[itvt] Presents...The TV of Tomorrow Show 2015!

This Year TVOT Is Moving to a Spectacular New Location in San Francisco's Beautiful Presidio National Park, Overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco Bay
 
Eventbrite - The TV of Tomorrow Show San Francisco 2015 - 9th Annual Event!
 
  • TVOT 2015 Will Feature Unparalleled Networking/Business-Development Opportunities, Exciting New Options for Sponsors and Exhibitors, Close to 200 Expert Speakers and Panelists, Hands-On Workshops and Master Classes, the Presentation of the 12th Annual Awards for Leadership in Interactive and Multiplatform Television, and Much, Much More
  • Tickets on Sale Now: Special Early-Bird and Group Rates Available[itvt] is pleased to announce that the ninth annual TV of Tomorrow Show (TVOT) will take place June 23rd-24th (Tuesday-Wednesday) in a spectacular new location that will not only accommodate the show's continued growth, but provide a wealth of benefits to sponsors, exhibitors and attendees: The Golden Gate Club in San Francisco's Presidio National Park
[itvt] is pleased to announce that the ninth annual TV of Tomorrow Show (TVOT) will take place June 23rd-24th (Tuesday-Wednesday) in a spectacular new location that will not only accommodate the show's continued growth, but provide a wealth of benefits to sponsors, exhibitors and attendees: The Golden Gate Club in San Francisco's Presidio National Park. 

The new location will enable us to offer sponsors and exhibitors a range of new options, including innovative ways to drive awareness of their brand, and the ability to reserve private demo/meeting/hospitality rooms. It will also allow us to offer attendees a uniquely beautiful and memorable indoor-outdoor environment that will facilitate social interaction and enhance the show's signature focus on networking and business development with a number of exciting recreational opportunities.

As previous attendees can attest (see testimonials below), TVOT attracts a veritable "who's who" of the interactive TV, MVPD, advertising and broadcasting/programming industries. The event--which is carefully designed to encourage networking and deal-making--enables the pay-TV operators, consumer electronics manufacturers, social media companies, entrepreneurs and technologists who are building the TV platforms of tomorrow to engage in a productive exchange of ideas with the brands, broadcasters, networks, agencies, marketers, investors, producers/creators, developers, designers, storytellers and other stakeholders upon whom the success of those platforms depends. It has been widely praised for offering a completely unique, inspiring and enjoyable experience, unlike any other tradeshow or conference. 

Eventbrite - The TV of Tomorrow Show San Francisco 2015 - 9th Annual Event!

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  • To find out more about discounted EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION (40% off if you purchase your ticket by February 28th!), click here
  • To find out more about SPONSORSHIP and EXHIBITION opportunities, contact us at swedlow@itvt.com or 415-824-5806. Please note that we are very happy to work with your marketing department to develop creative, custom sponsorship packages that are specifically tailored to your company's communications needs.
  • To find out more about holding a WORKSHOP/MASTER CLASS session at the show, where you can showcase your company's solutions and services--or its vision for the television of tomorrow--contact us at swedlow@itvt.com or 415-824-5806
  • To find out more about reserving PRIVATE DEMO/MEETING/HOSPITALITY ROOMS at the show, contact us at swedlow@itvt.com or 415-824-5806
  • To find out more about SPEAKING opportunities, contact us at swedlow@itvt.com or 415-824-5806
  • To view TESTIMONIALS from sponsors, exhibitors, speakers and attendees about our two most recent TV of Tomorrow Show events (TVOT NYC 2014 and TVOT 2014), click here
  • For a video overview of TVOT 2014, click here
  • For a gallery of photos from TVOT NYC 2014, click here
  • For directions to the Golden Gate Club, and for information on accommodation and transportation options, click here
  • To discuss TVOT 2015, or to give us feedback and suggestions (including new technologies you would like to see showcased, topics you would like to see discussed, and creative ideas for how your company can sponsor the show), email us at swedlow@itvt.com

 

A DIFFERENT KIND OF EVENT...

While [itvt]'s TV of Tomorrow Show events feature an exhibit hall and panel sessions, that's where their similarity to other industry conferences and tradeshows ends:

  • They are the only industry events to focus on the production, delivery, user experience and business of interactive and advanced TV across multiple platforms and media (e.g. pay TV, smart TV, tablets, smartphones, OTT, social networks, VOD, game consoles, programming, advertising, tcommerce, transmedia "storyworlds," VR, wearables, etc.)
  • Ensuring that attendees are able to meet and schmooze with the right people is a primary focus of the events. One of our principal goals is to introduce to one another people and companies with complementary visions and solutions.
  • The events are not "pay-for-play": speakers are selected for their expertise alone, not because they, or the company they represent, have paid a speaker's fee.
  • The events' panel sessions are developed through an ongoing dialog with the readership of the [itvt] newsletter, allowing us to ensure that they are topical, timely and accurately reflect the interests and concerns of the industry.
  • The panel sessions are highly interactive, with debates, open mics, polls and other features designed to promote discussion.
  • The events also offer in-depth Workshop/Master Class sessions, where smaller groups of participants have the opportunity to dialog with leading industry experts and explore new technologies, platforms and media in a more focused and hands-on way.
  • The events feature innovative staging, designed to facilitate debate and communication between panelists and interaction with attendees.
  • The events are designed to promote cross-pollination between the interactive/multiplatform TV community and other creative communities, such as artists, performers, fashion designers, interactive storytellers, independent filmmakers, YouTube creators, and more.
  • Finally, the events are designed to be fun. They feature entertainments, challenges, contests, and a range of other social activities. Our new home in the Presidio will also allow attendees to take advantage of a range of recreational options, including golfing, bowling, trampoline and bicycle riding.

 

THREE INTENSIVE TRACKS

Sessions at the TV of Tomorrow Show 2015 will be broadly organized into three tracks, featuring around 200 industry-expert speakers and panelists:

  • A Today Track will focus on the hard data that can be gleaned--and the lessons that can be learned--from the many deployments of interactive, social and advanced TV that are already in the field today. Representatives from the operators, technology providers, CE manufacturers, broadcasters, networks, advertising agencies, brands, OTT programmers, social media companies, UI/UX designers, application developers and other players that are currently implementing interactive and multiplatform television in the US and beyond will present examples of their work, and provide attendees with new deployment statistics, reports from the field, best practices and other insider insights.
  • A Tomorrow Track will provide attendees with the opportunity to explore how the various platforms, technologies, screens, standards, content genres and business models that make up today's interactive/social/advanced TV space are likely to evolve over the coming months and years, and to identify new platforms, new technologies, new forms of programming, new monetization strategies, and other developments that are likely to impact the space in the future. Highly interactive, dialog-driven sessions will enable attendees not only to hear from the companies, organizations and people that are shaping the future of interactive/multiplatform/social/advanced TV, but to question those experts and provide them with feedback on their efforts.
  • A Workshop/Master Class Track will provide smaller groups of attendees with a more intimate and hands-on environment in which to: 1) see and learn about promising new interactive, social and advanced TV technologies, standards and business strategies; 2) get their questions and concerns answered by subject matter experts; and 3) gain practical skills for implementing new TV experiences.

In addition to these three tracks, the event will feature:

  • Vendor booths and private demo/meeting/hospitality rooms.
  • A vibrant cocktail party where attendees will have the opportunity to rub shoulders with many of the most influential figures shaping tomorrow's television.
  • Gourmet catering.
  • The presentation of the 12th Annual Awards for Leadership in Interactive and Multiplatform Television.
  • Art installations, performances and more.

 

 

TICKETS

 

Eventbrite - The TV of Tomorrow Show San Francisco 2015 - 9th Annual Event!

TVOT 2015 is a limited-attendance event, so we strongly encourage you to register early. To purchase your tickets, click here

  • Tickets are currently available at the special super-early-bird rate of $775. From March 1st through March 31st, they will be priced at $875; from April 1st through April 30th, they will be priced at $975; and from May 1st through June 24th, they will be priced at $1,275
  • A special package that includes both a ticket to The TV of Tomorrow Show 2015 in San Francisco and a ticket to next fall's TVOT NYC 2015 event in New York is also available (representing a substantial savings on the full ticket price of both shows). To purchase this special two-event package, click here.
  • To find out about special group rates (three or more), contact Tracy Swedlow at swedlow@itvt.com or (415) 824-5806.

 

 

 

SPEAKERS

 

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 swedlow@itvt.com or 415-824-5806, 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.

 

SPONSORS

TVOT 2015 offers several different sponsorship levels, each designed to ensure maximum marketing exposure for your company--at the event itself, in the [itvt] newsletter and on our Web site, and in our talk radio show. As a sponsor, you also have such options as:

  • organizing a Workshop/Master Class on your company's solutions or on an industry topic of importance to your company;
  • booking a room for private meetings, customer hospitality and demos (available rooms offer views of the Presidio Forest, or the San Francisco Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island);
  • having your company's TVOT party or special event (note: recreational opportunities at the Presidio include golf, bowling, trampoline and more) promoted to TVOT attendees and the [itvt] readership at large.

Moreover, we are very open to working with your marketing department to devise creative, custom sponsorship packages that are tailored to your company's specific communications needs.

If you would like to find out more about sponsoring TVOT 2015, email us at swedlow@itvt.com or call 415-824-5806.

 

EXHIBITORS

TVOT 2015's exhibitor showcase will be located in an area that is highly trafficked by the event's attendees. However, exhibit space is limited and we are assigning it on a first-come-first-served basis. So to guarantee that your company will have a booth at the show, please contact us as soon as possible at swedlow@itvt.com or 415-824-5806.

 

LODGING AND TRANSPORTATION

The Golden Gate Club is located at 135 Fisher Loop, San Francisco, CA 94129. There are a number of hotels close by, including the famous Inn at the Presidio within the park itself. For out-of-town attendees who prefer to stay in downtown San Francisco and do not have access to a car, the facility is easily reached by taxi, Uber or Lyft (a 15-20 minute ride from Union Square, depending on traffic). 

Driving directions to the Golden Gate Club from Silicon Valley, SFO and other locations (as well as information on the PresidiGo shuttle service between the Presidio and downtown, and other public transit options) can be found at: http://www.thetvoftomorrowshow.com/location

There is ample parking near the Golden Gate Club, priced at $1.20 per hour and capped at $7.00 per day.

 

 

ISSUES IN FOCUS  

 

The [itvt] editorial team develops the agenda for our TV of Tomorrow Show events through an extensive dialoguing process with the readership of the [itvt] newsletter (which includes many key industry players), in order to ensure that each show covers all the issues that are currently of most pressing importance to the industry. As a result, we typically announce the agenda just a few weeks before each show. However, some of the issues that we expect to explore at TVOT 2015 include:

  • Reports from the field: How recent deployments of "TV Everywhere," virtual MVPD services, unbundled OTT programming services, interactive-TV/video programming and advertising, dynamic and addressable VOD advertising, tcommerce, programmatic ad-buying, social TV, second-screen companion experiences, smart-TV applications, TV time- and place-shifting, programming-discovery technology, viewing-data and analytics services, transmedia storytelling, and other advanced-TV offerings are faring in the real world; and what the success or otherwise of these deployments tells us about the business models for the TV of tomorrow. Which advanced-TV platforms and services are attracting audiences and generating revenues today and how?   
  • The impact of "TV Everywhere" on viewing habits, audience measurement, advertising strategies, network and pay-TV business models and more; and how best to improve content discoverability and personalization, subscriber-authentication, and other elements of the TVE user experience in order to foster the medium's continued growth.
  • The emergence of "virtual MVPD's/MSO's" and unbundled programming services that are seeking to take advantage of TV delivery over-the-top (OTT); and the implications of this phenomenon for traditional TV content providers and operators, for advertisers, and for YouTube Multi-Channel Networks (MCN's) and other emerging players.
  • The potential of tcommerce--whether on pay-TV systems, smart TV's, second-screen devices or social-media platforms--to revolutionize the economics of television and advertising.
  • The ongoing challenges involved in accurately measuring and understanding TV viewership on non-traditional platforms; and how audience measurement is being reinvented in order to take into account the growth of cross-platform viewing, time- and place-shifting, and other ongoing changes in viewer behavior.
  • The increasingly important role "Big Data" is playing in the television and advertising industries: the new forms of data that are being generated by interactive, connected and social TV, and how brands and agencies can take advantage of these data to make their campaigns more targeted, more accountable and thus more effective.
  • The emergence of virtual reality (VR) as a platform for storytelling and news reporting.
  • Understanding the respective roles now being played by Twitter and Facebook in the television and advertising spaces--what are those companies' TV goals, how likely are they to achieve them, and what do other social-TV companies need to do in order to survive and thrive alongside such powerful players?
  • Understanding the possible impact that other social media platforms, such as Tumblr, Pinterest, Snapchat, Reddit and LinkedIn, could have on the television space.
  • The implications for YouTube and other players of Facebook's increasing role as a video platform.
  • Where is second-screen interactivity/social TV succeeding and where has it fallen short? What forms of programming and advertising are best complemented via interactivity on the second screen?
  • Understanding the automatic content recognition (ACR) and second-screen ecosystems: What are the specialties and strengths of the various players, and what are their competitive, collaborative and economic relationships with one another and with other industry players?
  • The implications of the incorporation of ACR and other "intelligent" technologies into smart TV's--and the increasing role of intelligence in the TV ecosystem in general: What kinds of opportunities does truly smart television make possible?
  • Best practices for developing, producing, distributing, promoting and monetizing interactive TV content.  
  • The potential impact of Vine, Instagram Video and other "nano-video" platforms on programming and advertising.
  • Questions of intellectual property rights, including new issues raised by multiplatform TV distribution, by the revitalization of longtail programming content, and by the emergence of related content as part of the television experience.
  • Recent and pending developments in interactive and advanced TV standards, and how these standards need to evolve going forward.
  • US cable's Reference Design Kit (RDK) and its implications for the global pay-TV industry.
  • The significance of HTML5 and the Cloud for the television space.
  • The status of cable's transition to IP.
  • How questions of content discovery, navigation and personalization have become central to television's future.
  • The growing importance of metadata and related content to the TV experience.
  • The emergence of smart-TV advertising and commerce.
  • The emergence of social-TV advertising and commerce.
  • The evolving regulatory environment--including the implications of the FCC's new Net Neutrality proposal for MSO's, broadband SVOD providers, virtual MVPD's, and other stakeholders.
  • The emergence of personalized video experiences that draw on the viewer's social graph.
  • What the TV industry can learn from interactive online video advertising and commerce.
  • The emergence of the app--whether on connected-TV or second-screen platforms, or across both simultaneously--as the gateway to the television experience: is our conception of the app still beholden to the PC/desktop model, and, if so, what would be a truly television-centered conception of the app?
  • The extent to which the "cord-cutting" phenomenon presents an existential threat to the pay-TV industry; and the extent to which new developments in pay-TV, such as "TV Everywhere" and dynamic ad insertion for VOD will help operators defend against any threat it poses.
  • The future of TV design: How to ensure that usability and high-quality design become a core element of the advanced-TV user experience, and not just an afterthought; strategies for designing consistent, cross-screen and cross-platform interactive video experiences; making the business case for good design; the complex and evolving relationship between design, data and content discovery/navigation; and the impact of new technologies such as 4K UHD on TV user interface design.
  • The emergence of natural user interfaces, including gesture- and voice-controlled interfaces, interfaces powered by facial recognition, and--if recent reports are correct--even interfaces controlled directly by the brain itself.
  • Understanding international advanced-TV markets: opportunities and risks in Europe, Asia, Latin America and beyond.
  • The emergence of brands as providers of advanced-TV experiences in their own right.
  • The on-air incorporation of social media into sportscasts and other forms of live programming, and the impact of this phenomenon on the content and monetization of television.
  • The emergence of new forms of cross-platform storytelling ("transmedia")--how will transmedia find a mass audience, and how will it be monetized?
  • The centrality of sports as a driver of television innovation--and as a firewall against cord-cutting.
  • Connected-TV app stores, over-the-top delivery of live and on-demand programming, hybrid pay-TV/OTT offerings, "cable-as-an-app," retransmission disputes, and more: The rapidly evolving inter-relationships between the pay-TV, consumer electronics and programming/content industries.
  • The current state of investment in the interactive/advanced TV space. How are new investment trends, such as crowdfunding and accelerators, impacting the industry?
  • The latest tools for creating, delivering and testing interactive and multiplatform television.
  • How OTT video and other new advanced-TV technologies and trends are impacting local broadcasters and advertisers.
  • The real world as platform: The emergence of 360-degree immersive interactive TV experiences that subvert traditional notions of the screen.
  • The impact of video streaming on the Internet infrastructure; the significance of such issues as Net Neutrality, bandwidth caps and interconnection deals for the broadband video industry; and emerging standards and technologies for enabling high-quality streaming in low-bandwidth environments.   
  • The diversification of the cable business: How will the emergence of new cable offerings such as smart home services (e.g., broadband-based monitoring and security and automation) impact the cable industry going forward?
  • The increasingly importance of fan communities in the development, promotion and monetization of programming.
  • The evolving relationship between YouTube and its creators, the significance of the recent spate of acquisitions of YouTube MCN's by big media companies, and of the ongoing attempts of the MCN's to reduce their reliance on YouTube.
  • Wearable technology, cinematic virtual reality, augmented reality, near field communication, artificial intelligence, eBooks and more: Identifying the emerging technologies and media that could impact the television/video space going forward.
  • The relationship between smart TV and the second screen.
  • New technologies for collaborative editing of mobile video and their potential impact on the programming and advertising spaces.
  • The significance of the VOD "Binge-Viewing" phenomenon--its potential impact on advertising strategies, programming promotion and even programming formats themselves.
  • Cable without TV? Assessing the implications of Cablevision CEO, James Dolan's, prediction that "there could come a day" when cable eschews television in favor of broadband.
  • Mega-mergers, new automated/programmatic media-buying platforms and more: recent developments in the advertising industry and their impact on the television space.
  • Television's role in the "Internet of Things."
  • How best to conceptualize the oft-promised "gamification" of TV.   
  • How to reconceptualize advertising campaigns so that they reach viewers whose attention is dispersed across multiple screens.
  • Understanding the emerging viewing habits of Millennials and Generation Z.

 

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE TV OF TOMORROW SHOW and TVOT NYC

"You truly put together the best group of people! I always meet a couple of fascinating folks." – Sherry Brennan, SVP of Distribution Strategy and Development, Fox Networks

"I thought this was an excellent conference. For me, it was refreshing to be in a room full of tech people rather than content people. I actually learned some new things at the panels." – Jody Simon, Partner, Fox Rothschild LLP
 
"I was most impressed with the quality of the conference. The stage set, art exhibit, audience quality and planning were amazing. Fantastic job." -- Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, Consumer Electronics Association
 
"I wanted to personally let you know how much I was looking forward to participating in TVOT. I truly find your conferences to be the most interesting and thought provoking out there. Not only do I appreciate the opportunity to share my views on a panel, I love attending the event overall."  – Tara Maitra, Senior Vice President, General Manager of Content and Media Sales, TiVo
 
"I'm so glad the party was such a hit! We had a great time ourselves, and it stayed packed all night! That is always a great sign!" – Executive from TVOT Sponsor, Rentrak
 
"Really beyond impressed." – Robert Marking, SVP of Sales and Business Development, Reed MIDEM (Produces MIPTV)
 
"Loved everything." -- Lisa Hsia, EVP of Digital, Bravo and Oxygen Media
 
"It was cool." – Mystery Guitar Man (a.k.a. Joe Penna), Big Frame & AwesomenessTV
 
"Congrats for such an interesting show. Dale was definitely right that I shouldn't miss it." – Claudio Vaccarella, CEO, HyperTV
 
"Just wanted to thank you again for organizing the conference and letting me participate. I really thought it was one of the best shows I have been too. The content was great." -- Carol Davidsen, Partner, The Tusking Group
 
"Fantastic conference. The bar is raised." – Channing Dawson, Senior Advisor, Scripps Networks
 
"Serious kudos to you on the agenda." – Jonathan Dakss, VP of Emerging Media Technology, NBC Universal
 
"Congratulations on an amazing event and day!" – Adnaan Wasey, Executive Producer, POV Digital
 
"Just wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed the show! Great agenda and venue with lots of good discussion. Thanks for including me!" – Adam Ware, Head of Digital Media, Tennis Channel
 
"I wanted to pass along my congratulations to you on yet another outstanding TVOT!! It seems that every time another show runs out of steam you somehow continue to expand and amaze." – Lenny Melamedas, EVP, AdGorilla 
 
"Thanks for hosting a great event!" -- Sally Hubbard, Vice President, Senior Antitrust Correspondent, The Capitol Forum
 
"It was a great show yesterday. Thank you for organizing." – Rehor Vykoupil, CEO, Mautilus, Czech Republic
 
"We were thrilled to be the Premier sponsor at TVOT. The caliber of the content and the attendees was spectacular, so we're looking forward to future events too. Our team made some great connections…We had a good amount of press…And the conversations were top quality. Fantastic event!" – Executive from TVOT Premier Sponsor, Adobe
 
"Thank you for including me as a speaker at the recent TVOT NYC conference.  You should bask in its success. I’ve had some nice feedback about my panel, as well." – Bernee Strom, Founder and Executive Chairman, WebTuner
 
"What a great show! Thanks so much for including us." – Sharan Sklar, Head of Business Development, Independent Television Service (ITVS)
 
"We enjoyed being a part of TVOT in New York and are looking forward to continuing our involvement at the show in San Francisco." – Nikos Iatropoulos, CEO, Lingospot
 
"Thanks again for pulling together a great event! I am looking forward to next summer's!" -- Chris Falkner, VP of Advanced Advertising, NBCUniversal 
 
"Thanks for another great conference! You always do an incredible job and I appreciate being a part of the experience." – Stephanie Otto, CEO, Brainstorm Communications
 
"I greatly enjoyed the TVOT conference in SF. I found it inspiring and met some great people." – Fabian Birgfeld, Founder and Director, W12 Studios
 
"It’s been the best TVOT I ever attended! Thx for setting up this great event." – Olivier LaCour, Senior Director of Design, Cisco
 
"Tracy, a huge thanks for a brilliant TVOT event, and for that much-coveted speaking opportunity--hugely appreciated." -- Anthony Rose, Co-Founder,
beamly
 
"Well done Tracy: another great event filled with innovative ideas and great people!  Appreciate being a part of it." -- Adam Lowy, General Manager of Interactive TV, DISH Network
 
"I loved your event! Some of the best presentation and discussion I have experienced in a while. Congratulations!!!" -- Ken Venturi, Chief Creative Officer, National Cinemedia
 
“Thank you Tracy for providing such a wonderful forum for us and this great industry." -- Peter Low, President and CEO, Ensequence
 
"Just wanted to send you a note to congratulate you on an excellent TVOT conference. As well as having a fantastic opportunity to speak alongside such an expert panel, I learned so much at the event. The tone was just right, the city and people were fantastic and the organizers were so friendly and helpful…Thanks so much for having me at your wonderful conference!" – Claire McHugh, CEO, Axonista
 
"Really enjoyed the show; think it was a roaring success. Thanks for the opportunity on the panel; met some great people." -- Eoin Dowling, CEO, Boxfish
 
"This year's event was the best so far. Once again, you've managed to gather the key players in the field to discuss innovations in content and technology, challenge each other, and tell great anecdotes about working in interactive television." -- Kendall Doty, Global Vice President, Digital at Saban Brands
 
"Thank you for inviting me to participate in TV of Tomorrow. It was really a fantastic experience all around and very different from the conferences I've attended in the past, in the best way possible. I enjoyed learning about aspects of the business that I normally don't have contact with (but clearly should) and I found the range of topics and discussions was excellent. I'm still thinking about Nathan Shedroff's amazing presentation, one of the best I've seen in years. I hope I was able to contribute as much as I took away." -- Mike Monello, Partner and Chief Creative Officer, Campfire
 
"I had a great time!" – Yoni Bloch, Founder and CEO, Interlude
 
"It was a great show today. A very impressive line up. I was only disappointed because there were a few sessions that overlapped that I wanted to attend. Since cloning is still illegal, I had to miss a few." -- Jeffrey Silverman, CEO, Laconia Ventures
 
"Fabulous job with the show again this year!" -- Jane Clarke, Managing Director, CIMM
 
"It was indeed great fun to verbally spar in such good company! Bravo to Tracy for the awesome stage set-up, to Will for the fearless time-keeping and to my panel 'partners-in-crime' for their daring opinions! Looking forward to meeting again at the next TVOT show." -- Anne-Marie Roussel, Co-founder, SeeSpace
 
"Thanks again for inviting us to take part of this fantastically organized and overall awesome event." – Ofer Weintraub, CTO, Viacess-Orca
 
"Great show!" – Debbie Fitzgerald, Principal Architect, CableLabs
 
"It was a GREAT conference Tracy. What most impressed me was the diversity of the participants...You have brought together the entire value chain in one spot--which is very, very cool." -- Duane Varan, Chief Research Officer and Executive Director of the Disney Media & Advertising Lab, and Professor and Executive Director of the Audience Research Labs at Murdoch University 
 
"As you know, I've been coming to the TVOT conference from the very beginning and I must say that somehow you and your team are able to make it a better and better experience with each successive year. It is always so jam-packed with vital, state-of-the-industry information that there is no other show like it. You consistently attract top industry players and put together powerful presentations and creative panel discussions. No one should miss it...I know I won't. Thank you, again, and keep up the great work!" – Michael Johnson, CEO/Executive Producer, EPICo and Industrial Strength Television, Inc.
 
"Thank you so much for allowing us to be part of your conference again this year. I really like the risks you take with content and format--and, you're successful doing so. I met some fascinating people." -- Nathan Shedroff, Program Chair, MBA in Design Strategy, California College of the Arts
 
"Rovi was very pleased to be involved with the NYC TVOT. Our team was very happy with the show, your staff was wonderful. We look forward to working with you again." – Executive from Sponsor, Rovi Corp.
 
"Really great job pulling together a conference that allowed an open discussion of many of the opportunities and challenges for our future." -- Robert Dandrea, Distinguished Engineer, National Engineering and Technical Operations, Comcast
 
 
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