Quick rundown on why you shouldn’t miss this unique conference.
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Take advantage of The Headshot Truck at the summit to give you a fresh, new professional photo. *Limited availability*
Tidbit of info about the venue, 230 Fifth. It is a fabulous space with amazing rooftop views, spacious rooms and an incredible mission. They donate 100% of their profits to several NY cancer institutions. Read the Crane’s article for you to learn more.
Frequency Networks, Inc.
General Manager of VRV
SVP, Analytics & CRM
GM of AdTech Platforms
Director, Global Business Development
Asst. VP, Strategic Partnerships
AT&T Entertainment Group
Strategic Partner Lead, Media & Entertainment
Cablefax and Screenster
SVP, AT&T Entertainment Group and Consumer Mobility Support
AT&T Services Inc.
SVP, Content Distribution
Scripps Networks Interactive
Time, Inc's People/Entertainment Weekly Network
Director, Content & Consumer Product Marketing
SVP, North America
VP, Regulatory Affairs
Phoenix Media Group
Head of Product, Sales & Marketing
VP, Business Development
Executive Director of Engineering & Technology
Marketing & General Manager of Media
|Registration Type||Regular Rate|
|All Access Pass: Individual||$1,274|
|All Access Pass: Group Rate||$1,224|
|TV Summit: Individual||$945|
|TV Summit: Group Rate||$899|
The All Access Pass includes the TV Innovation Summit, Cablefax Program Awards and Top Ops Breakfast, a morning networking reception and a cocktail reception. When registering, you have the option to register for the TV Innovation Summit only or the All Access Pass.
230 Fifth Rooftop Lounge 230 FIFTH AVE New York, NY 10001 CORNER 27TH STREET ON 5TH AVE 212-725-4300
230 FIFTH is New York's largest outdoor Rooftop Garden and Fully enclosed Penthouse Lounge.
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