Join DEW for a fireside featuring former Warner Bros. president of production Greg Silverman having a one-on-one conversation with the CEO of creative platform VidMob, Alex Collmer, on the world of video content creation. They will discuss new production paradigms, the democratization of the creative community and the massive need for video content of all shapes and sizes. How do brands and advertisers keep up? What direction do brands need to go in to be nimble and engaging? How is social driving video production?
Cord-cutting streaming, OTT, the race for original content - Where is TV headed?
PANELISTS: Rob Gelick, Executive Vice President and General Manager, CBS Entertainment Digital David Goffin, Founder and CEO, The Content Works Studios
Karina Kogan, SVP of Digital Media & Products, tbs/TNT Adam Ostrow, Chief Digital Officer, TEGNA Lois Vossen, Executive Producer, Independent Lens, ITVS MODERATOR: Will Law, Chief Architect Media Division, Akamai Technologies
The lines between linear television and OTT services are blurred more than ever with both Hulu and YouTube Red offering network/cable streams with DVR capabilities. Alternately, traditional linear services, like DirecTV, have their own apps and are buying into OTT services and content. What does this say about the viewing habits of today’s consumers, are broadcasters and distribution companies responding effectively, and where do advertisers fit in?
PANELISTS: Darcy Antonellis, CEO, Vubiquity Chris Carey, Chief Revenue Officer, Head of Sales, Strategy and Business Development, Verizon Digital Media Services Jon Cody, CEO, TV4 Entertainment Gil Goldschein, Chairman and CEO, Bunim/Murray Productions MODERATOR: Greg Clayman, President, Heights & Hill Media
This panel of experts in over-the-top (OTT) will discuss consumer adoption and the experiences that will drive the future. What changes are expected? What does the future hold for consumer OTT experiences?
PANELISTS: Tosca Musk, Founder, Passionflix Barry Tishgart, SVP and GM of Technical Services, BAMTECH Media Alex Toles, Senior Vice President, Digital & New Platforms, MGM MODERATOR: Colin Dixon, Founder and Chief Analyst, nScreenMedia
When it comes to the future of TV and a legacy media brand/leading morning television news show, how do you expand its digital presence, thrive in the digital space and give your audience the information and inspiration they want? PANELISTS: Terry Hurlbutt, Vice President and General Manager of Digital, Good Morning America Colby Smith, Vice President, ABC News Digital INTERVIEWER: Tim Peterson, Reporter, Third Door Media's Marketing Land and MarTech Today
We are in an original content renaissance. Hulu is doubling their number of originals, Netflix is moving all production to Los Angeles, major online news publishers announced content plays at the NewFronts, and even music companies like AEG, Apple Music, and Spotify have original series. Why is this the right time to create content? Is it effective as a differentiator to attract subscribers?
PANELISTS: Drew Buckley, Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer, Electus David Grant, President, POPSUGAR Studios Nate Hayden, SVP, Original Content, Jukin Media Jennifer Perri, Vice President, Univision Creator Network,
Univision Communications MODERATOR: Jocelyn Johnson, Founder, VideoInk
While major sports leagues negotiate multi-million dollar contracts to broadcast their games, loyal fans are left wanting even more. The NFL has stepped away from tradition by allowing individual franchises to create their own direct-to-consumer media experiences. Led by the Minnesota Vikings, this new trend in premium OTT content could change the landscape for how fans connect with their favorite teams as well as create a new revenue stream for professional franchises. Learn how the VIKINGS NOW AVOD (advertising video on demand) channel was built on the dotstudioPRO platform and delivered quickly and flawlessly to connected devices on Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV via the massive StackPath CDN.
PANELISTS: Brad Altfest, Senior Solutions Architect, StackPath Scott Kegley, Executive Director of Digital Media & Innovation, Minnesota Vikings Joe Pascual, CEO/CTO, dotstudioPRO MODERATOR: Brian Ring, Principal Analyst, Ring Digital
Now that cannabis is legal in California, what should the media, brands and advertisers be thinking about moving forward? What is legal and what is not legal? How will it all work? What can non-cannabis companies do to help educate the consumer to reduce the very outdated stigma?
PANELISTS: Dan Goman, Founder & CEO, OWNZONES Media Network Amanda Chicago Lewis, Columnist, Rolling Stone Joshua Otten, Chief Content Officer & Co-Founder, prohbtd Tracy Ryan, Founder and CEO,
CannaKids MODERATOR: Jackie Subeck, CEO, Hey Jackpot!