If you’re in the television industry, plan to attend NYC Television Week 2018, the television and video industry’s premier event covering the latest trends, technologies and insights impacting the market. Held October 29-November 1, NYC Television Week features five mega events including Advanced Advertising, TV Data Summit, Next TV Summit, NYC Television Week’s 40 under 40 and the star-studded Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.

Kicking off the event, the B&C Hall of Fame will be held on October 29 at the Ziegfeld Theater, co-hosted by Kathie Lee Gifford, co-host of NBC’s Today with Kathie Lee and Hoda; and Rosanna Scotto, co-host of Fox5’s Good Day New York. The event honors the pioneers, innovators, shows and stars that have impacted the growth of the industry. 2018 inductees and ticket information can be found here.

The inaugural NYC Television Week 40 under 40 takes place on October 30, recognizing up-and-coming media leaders including personalities, executives, deal makers, journalists and pioneers. This special celebration will honor the creative and innovative contributions made by those who hear “it hasn’t been done before” and can’t resist the challenge.

Next up is TV Data Summit taking place on October 31 at the Westin NY Times Square. As data continues to define the relationship between programmers, distributors and advertisers—and the viewers and subscribers they serve – this unique event provides key insights into how the data should be used in making programming decisions, segmenting markets, profiling viewers and providing solutions to advertisers. At TV Data Summit, you’ll hear from and connect with the top minds in the industry who are using data to shape the industry’s future and build new business opportunities for broadcasters and OTT providers.

Advanced Advertising returns to NYC Television & Video Week on November 1 at the Westin NY Times Square with an in-depth look at the latest digital advertising technologies and how to use them to succeed. Panels will cover such current topics as audience measurement and big data, as well as addressable TV and programmatic advertising. Panelists and attendees include advertisers, programmers, analysts, research and measurement companies, and tech providers.

Next TV Summit also takes place on November 1 at the Westin NY Times Square, focusing on the future business of television, online video, production, content, technology, and OTT. Next TV will dive into such topics as OTT growth and business models, transformative TV technologies, video consumption trends (and the way to measure those trends), and how to manage talent and content in the digital age.

For a full look at all of the NYC Television Week events, speakers, programs and ticket information, visit www.nyctvweek.com.

Follow the link to register and use our code PROMAXVIP to get 30% off tickets: http://www.nyctvweek.com/register/ (excludes B&C Hall of Fame).

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