We have made a number of updates to the TVOT NYC 2013 Schedule, including several new speaker and panel/fireside announcements.
The updated Schedule of Sessions is below.
TVOT NYC 2013 will take place next Wednesday, December 11th at 450 W. 31st Street--10th, 12th and Penthouse Floors, NY, NY. The doors open at 7:30AM.
If you haven't already purchased your tickets to TVOT NYC 2013, you can do so here.
We've been watching with interest the developments in the second-screen space. Consolidation and re-invention have generated the most headlines in 2013; growth and revenue somewhat less so. It's a tough space, and I dare say that all the second-screen providers are consulting their Ouija boards to map out the next few years.
[itvt] is pleased to announce "Sports, TV Everywhere, and the Interactive Viewer," one of the highlights of the afternoon schedule of TVOT NYC 2013 (December 11th at 450 W. 31st Street--10th, 12th and Penthouse Floors, NY, NY). More information on the session and its panelists is below.
For an updated Schedule of Sessions for TVOT NYC 2013, click here.
When mentioning a hotel stay to our friends (or on TripAdvisor), we often talk about how they made us feel. The attention to detail, the quality of the sheets on the bed, the way they anticipated our needs and seem to know our name whenever we call room service at 3 am. One thing we don’t often talk about is the quality of the TV in our rooms.
As the titans of the CE industry that make and sell the next generation of connected/smart TV and 4K (Ultra HD) displays will eventually find out, this lack of conversation isn’t going to change for the foreseeable future. (But it should/ could – more on that later).
Social-TV company, ConnecTV, recently announced the launch of a new, free mobile app that "allows users to clip their favorite six-second moment, add an on-screen comment, and share with their friends across Twitter, Facebook, email and more, all while watching TV in real time." In this recorded interview with [itvt] editor-in-chief, Tracy Swedlow, ConnecTV co-founder and CEO,
- Unique Event, whose Sponsors Include Comcast/NBCU and zeebox, Will Take Place December 10th and 11th in New York City
- Hackathon Finalists Will Be Showcased and the Winner Announced December 11th at TVOT NYC 2013
- Hackathon Winner Will Receive a $6,000 Grand Prize, Sponsored by Comcast, NBC Universal and zeebox
[itvt], producer of the TV of Tomorrow Show (TVOT) conference series, is pleased to announce the TVOT NYC 2013 Hackathon, an event that brings together hackers and creatives to envision and build the TV of Tomorrow.
Will on Wednesdays: Get Off Your Ads and Mobilize! - Part 3: The Seismic Shifts that Will Need to Take Place to Make TV-to-Mobile Ad/Marketing Experiences Commonplace
By Will Kreth
In our first two articles, we looked at the leaders in the race to connect TV ad impressions to mobile marketing experiences (Apple, Google, Samsung and Amazon). In our third and final installment, we've talked to industry experts on how they see this movie playing out.
Radio [itvt]: Matt Evans, SVP of Digital at Nickelodeon, on The Nick App, Winner of the Emmy Award for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media--User Experience and Visual Design
In this recorded interview with [itvt] editor-in-chief, Tracy Swedlow, and Matt Evans, SVP of digital at Nickelodeon, discuss The Nick App, which recently won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive
- A Contest and Exhibit that Honors the Best TV and Video UI/UX Designs of 2013
- Sponsors Include EPAM and TMS
THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS!
[itvt] is pleased to announce The Interface Showcase at TVOT NYC 2013, a contest and exhibit that will honor the best TV and video User Interface/User Experience (UI/UX) designs of 2013.
Here's how it works: