VideoNuze Events

Upcoming Events

  • Connected TV Advertising PREVIEW: 2022 January 26 - 27, 2022, Afternoons

    Connected TV advertising is white hot. eMarketer recently raised its forecast to $34.5 billion by 2025, more than doubling from today. Other forecasters are even more optimistic about CTV’s future. CTV and streaming are the top priorities for every media and technology company today.

    VideoNuze’s inaugural Connected TV Advertising PREVIEW: 2022 (virtual event) on January 26th and 27th is the first industry event of its kind - focused exclusively on CTV and featuring senior industry executives sharing their key CTV priorities for the coming year. These are the executives and companies who are driving and shaping the industry through their strategic plans, investment decisions and innovation priorities.

    As always, the program will be highly curated, with a mix of one-on-one interviews, panel discussions, research presentations and case studies, providing an immersive learning experience for attendees. For anyone with a stake in CTV advertising’s future, PREVIEW: 2022 will be a must-attend event.

    Registration is complimentary!

    If you’re interested in learning about sponsorship or speaking opportunities please contact Will Richmond.

Past Events

  • VideoNuze 2021 Connected TV Advertising Brand Suitability Summit virtual November 16, 2021, Afternoons

    Connected TV advertising is exploding. eMarketer estimates that in 2021, in the U.S. alone, CTV advertising will exceed $13 billion, and will more than double, to over $27 billion in 2025.

    One of the most significant challenges over the past several years has been “brand safety and suitability.” Critical to the topic of brand suitability is Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I). As CTV advertising gains a larger share of both linear TV and digital ad spending, it is poised to play a more important role in brand suitability and DE&I.

    VideoNuze’s Connected TV Advertising Brand Suitability Summit is the first and only industry event that is 100% focused on brand suitability and safety in CTV advertising and the integral role of DE&I. It is an opportunity for the industry’s top thought-leaders to convene and dig into all aspects of this complex, vital topic.

    The CTV Advertising Brand Suitability Summit will feature significant involvement from large ad agencies and advertisers who are leading in both CTV advertising and DE&I. 10% of all paid sponsorship revenue will be directed to agency partners, or their designated affiliates, to advance their DE&I initiatives.

    Please refer to the CTV Advertising Brand Suitability Summit's website for more information and registration.

    To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Will Richmond.

  • VideoNuze 2021 Connected TV Advertising Summit - VIRTUAL EVENT June 9, 2021, Afternoons

    Connected TVs (CTVs)* and streaming are the most important catalysts driving change in TV and video industries. In the U.S. alone over 80% of households now have at least one CTV, with many having two or more CTVs.
    With viewership surging and ad-supported streaming services proliferating, eMarketer is forecasting that CTV advertising in the U.S. will jump to $18.3 billion in 2024, up 61% from 2021.
    VideoNuze’s 2021 Connected TV Advertising Summit – VIRTUAL EVENT will bring together senior executives from brands, agencies, content providers, technology companies and other stakeholders for two afternoons of high-impact learning. The CTV Ad Summit will be the most focused, in-depth conference on CTV advertising.

    If the future of your business is tied to the growth and success of CTVs, the CTV Ad Summit is a must-attend event.

    The CTV Ad Summit will be a VIRTUAL EVENT – June 9th and 10th afternoons with Complimentary Sign Up!

    To learn more about sponsorship opportunities please contact Will Richmond.

    *Connected TV (CTV) refers to any TV that is connected to the Internet and can play OTT video content/ads and also display graphical ads. CTVs have the capability to return user data to device manufacturers, content providers and ad buyers. CTVs support secure transactions such as subscriptions and e-commerce.

 Examples of CTVs are smart TVs as well as TVs that are connected to the Internet via streaming media players/sticks (e.g. Roku, Fire TV), gaming consoles (e.g. PlayStation, Wii), DVRs, pay-TV operators’ IP set-top boxes (e.g. X1) and other devices.