Digital Media Wire Announces Agenda for the Future of Television Conference in New York City on November 8-9
New York, NY – Digital Media Wire announced today the agenda for the highly-anticipated Future of Television Conference (http://www.televisionconference.com/index.shtml) to be held at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, November 8-9, 2007, in New York City. The innovative conference will tackle the digital demands being placed on the television industry as consumers increasingly shift their attention to the other “tubes” and advertisers sway their checkbooks from traditional broadcast.
“At the intersection of these significant market changes, great opportunity abounds,” said Ned Sherman, CEO & Publisher, Digital Media Wire. “We’ve lead the digital media landscape with timely market intelligence since its inception. It’s exciting to provide a medium where these changes can be explored and debated providing the stakeholders and other interested parties a platform to forge alliances.”
The conference agenda will cover compelling roundtable discussions and panels to include What’s Next: The Top 5 Digital Media Trends to Watch and Why, A View from the Top: The Outlook for the Television Industry & Digital Media, Global TV & the Emergence of Worldwide Content Distribution Networks, New Television Technologies You Need to Know, The Future of Television Advertising, Monetizing Consumer Generated Video: What Is an Acceptable Model for Consumers and the Television Industry?, Mobile TV: Hit or Miss?, Who’s Watching (and are they buying anything)? The Evolution of Metrics and Analytics for Television 2.0, Digital Television (DTV) is Coming!, What’s Next For Television News?, Innovations That Are Shaping the Future of Television, and other in-demand and challenging topics.
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