I always enjoy the events organized by Digiday, have attended their Digital Publishing and Advertising Conference on several occasions, and have received a lot of value each time as well as made some excellent connections.
From the Digiday Video Upfront Conference event website:
The State of The Digital Video Upfront: The best and the brightest in digital video, emerging platforms, plus media, marketing, publishing, and television executives will converge in New York City and Los Angeles to address the future of video programming and advertising. During this high-level event, Top Brand Marketers, Agency Executives, Publishers, Content Owners, and Video Technology experts will come together to discuss and explore the shape of the burgeoning Upfront Digital Video Advertising Market. The conference will take a deep dive into the advertising and content market, the buying and selling opportunities, the projected growth, and the way brands and agencies are harnessing the power of digital video to engage today’s multi-screen consumer. Join us and we will show you how the 2011 market will shake out and what it means for you. This is an event you can’t afford to miss!
View the full New York event agenda at this link (There is a Los Angeles, California version of this event taking place on April 14th. I will not be attending the LA version but you can see the Los Angeles event full agenda at this link.)
If you are planning on attending the New York City event, let me know by replying to this post or via Twitter @georgelevy – let’s connect!
If you have not yet registered for the NYC event, you can register at this link.
And in the spirit of Video… Here’s one that deserves a Hall of Fame Classic spot on this blog:
Music video by The Buggles performing Video Killed The Radio Star. (C) 1979 Island Records
This was the first music video shown on MTV in the U.S. at 12:01am on August 1st, 1981
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