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[itvt] is pleased to present photos from TVOT NYC 2015, which took place December 3rd at the SVA Theatre in Manhattan's Chelsea district.

The photos--which were shot by Josh Edelson--are available for purchase (note: the watermark will disappear once a photo is purchased).

We will be announcing our next TV of Tomorrow Show event, TVOT SF 2016 , soon. Click here to purchase your TVOT SF 2016 tickets at the special Super-Early-Bird rate of $775 .

Will have more follow up on the TVOT NYC 2015 show, but for now, the new date is...

JUNE 7-8TH

TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY

Golden Gate Club

San Francisco in the Presidio

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[itvt] is please to announce TVOT NYC 2015 keynotes featuring Adobe , Videology , Nielsen and Turner Broadcasting Chief Research Officer, Howard Shimmel. TVOT NYC 2015 takes place today, Thursday, December 3rd at the SVA Theatre in Manhattan's Chelsea district (333 W. 23rd Street): Tickets are $1,275 at the door.

Here's more information on the keynotes, from the TVOT NYC 2015 Show Brochure:

[itvt] is pleased to announce that, thanks to sponsorship from OVEE, we are now offering today's (December 3rd) live streaming of four TVOT NYC 2015 sessions, free of charge .

The stream of each session will feature an industry-expert online host who will lead discussion and debate among the online viewers. The sessions we will be streaming are:

Keynote Fireside: The Stars of Live Social Broadcasting (11:45AM-12:15PM), hosted by Alan Wolk , Senior Analyst, TDG. How Millennials and Plurals Will Change TV (12:15-1:05PM), hosted by Stuart Lipson , Founder and Principal, Leap Media Group. Will the VR Revolution Be Televised ? (1:55-2:50PM), hosted by Clayton Banks , CEO, Ember Media. The Future of TV Belongs to the Viewer ; Those Who Ignore That Do So at Their Peril (2:50-3:40PM), hosted by Tracy Swedlow , Founder and Editor-in-Chief, [itvt].

FREE . Links are available below.

1. Keynote Fireside: The Stars of Live Social Broadcasting

OVEE Screening Link : https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/cg4u l

2. How Millennials and Plurals Will Change TV

OVEE Screening Link : https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/9gita

3. Will the VR Revolution Be Televised?]

OVEE Screening Link : https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/hse8g

4. The Future of TV Belongs to the Viewer; Those Who Ignore That Do So at Their Peril

OVEE Screening Link : https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/ohtqi

OVEE, which was created by ITVS, is an online screening event tool which allows users to watch together and chat live in a virtual theater. For more information on OVEE, visit https://ovee.itvs.org.

Here is more information on the sessions that we will be streaming:

[itvt] is pleased to announce the TVOT NYC 2015 keynote fireside, " The Stars of Live Social Broadcasting ."

The keynote--moderated by [itvt] Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Tracy Swedlow--will begin at 11:45AM on the Beatrice Stage (note: TVOT NYC 2015 takes place Thursday, December 3rd at the SVA Theatre , 333 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011)

Here's a description of the session from the TVOT NYC 2015 Show Brochure:

Keynote Fireside: The Stars of Live Social Broadcasting

This session features an unprecedented line-up of the top stars of Periscope and YouNow, who will offer insights into the live social broadcasting phenomenon from the creator perspective. Among other things, the session will focus on how these creators are innovating new forms of programming content and new monetization strategies, how they are reinventing the relationship between performer and audience, how they expect to see live social broadcasting platforms--as well as the new viewing experiences to which they have given rise--evolve going forward, and what role they believe they will play in the future of the entertainment industry in general. Participants include:

[itvt] is please to announce the TVOT NYC 2015 keynote presentation, " The Arrival of Participation Media ."

The keynote--presented by Adi Sideman , founder and CEO of live social broadcasting company, YouNow --will begin at 11:25AM on the Beatrice Stage (note: TVOT NYC 2015 takes place Thursday, December 3rd at the SVA Theatre, 333 W 23rd St, New York , NY 10011)

Here's a description of the session from the TVOT NYC 2015 Show Brochure:

The Arrival of Participation Media
--Keynote Presentation by Adi Sideman, Founder and CEO of YouNow

Social Networking and traditional media are converging to facilitate a new era of consumer participation in media. Adi Sideman--founder and CEO of YouNow, a live network with over 100 million user sessions a month--will examine the long-term trends shaping the emerging new media formats, cover the evolution of user-generated media, and showcase new programs from around the world that are pushing the envelope. He will also share research findings, compiled by @RokerLabs and Dextro, that offer insights into the content of the media being created on YouNow and what topics Millennials are focused on.

The Schedule of Sessions for TVOT NYC 2015 is available at: http://www.thetvoftomorrowshow.com/blog/announcing-schedule-sessions-tvot-nyc-2015

Purchase your TVOT NYC 2015 ticket at: http://tvotnyc2015.eventbrite.com

[itvt] is please to announce the TVOT NYC 2015 panel session, "The Regulatory 'Elephant in the Room' Revisited."

The session--organized and moderated by Tim Hanlon , Managing Director of FTI Consulting --will begin at 10:40AM on the Beatrice Stage (note: TVOT NYC 2015 takes place Thursday, December 3rd at the SVA Theatre, 333 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011 )

Here's a description of the session from the TVOT NYC 2015 Show Brochure:

The Regulatory "Elephant in the Room" Revisited

The regulatory environment for advanced TV and video is evolving rapidly, as new technologies, business models and viewing behaviors emerge. In light of this, we invited back one of our most highly praised panels from last year's show, in order to update attendees on the most important regulatory issues impacting the industry and to clarify how the regulatory environment has changed over the past 12 months.

The session will explore and clarify a range of potential rule changes that could have a major impact on both the short- and long-term future of television and video. Panelists will identify the most significant regulatory changes facing the industry--including some which many in the industry are probably barely aware of--and attempt to assess how they might alter the TV/video playing field, which players stand to benefit most from them, and which players stand to lose. Panelists include:

James Dix , Senior Media Analyst, Wedbush Securities Tim Hanlon , Managing Director, FTI Consulting (Moderator) Sally Hubbard , VP/Senior Antitrust Correspondent, The Capitol Forum Hal J. Singer , Principal, Economists Incorporated/Senior Fellow, Progressive Policy Institute

The Schedule of Sessions for TVOT NYC 2015 is available at: http://www.thetvoftomorrowshow.com/blog/announcing-schedule-sessions-tvot-nyc-2015

Purchase your TVOT NYC 2015 ticket at: http://tvotnyc2015.eventbrite.com

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