Monday, October 29, 2018

I'm hosting the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame with Kathie Lee Gifford and Rosanna Scotto


NYC Television Week, presented by Broadcasting & Cable and Multichannel News magazines, is having their NYC Television Week featuring five mega events including Advanced Advertising, TV Data Summit, Next TV Summit, NYC Television Week's 40 under 40 and the star-studded Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.

I'm pleased to be hosting this prestigious event.

"We have assembled an exceptional lineup of speakers and panelists who are proven experts in their field of business. Attendees will have many valuable opportunities to hear first-hand about the latest industry developments and how to navigate the immediate business challenges facing the television and video industries. The tremendous support that this event continues to receive emphasizes the importance of having an industry platform where leading executives and senior managers can come together to discuss lessons learned, new trends and technologies, and perspectives of where the future of the industry lies," said Mr. Charlie Weiss, Vice President, Group Publisher, Broadcasting & Cable and Multichannel News.

The preliminary speaker lineup includes such industry leaders as:

Ian Ferreira, EVP, Programmatic – WideOrbit
Lance Neuhauser, CEO - 4C Insights
Julie Sterling, Director, Broadcast Partnerships - Google
Jim Keller, VP, National Advertising, Hulu
Mark Gorman, CEO - Matrix Solutions
Jessica Hogue, SVP, Product Leadership – Nielsen
Radha Subramanyam, Chief Research & Analytics Officer, CBS Television
Natasha Hritzuk, VP, Consumer Innovation and Research – Turner Broadcasting System
Nicolle Pangis, CEO – NCC Media
Ross McCray, CEO – VideoAmp
Michael Powell, President & CEO – NCTA – The Internet and Television Association
Jennifer Koester, Lead Director of Telco and Video Distribution Partnerships – Google
Andy McCollum, CEO – Philo
John Hendricks, Founder & Chairman– CuriosityStream
A sampling of topics to be covered include how data insights can guide programming decisions, segmenting markets, profiling viewers and providing solutions to advertisers; in-depth looks at the latest digital advertising technologies and how to use them to succeed; OTT growth and business models; transformative TV technologies; video consumption trends (and the way to measure those trends); how to manage talent and content in the digital age; and much more.

For a detailed look at all of the NYC Television Week events, speakers, programs and registration information, visit www.nyctvweek.com.