• Discounted Registration for Future of TV Forum, Coming Up on Sept. 18th

    (Note: below is information about Future of TV Forum, for which VideoNuze is a media partner. VideoNuze readers receive a 20% registration discount.)

    Digital Media Wire’s 11th annual Future of Television Forum (FOTV) returns to New York City on September 18. This one-day event, held at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, is packed with cutting-edge content and networking opportunities, including 10 panels, 3 roundtables, a keynote conversation and start-up/investor pitch sessions. The keynote speaker for the event is NBC News' Chief Digital Officer Vivian Schiller. Schiller, formerly president and CEO of National Public Radio, takes the speaker spotlight in the morning session alongside interviewer, Mike Vorhaus, President of Magid Advisors.

    Other headliners at this year's FOTV include Anthony Wood (CEO & Founder, Roku), Laura Rowley (VP, Video Production and Product, Meredith National Media Group) and Joan Gillman (EVP & COO, Media Services, Time Warner Cable), along with top executives from Showtime, AMC Networks, Innovid, YuMe, Civolution, Hearst Television, Electus, GetGlue, TiVo, and more.

    The day starts with a View from the Top session that sets the stage by providing a high level overview of the issues and topics facing the video industry today, followed by two tracks of topics that take a deep dive into the nuts and bolts of monetization and distribution. Select examples of topics include: Content Discovery and Recommendation; Preventing Cord Cutting; Television as a Gateway to Commerce; TV Apps: The Gateway to the Television Experience; Developing Content for the Second Screen; the M-GO hosted panel, Streaming Your Way: Putting the Customer First in the Next Wave of Digital Entertainment and more.

    "Future of Television is about the ecosystem for distributing, marketing and monetizing digital video content," says Conference Co-Chair Ned Sherman, who is CEO of Digital Media Wire. "We bring together the decision-makers from content creation to marketing to distribution to devices to discuss new technologies and business models that are driving the future of the industry. From new start-ups to industry market leaders, this event is about bringing together the best of the best to discuss opportunities to monetize content."

    New to this year’s agenda is the conference’s first annual Video Start-ups Pitch Day. Hosted by Digital Media Wire and Frankfurt Kurnit, the Pitch Day provides entrepreneurs with an innovative video technology or concept a chance to pitch their product to investors. Brian Meece, CEO of RocketHub, and S. Gregory Boyd, Partner and Chairman of the Interactive Entertainment Group of Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz PC, will begin the Pitch Day with a keynote conversation, followed by “Pre-Revenue Early Stage” Start-up Pitches and “Ready for Series A” Start-up Pitches to the investor panel. Participating investors confirmed include: Rogers Venture Partners, Raptor Ventures, Comcast Ventures, Time Warner Investments and Siemer Ventures.

    Register now and receive a 20% discount