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The 11th annual Future of Television Forum will take place on September  10th. The FOTV Forum will feature keynote speakers such as Ross Hoffman, Director of Brand Strategy at Twitter, Joan Gillman, COO of Media Services and EVP at Time Warner Cable and Greg Clayman, GM of Audience Networks of Vimeo. There will also be leaders from Defy Media, Turner Broadcasting, CBS, Meredith Corp, UM, YouTube and more. The 1-day Future of Television gathering will bring together senior media, advertising, television, digital video and investment leaders for networking, meetings and deal-making.

To register visit the website below and use the discount code NYWIFT15 to save 15%.

http://www.dmwvideo.com

 

NYWIFT is also a  proud partner of the 7th annual NY Games Conference happening September 8th. NYGC features keynote speakers Dan Morris the Director of Facebooks North America
& Mobile Games Partnerships, as well as  Tommy Palm from Games Guru King . There will also be speakers from EA, Google Play, Take-Two, Arkadium, Twitch, SGN, GSN Games, RockYou and more.
The conference will feature fireside chats, panels, demos and presentations on digital game investment, on creation, distribution and on marketing and monetization.

Meeting areas for power networking and a reception/after-party on the evening of Sept 8 will also be oranized. As for the Future of Television Forum, you can use the discount code NYWIFT15 to save 15%. To access the tickets and register please visit the website down below.

http://www.dmwgames.com

 


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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts