NewBay Media has set the third annual NYC Television Week for Oct. 20-22.
The conclave, drawing top executives and thought-leaders from around the TV industry, will be held at the Waldorf Astoria and Park Central.
Featuring the 25th annual Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame and the second Content Show, as well as best-of-industry conferences such as the Hispanic Television Summit, Advanced Advertising and Next TV Summit, NYC Television Week offers education, information, and unparalleled networking for leaders in broadcast, cable, advertising, and technology companies serving the industry.
NYC Television Week is presented by Multichannel News, Broadcasting & Cable, Next TV and Ratings Intelligence.
“Held right after the launch of the new fall season, NYC Television Week is the place for the industry to gather and discuss what’s been working, what hasn’t, and where we go from here,” said Louis Hillelson, vice president/group publisher, NewBay Media. “No other event provides this many top-level television thought-leaders in one location.”
Registration for all NYC Television Week events opens in June with early bird rates and alumni discounts. Visit nyctelevisionweek.com and sign up for email alerts and event updates.
The preliminary lineup for the 2015 NYC Television Week is as follows:
*25th Anniversary Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame
October 20 • Waldorf Astoria
The Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame is the leading industry event honoring the pioneers, innovators and stars of the electronic arts. This black-tie affair brings out the best in the industry for a night of celebration and honoring the new inductees.
October 20 • Waldorf Astoria
Advanced Advertising returns to NYC Television Week with an in-depth look at the latest digital advertising technologies and how to use them to succeed. Topics include: programmatic TV, metrics, and addressability.
*The Content Show
October 21-22 • Park Central
Last year’s inaugural The Content Show brought executives and producers to the table to discuss their needs, the latest trends, and the future of content production. Look for the second year to cover even more ground and attract a wide variety of content providers and deal-makers.
Next TV Summit
October 21 • Park Central
The popular Next TV Summit returns to NYC Television week with a focus on broadcasting, content, technology, digital media and OTT. This will be the only East Coast Next TV Summit held this year.
Hispanic Advertising Summit
October 22 • Park Central
This is the 13th annual Hispanic Advertising Summit, but its first time as part of NYC Television Week. Covering programming, advertising, distribution technology, and more, the Hispanic Advertising Summit is a “must-attend” for anyone who reaches — or needs to reach — the expanding Hispanic audience.
Last year’s NYC Television Week drew more than 1,000 television industry executives to the Affinia Manhattan and featured 200 leaders as keynotes and presenters. Among the notables: Josh Sapan, president and CEO, AMC Networks Inc.; Eric Berger, executive vice president, Digital Networks and general manager Crackle, Sony Pictures Television; John Muszynski, chief investment officer, Spark; John Collins, COO, National Hockey League; Robert DeBitetto, president of brand strategy, business development and A+E Studios, A+E Networks; Gil Goldschein, president, Bunim/Murray Productions; Chris Grant, CEO, Electus; Bruce David Klein, president and executive producer, Atlas Media Group; Lauren Lexton, co-founder and CEO, Authentic Entertainment; Brent Montgomery, CEO, Leftfield Entertainment; Henry Schleiff, group president, Discovery Networks; and Philip D. Segal, CEO and executive producer, Original Productions.
For information on 2015 NYC Television Week partnerships and sponsorship opportunities, contact Louis Hillelson at 917-231-4730 or email@example.com.
Find more information about 2015 NYC Television Week at nyctelevsionweek.com; you can follow it on Twitter at @NYCTelevisionWk.