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How You Can Actually Make Money From Social TV

Social TV is the Next Big Thing. It’s the combination of television, social media, and audience-grabbing apps that boosts viewership, fan loyalty, and makes advertisers willing to buy space on Social TV-supported programs. That’s the theory, but is anyone making money from Social TV? More importantly, how are they making this money, and what can you learn from them so that you can profit from Social TV too?

The TV Biz webinar, ‘How You Can Actually Make Money from Social TV’, will answer these and other questions. Aided by experts with bankable Social TV experience, you will be able to:

Find out what TV networks and shows are doing with Social TV today, and how it is earning them money
Get insights into the creation of viable Social TV platforms that you can apply to your own broadcast/cable/Web properties
Learn what’s coming up on the Social TV horizon, and how you can be ready to capitalize on it

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Webinar Time: 
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 - 06:00
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Archived Webinar: 
$129
How does the webinar work?: 

The live audio is delivered to your location over your computer speakers. The PowerPoint presentations are presented over the Internet and are available to print out before the program. This is like a talk-radio program with visuals on the Web. You and your team will be able to have a live Q&A with all the speakers.

One (1) set of materials (you may make copies for all of the persons you invited to listen to the program)

One (1) Internet connection to the seminar

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Social TV is the Next Big Thing. It’s the combination of television, social media, and audience-grabbing apps that boosts viewership, fan loyalty, and makes advertisers willing to buy space on Social TV-supported programs. That’s the theory, but is anyone making money from Social TV? More importantly, how are they making this money, and what can you learn from them so that you can profit from Social TV too?

The TV Biz webinar, ‘How You Can Actually Make Money from Social TV’, will answer these and other questions. Aided by experts with bankable Social TV experience, you will be able to:

  • Find out what TV networks and shows are doing with Social TV today, and how it is earning them money
  • Get insights into the creation of viable Social TV platforms that you can apply to your own broadcast/cable/Web properties
  • Learn what’s coming up on the Social TV horizon, and how you can be ready to capitalize on it
Who should attend?: 
  • Advertising Agencies
  • Operations
  • Brands
  • PR
  • Business Development
  • Production
  • Digital Marketing
  • Programming
  • Financial Management
  • Research
  • Marketing
  • Sales
  • Media Buying
  • Social Media
  • Mobile Marketing
 
What equipment do I need?: 

Supported Configurations:

  • Platform/Browser Internet Explorer Firefox Chrome Safari 4.0+

    • Windows 98/ME/NT/2K/XP
    • IE6, IE7, IE8 FF3.0+ N/A N/A
    • Windows Vista IE7, IE8, IE9 FF3.0+ N/A N/A
    • Windows 7 IE8, IE9 FF3.0+ Chrome15 Safari5.1
    • Mac OS X v10.4.7+ N/A N/A N/A Safari 4.0+
  • Component System Requirements:

    • Flash Player Adobe Flash Player Version 10.2 +
  • Connection Speed

    • Audio: 100k and above
    • Video: 300k and above
  • Processor (CPU):

    •  Intel Pentium 4 2.33GHz
    • AMD Athlon™ 64 2800+ processor (or equivalent)
    • PowerPC G5 1.8GHz or faster processor
    •  RAM 512MB of free RAM
  • Other Notes:

    • Cookies Browser configuration must accept cookies
    • JavaScript Browser configuration must have Javascript enabled
    • Screen Resolution 1024 X 768
    • Audio Card 16-bit minimum
    • Video Card 65,000 colors minimum         

PRESENTERS: Internet Explorer will give you the most optimized reporting experience.

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Moderator
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James Careless
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Moderator
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James Careless has written for publications such as Business Week, Multichannel News and TV Technology, covering the broadcast, satellite and Internet industries.
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Richard Kastelein
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Speaker
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Founder of The Hackfest, publisher of TV App Market and global expert on TV innovation, Richard Kastelein is an award-winning publisher and futurist.
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Speaker
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Kevin Arrix
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Chief Revenue Officer, Viggle
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Kevin Arrix oversees all revenue-generating initiatives and the backend operations that support them. He started at Viggle in December 2011 and brings almost two decades of sales and management experience from large media companies like Viacom, CBS and Turner. Prior to joining Viggle, Arrix spent nine years at Viacom holding a variety of positions.
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Speaker
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Stefan Maris
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Media Interaction and ACR Solution Specialist, Civolution
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From the early 2000s, Stefan Maris has worked in the field of content identification with particular focus on new technology applications. At Civolution, he has held various positions in project and product management, sales and marketing. Currently, he focuses on all Civolution solutions related to Automatic Content Recognition (ACR) and 2nd Screen technology applications.
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Jason Forbes
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Executive VP and Managing Director Zeebox
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Jason Forbes is EVP & MD of zeebox USA, heading up the team based in NYC across major TV network and MVPDs including equity partnerships with NBCU, Viacom and Comcast and HBO as its exclusive premium program partner. Prior to zeebox, Forbes was Senior Vice President with Time Warner Cable Media in New York where he headed their Strategy, New Products and Marketing units.