Winter Discount registration for [itvt]'s fifth annual TV of Tomorrow Show (May 17th-18th, 2011, at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco) ends at midnight tonight, Tuesday, March 15th.

Winter Discount registration allows you to attend the TV of Tomorrow Show for just $875, representing a savings of $500 off the regular price of a ticket (and guaranteeing you a seat at this limited-attendance event).

To take advantage of this discounted pricing, click here:

To find out about special group rates (three or more), contact Tracy Swedlow at or (415) 824-5806.

From March 16th through April 15th, tickets will be priced at $975.
From April 16th through May 18th, tickets will be priced at $1,275.

For more information about the TV of Tomorrow Show, please go to:

Have questions about speaking or sponsorship opportunities? Contact us: 415-824-5806 or

Speakers and moderators include:

  • Anthony Rose, considered the driving force behind the BBC iPlayer and described by Wired Magazine as "the man who saved the BBC."
  • Arthur Orduna, CTO of Canoe Ventures.
  • Intel futurist, Brian David Johnson.
  • Channing Dawson, senior advisor at Scripps Networks.
  • Dale Herigstad, chief creative officer of Schematic.
  • David Del Beccaro, president and CEO of Music Choice.
  • David Colter, VP of IP architecture and technology at Charter Communications.
  • David Sandford, VP and general manager, Service Provider Business, at TiVo.
  • Edward Lichty, general manager of VUDU.
  • Evan Krauss, EVP of advertising sales at Shazam.
  • Gary Shapiro, CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association and author of The Comeback.
  • Gerard Kunkel, former SVP of user experience and product design at Comcast.
  • Jason Trucco, principal of Social Animal (conceived and directed the world's first interactive 360-degree music video, featuring Macy Gray).
  • Kristin Frank, general manager of MTV and VH1 Digital.
  • Michael Aragon, VP and general manager of global digital video distribution and operations at Sony Network Entertainment.
  • Futurist Paul Saffo.
  • Randy Shiozaki, chief experience officer of Spot411 (winner of the 2011 CableLabs Winter Conference Innovation Showcase).
  • Ron Jacoby, VP and chief architect at Yahoo! Connected TV.
  • Scott Chambliss, production designer of the new "Star Trek" movie.
  • Shalini Govil-Pai, group manager, YouTube and TV, at Google.
  • Over 100 other leading figures from the worlds of interactive TV, cable, satellite, IPTV, broadband TV, consumer electronics, broadcasting, programming, advertising, transmedia, television design, and beyond.
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