Presented in partnership with Accenture, Maker Studios Chief Strategy Officer Courtney Holt will join Media Council members and other invited guests on October 2nd, 2014 for an intimate conversation about the online video network's plans to grow and monetize its global audience of tech-savvy Millennials.
The Paley Center for Media, in partnership with Popular Mechanics, will explore the dynamics of today's innovation economy and the ways in which technology is enabling creators to form new networks, funding models, and markets for media businesses.
In partnership with the Paley Center for Media, Matter's third class of entrepreneurs will demo their new products and ventures for an audience of senior media executives, investors, journalists, and educators.
Paley's Next Big Thing in Sports and the Second Screen will explore the latest innovations enhancing the fan experience, from augmented reality and in-stadium apps to social gaming and exclusive content.
Aereo, Inc. Founder and CEO Chet Kanojia will join the Media Council in Los Angeles on May 29th for an invigorating discussion on breaking ground and challenging conventions in a changing media landscape.
On Tuesday, May 20, CEO Ehab Al Shihabi and President Kate OBrian, a 30-year veteran of ABC News, join the Media Council in New York to discuss the challenges of launching a new channel, exporting the Al Jazeera brand, and attracting news consumers in a fragmented media world.
The Paley Center for Media will explore the Next Big Thing in Video Advertising, featuring a conversation with Nielsen's Andrew Feigenson and Simulmedia's Dave Morgan, and dynamic presentations from leading video ad technology platforms.
ShareThis and The Paley Center for Media will convene 100 senior media and marketing executives for a landmark summit in New York City to explore how social media and sharing are reshaping businesses and consumer engagement.
BuzzFeed's President and COO Jon Steinberg joins the Paley Media Council in New York for a breakfast conversation to share his insights on viral content, native advertising, and his plans for growth in 2014.
The greatest minds in media and entertainment will convene for a two-day summit to explore and debate the new business, advertising, and distribution models in this age of unprecedented access to information about consumers and the way they interact with content.
The Paley Center for Media, with locations in New York and Los Angeles, leads the discussion about the cultural, creative, and social significance of television, radio, and emerging platforms for the professional community and media-interested public.