As both the TV and streaming landscapes continue to innovate, broadcasters and brands are tackling both new and existing channels. The world of CTV advertising has grown exponentially over the last few years, allowing brands to reach their audiences at pivotal moments. But what other screens can these marketers utilize? Enter the world of gaming, esports, and streaming. From in-stream advertising, the metaverse, and original programming, there are a plethora of options for brands and creators to reach their audiences in engaging ways.

Join us April 24-28 for Digiday Media’s Future of TV Week, where we will dive into topics and conversations that will allow brand marketers and broadcasters to come away with actionable insights to apply to day-to-day strategies. Especially as it pertains to where consumers are most: in front of their screens.

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Future of TV Week Town Hall
April 25 | Virtual

Join us for the Future of TV Week Town Hall an interactive discussion, where we’ll dive deep into the winning strategies and best practices in the business of TV.

Digiday Gaming Advertising Forum
April 26 | Virtual

Join us for the Digiday Gaming Advertising Forum as we bring together brand, agency and media leaders to discuss the future of gaming and how brands can leverage gaming and esports to reach their audience.

Digiday CTV Leaders Dinner
April 26 | NYC

Join us at the Digiday CTV Leaders Dinner where we will be bringing together the top minds in connected TV advertising to discuss brand marketing across all of the readily available streaming platforms.

Digiday’s Daily Video Series, The Future of TV
April 24-28 | Virtual

Throughout the week, we’re releasing a five-part video series on the Future of TV. Enter your email to access Episode 1: The TV ad market’s inflection point.

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