We are still accepting speaker/panelist proposals, and welcome your suggestions for topics you would like to see covered on the event's schedule. Uniquely among tradeshows, the TV of Tomorrow Show features an agenda that is developed through ongoing dialog with the industry. Please contact Tracy Swedlow, at email@example.com or call 415-608-4766, to discuss your proposal. Also, please note that [itvt] is not a pay-for-play organization and that speakers do not have to pay any fee to participate in our TVOT events.
How to Submit a Speaker
Please contact Tracy Swedlow, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-608-4766, to discuss any proposals for TVOT NYC 2016 December 8th at the SVA Theatre in Manhattan in Chelsea or even for TVOT SF 2017. Please include:
- Name(s) of speaker(s)
- Title and bio
- Their expertise and interests (in bullet points)
- List and description of any suggested session(s) - optional
SPEAKERS AND SESSIONS AT TVOT EVENTS
TVOT SF 2016 Fireside Keynote: Rob Hayes, EVP of Digital, NBC Universal
TVOT SF 2016: Packed session for keynote fireside with Rob Hayes (above) and Seth Shapiro, Co-governor of the TV Academy's Interactive Media Peer Group
TVOT SF 2016: Breakout Session: "Measuring TV's Viewing Shifts"
TVOT SF 2016 Session: "The Future of Influencer Marketing" (Naritiv, Reelio, Nestle, Niche, Vidcon, Periscope, Captiv8)
TVOT SF 2016: "Advertising and Measurement Fireside" (TiVo, Allergan, Modi Media)
TVOT SF 2016: Colin Dixon, Principal of nScreenMedia, leading the Verizon Bridge Track sessions all day
TVOT SF 2014: Alex Fishman of NAGRA speaking during their HTML5 masterclass