The NAB New York show, which is being co-located with the AES Convention at the Javits Convention Center on Oct. 17-18, will be presenting two new segments of its conference – the Streaming Summit and TVNewsCheck’s TV2020.
The Streaming Summit is co-produced by streaming industry expert Dan Rayburn and will be held Oct. 17-18 at the Javits Convention Center.
The Streaming Summit, which was first introduced at the 2018 NAB Show in Las Vegas, will address a wide range of topics, including ad insertion, live OTT services, and cloud-based solutions, among others. Presentations, round-table discussions, and fireside chats will address trends and technologies that are having a direct impact on the continued development, proliferation and profitability of online video.
“We look forward to building on the success of the NAB Show Streaming Summit,” said NAB Executive Vice President of Conventions and Business Operations Chris Brown. “This program is critical for media companies looking to evaluate, upgrade and monetize their online video services and platforms.”
“With all the new OTT services and live linear offerings in the market, content owners, broadcasters, publishers and distributors need the most up-to-date business insights and technical tips to get the most out of their video services. The Streaming Summit will showcase and address the current monetization models for video, the packaging and playback of content, and highlight the best technical implementations of the video stack,” said Dan Rayburn, Streaming Summit Chairman.
For more information on the Streaming Summit, go HERE.
Top executives of four TV station groups will survey the state of the TV broadcast business and its major growth opportunities at TVNewsCheck’s third annual TV2020: Monetizing the Future conference at the 2018 NAB Show New York.
Participants include FOX Television Station CEO Jack Abernathy; Nexstar Media Group CEO, Chairman, President and CEO Perry Sook; Gray Television Chairman, President & CEO Hilton Howell; and Graham Media President and CEO Emily Barr.
Now in its third year, the TV2020 conference will examine a range of issues facing the broadcasting industry, including the outlook for retransmission consent revenue, the impact of advanced advertising on spot TV and the investment case for technologies including IP infrastructure, cloud-enabled distribution, OTT platforms and AI-enabled news production.
As previously announced, The New Yorker’s Ken Auletta will open to conference and CBS Sports’ Sean McManus will appear in a keynote interview with TVNewsCheck Editor Harry A. Jessell.
As well, industry executives will explore several innovative strategies for increasing revenue on OTT and digital platforms in a panel on Oct. 17 as part of TV2020: Monetizing the Future.
Lisa Bishop, chief digital officer at Heartland Media; Stephanie Slagle, director of digital strategy at WBNS-TV Columbus, Ohio; John Conway, general manager of WRAL-TV Raleigh, NC; and Dan Rayburn, principal analyst with Frost & Sullivan, will share insights specific to their organizations’ latest approaches to maximizing digital revenue streams.
For more information about the TV2020: Monetizing the Future Conference, go HERE.