Which new TV and video ad products will attract the most investment from agencies and advertisers? We pitch five new ad products to a panel of agencies and advertisers who decide where to invest their client's ad budgets. FORUM SAT 1645-1740
How do broadcasters use social platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and Youtube to engage audiences and super-serve the fans? Leading TV executives and major internet platforms explore best practice for building and talking to your fan base.
Linear TV measurement used to be straightforward and simple but measurement is becoming a mess, lost in a maze of new devices, twin-screening, catch up, simulcast and multi-screen viewing. How does AV audience measurement need to change to catch up?
How can social influencers benefit your brand? This panel will look at the new millennial TV habits and the rise of YouTube influencers. Discussing how brands can connect and collaborate with online talent in innovative ways.
Keynote: Erik Huggers, CEO, Vevo
What's really happening to TV consumption? Is linear TV really doomed? Is YouTube the future? What do the numbers really tell us? A panel of leading experts tells us the real story and paint a credible picture of the future of the TV market.
What are the most exciting new developments in TV and video advertising - on and off the big screen? Leading industry participants tell us their views on the next big thing - and what it will mean for the future of the TV market. FORUM FRI 1630-1730
Is internet advertising broken or can it be fixed? As viewing shifts to mobile and ad spend shifts to programmatic, can traditional media owners fund investment in quality of content? Can the challenges of ad-blocking, fraud and bots be overcome?