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Future of Television Returns to Lower Manhattan, September 24, with a Focus on the Business of Streaming Video

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

Top Speakers from NBCU, ViacomCBS, Google, ABC, CAA, ICM, Activision Blizzard, Comcast, A+E and Dentsu Aegis

Future of Television, an innovative one-day event for the digital, streaming, television and video industries, will take place Tuesday, September 24, 2019, at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Battery Park. The conference provides an intimate environment for deal-making, partnership building and networking for executives, brands, investors, content creators and startups.

“With the launch of new streaming services, there is a battle underway for user acquisition, with distributors allocating unprecedented budgets for content,” said Ned Sherman, Future of Television Co-Chair and Partner, Manatt. “This year’s event will drill down on the new OTT services being launched from the niche to the global powerhouses and look at the dynamics that will drive user adoption in the years to come.”

The event will kick off with a presentation by Sherman and Mike Vorhaus, CEO, Vorhaus Advisors, of the recent “Manatt Vorhaus Digital Study” on how Americans of all ages consume and interact with media content and devices, followed by a presentation from Christian Kurz, SVP, Global Consumer Insights, Viacom, entitled “Power in Progress,” which explores the new dynamics of power and how young people around the world are defining, developing and using their influence to create change in their lives and society.

The business event for senior executives at entertainment, media and technology companies includes 20 sessions over the course of the day, including keynotes, panels and presentations. The full agenda is available at https://www.televisionconference.com/2019-agenda/.

The event hosts over 75 top speakers

Article source: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/future-television-returns-lower-manhattan-120000453.html

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