchyroll
  • David Bloom, Consultant and Columnist, Tubefilter
  • Hale Boggs, Partner, O’Melveny & Myers
  • Paul Brewer, SVP Brand Partnerships, ESL
  • Rich Calacci, Chief Revenue Officer, Pluto TV, Viacom
  • Rishi Chadha, Head of Gaming Content Partnerships, Twitter
  • Alex Carusillo, Principal, OCA Ventures
  • Ajay Chander, Vice President, Research, Fujitsu Labs of America
  • Ted Chervin, Managing Director, ICM Partners
  • Lynda Clarizio, Media Measurement Advisor and Former President, Nielsen US Media
  • Jean Ellen Cowgill, General Manager, TicToc by Bloomberg, Bloomberg Media
  • Shay David, President & GM, Media & Telecom, Kaltura
  • Kelly Day, President, Viacom Digital Studios
  • Chris Defendis, Vice President of Domestic Distribution, WarnerMedia
  • Colin Dixon, Founder & Chief Analyst, nScreenMedia
  • Beau Ferrari, Executive Vice President, NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises
  • Bob Friedman, CEO, Bungalow Media + Entertainment
  • Sharmi Gandhi, Senior Vice President, Strategy & Business Operations, Endeavor Streaming
  • Mike Gold, Co-founder & CEO, Autotoon, Inc.; Entrepreneur in Residence, NYU Future Reality Lab
  • Mike Gordon, CEO, DLVR
  • Ian Greenblatt, Managing Director, Technology, Media, & Telecommunications Intelligence, J.D. Power
  • Anthony Ha, Senior Writer, TechCrunch
  • Christina Heller, CEO, Metastage
  • Carol Hinnant, EVP, National Networks, Comscore
  • Rick Howe, The iTV Doctor, Interactive TV Today
  • Jonathan Hurd, Director, Altman Vilandrie & Co.
  • Ryan Jamboretz, Chief Development Officer, Amobee
  • Marc Juris, President and General Manager, WE tv
  • Todd Klein, Partner, Revolution Growth
  • Christian Kurz, SVP, Global Consumer Insights, Viacom
  • Mike Lee, Agent, Video Games, United Talent Agency
  • David Leibowitz, Managing Partner, CH Potomac
  • Aron Levitz, General Manager, Wattpad Studios, Wattpad
  • Sophie Liao, General Partner, Oyster Ventures
  • Albert Lieberman, Executive Director, Entertainment, Media & Technology Program, NYU Stern School of Business
  • Mark Marshall, President, Advertising Sales and Partnerships, NBCUniversal
  • Joel Meares, Editor-in-Chief, Rotten Tomatoes
  • Laura Molen, President, Advertising Sales and Partnerships, NBCUniversal
  • Teal Newland, Senior Vice President, Marketing and New Platforms, Conde Nast Entertainment (CNE)
  • Chris Park, CEO, Gen.G
  • Sahil Patel, Reporter, The Wall Street Journal
  • Chris Reynolds, SVP, Localization Product & Services, Deluxe Entertainment
  • Piper Rosenshein, Vice President, Subscription Video Services (SVOD), A+E Networks
  • Melissa Rosenthal, Executive Vice President, Cheddar
  • Mark Rotblat, Chief Revenue Officer, Tubi
  • Blake Sabatinelli, CEO, Newsy
  • Nick Sallon, Head of US News Partnerships, Twitter
  • Daniel Schnapp, Partner, Sheppard Mullin
  • Savannah Sellers, Co-Host, NBC News’ “Stay Tuned” Correspondent, NBC News and MSNBC
  • Ned Sherman, Partner & Leader, Digital & Technology Transactions, Manatt
  • Amy Siegel, Managing Partner, O’Melveny & Myers
  • Colby Smith, SVP, Content & Partnerships, ABC News
  • Matt Smith, Executive Director, Comcast Technology Solutions
  • Joan E. Solsman, Senior Reporter, Tech and Media, CNET
  • Todd Spangler, New York Digital Editor, Variety
  • Soumya Sriraman, President, BritBox
  • Paul Sweeting, CEO, Concurrent Media; Editor & Co-Chair, RightsTech
  • Christy Tanner, Executive Vice President & General Manager, CBS News Digital
  • Julina Tatlock, Founder and CEO, 30 Ninjas
  • Sam Toles, Chief Content Officer, Bleacher Report
  • Zane Vella, VP Product - Interactivity and Advertising, Comcast
  • Mike Vorhaus, CEO, Vorhaus Advisors
  • Louisa Wong, Chief Operating Officer, Carat, Dentsu Aegis Network
  • Pamela Young, Executive Director, Valassis Digital
  • ...and more!

We are always looking for speakers with fresh and innovative takes on our topics and subjects. If you are interested in being a speaker at Future of Televison 2019, please submit your application here.

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Sponsorship and Exhibit Tables

For sponsorship and exhibit information at any of our events, please contact: Tinzar Sherman, CEO of Digital Media Wire, at tinzar@digitalmediawire.com.


Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No. However you may be asked to show a government issued ID or drivers license to verify identity.

What is your return policy?

Refunds are subject to a $100 processing fee, which will be subtracted from your refund total. We must receive your written request for a refund by August 24, 2019. Cancellation requests received after August 24, 2019 are non-refundable.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

You may transfer your registration to another person. Please provide written authorization to info@digitalmediawire.com. Confirmed and paid attendees who do not attend or who cancel after the deadline are liable for the entire fee.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

For questions, please call us at 310-855-0033 or email info@digitalmediawire.com.

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