Cablefax is accepting speaker proposals for its fifth annual TV Innovation Summit, which will be held in New York City in June 2017.

Share Your Knowledge:

Cablefax is looking for insightful and entertaining speakers to feature at its TV Innovation Summit in New York, June 8, 2017. We’re eager to hear suggestions from the cable, broadcast and digital communities for speakers and topics that will help the TV industry thrive as the content ecosystem undergoes unprecedented turmoil and change.

Please note we will approve select speakers on a “rolling” basis.

This year, sessions will address actionable topics that make a real impact on the bottom lines of content owners and distributors in both traditional and digital spaces. Please keep this in mind when you propose topics. Most sessions will be Q&A panels with subject-matter experts.

Join the 2017 Speaking Faculty and Suggest a Topic:

We’re seeking session topics that rise above the 101 level, where speaker(s) can “own” the content and teach our advanced audience something new and meaningful about the shifting industry landscape.

Here are the key subject areas that we are looking to address during the June 8 Summit, but we are also open to your suggestions that may be “outside the box”:

  • Social Video, Livestreaming
  • Marketing Multiplatform Video Content
  • OTT, TV Everywhere and Skinny Bundles
  • Emerging Tech: AR, VR, IoT & AI/machine learning
  • Business operations and strategy
  • Customer Experience
  • Data & Analytics/Measurement
  • TV Advertising, Marketing & Monetization
  • Gamification & Fan Engagement

Now it’s your turn! The Cablefax team is looking forward to reading your compelling suggestions for speakers and sessions. Thank you!

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