NewTeeVee Live 09: Comcast, Adobe, Nielsen MTV

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The mammoth television industry is moving online at a breakneck pace and disrupting linked industries such as consoles and TV platforms. This is the year of "TV Everywhere" and you need to know what it is, what it can do for you and who is behind it. The NewTeeVee Live 09 conference will talk to the leaders behind the changes and bring insights to the audience. Save The Date - NewTeeVee Live 09 November 12, 009 in San Francisco, CA For more, check out live.newteevee.com

Don't miss this opportunity to meet and learn from the leaders in television. Your exclusive Women 2.0 discount on this year's conference is available now here.

Attend this year and learn about:

  1. What is TV Everywhere, and what is it's major impacts?
  2. Is advertising the model that will continue to provide revenue?
  3. Is existing copyright law at odds with the needs of online video?
  4. Will single sign-on identities create or hinder the boom? Will the winning system have an unfair advantage over others?
  5. Are independent artists better able to exploit the new distribution mechanisms over their traditional counterparts?
  6. Will users find value in generated content, or will they pay for "high production value" content?
  7. Does the new platform being created at the intersection of TV hardware and online connectivity represent an opportunity or a hurdle?
  8. What are the missing gaps in the market that need to be filled before we proceed?
  9. Who are the faces behind the reinvention? What are they planning next?
  10. What does the person behind the most popular video viewer on the planet have to say?

NewTeeVee Live, in its third successful year, will answer the biggest questions in the future of television and has assembled some of the biggest industry movers and shakers to come and speak.

500+ industry executives will explore the future of the planet's favorite media: television. There has never been a better time to engage with the figures behind the industry change:

» Amy L. Banse (President, Interactive Media & SVP, Comcast) » Kevin Lynch (CTO, Adobe Systems) » Marc Whitten (GM of Xbox LIVE, Microsoft) » Brian Fuhrer (SVP, Program Leader, TV/Internet Integration, Nielsen) » Erik Flannigan (EVP of Digital Media, MTVN Entertainment Group) » Antonio Rallo (Vice President Technology Strategy, Grupo Televisa S.A.) » Randi Zuckerberg (Marketing, Facebook) » Hunter Walk (Director of Product for YouTube, Google) » Anthony Wood (Founder and CEO, Roku, Inc.) » Matthew McRae (VP and GM Advanced Technology Products, VIZIO, Inc.) » Bill Gurley (General Partner, Benchmark) » Avner Ronen (CEO and Co-Founder, boxee) » Michael Gregory (Creator, "Auto-Tune the News", Gregory Residence Records) » Brent Friedman (President, Electric Farm Entertainment) » Bismarck Lepe (Co-Founder and President of Product Strategy, Ooyala) » Chris Hollenbeck (Managing Director, Granite Ventures) » Doug Knopper (Co-Founder and Co-CEO, FreeWheel) » Sam Blackman (CEO, Elemental Technologies) » Matt Smith (Senior Director, Systems Architecture, Inlet Technologies)

To hear more about our speaker additions as they happen, follow us on Twitter @newteeveelive. Full details can be found on the NewTeeVee website.

Standard tickets cost $595, but Women 2.0 members receive a super-saver rate of $355. Register now with your special discount here.