As the streaming landscape continues to shift, with recent news coming from HBO and Netflix on their programming and advertising programs, broadcasters are grappling with ensuring that they are putting out the best possible content they can afford. From the studio to streaming services, we’ll hear from media companies who are at the forefront of all things video.
At the Future of TV Programming Forum, we’ll tackle how these companies are producing streaming shows and short-form video, and how they’re distributing programming across a number of services and digital platforms.
As an attendee of Digiday’s Future of TV Programming Forum, you’ll also have access to our Future of TV Week virtual town hall, taking place November 8.
Part of Digiday Media Presents: Future of TV Week. For more information on the week and other connected events, visit the page here.
We’ll discuss key trends and data to set the scene and kick off the virtual forum.
SENIOR MEDIA EDITOR
Join this session to hear how Project X Entertainment’s co-chief executive officer, Paul Neinstein is assessing the market for original and licensed programming.
CO-CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
PROJECT X ENTERTAINMENT
‘TikTok isn’t TV, and that’s OK!’ according to Emily Anderson, Vox’s vp of video & tv at Vox Media. Audiences go to different platforms for different experiences, and publishers need to deliver on those different types of content. Join this session to hear how Vox is one of the few outlets successfully making short, medium, and long form across a number of platforms.
VP, VOX VIDEO & TV
Join this session to hear Danny Villa, head of development & production, Hispanic Streaming Group at NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises share how TV and streaming production has bounced back from the pandemic-induced pause.
HEAD OF DEVELOPMENT & PRODUCTION, HISPANIC STREAMING GROUP
NBCUNIVERSAL TELEMUNDO ENTERPRISES
Join this session to hear how Jo Sharon, co-ceo of Magical Elves manages programming distribution across traditional TV and streaming, as well as the company’s development strategy as a whole.
By every measure, all signs point to an acceleration in ad-based models being the future of streaming — and advertisers are embracing new data-driven targeting and measurement capabilities in CTV to optimize ad spending to meet changing consumer habits and local market dynamics. In this discussion, John will share insights from our 2022 CTV/OTT Advertiser study and what’s top of mind for advertisers as they continue to invest more in streaming ads — on topics such as targeting, measurement, brand safety, ad fraud and inventory.
VP OF BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
HEAD OF SALES
Join us as we close the forum with key takeaways from the day.
SENIOR MEDIA EDITOR