Wednesday, April 6, 2016
At Convene, 730 Third Avenue at East 45th Street, New York City



The Television & Video Marketers Conference (TVMC) is a one-day event that celebrates all aspects of the business of marketing and promotion for television and video. It offers executives and professionals who are engaged in each area of this business with opportunities and resources to connect, explore, share and be informed and inspired in a fun, relaxed and creative atmosphere.


The TVMC agenda includes compelling general sessions and keynote conversations featuring top leaders and celebrities in sports, entertainment, politics, advertising and popular culture. The event includes break-out sessions and roundtable group discussions intended as an “idea-exchange” resource. Roundtables are directed by marketing experts and acclaimed authors and are presented within two different tracks – one focused on traditional television and one explores non-traditional or alternate viewing options, including “TV Everywhere,” online, mobile and digital place-based video.


The highlight of TVMC is the award ceremony and networking reception that celebrates colleagues in the business with the TVMA (Television and Video Marketers’ Award) and acknowledges select leaders within the industry with the prestigious Brandbuilder Award.



Who Attends:

The TVMC is designed for executives who are responsible for driving awareness for and attracting audiences to TV and online video programming through effective marketing strategies, creative services, licensing, media placement, social media, grass roots and on-site street team promotions, co-branded or sponsored promotions, publicity stunts and corporate communications.


The topics and discussions are ideally-suited for the seasoned and experienced department head, or top manager, while also offering an excellent training opportunity for staff members by exposing employees to a breadth of opportunities and resources within the business.



Why Attend:

TVMC will be located at Convene, 730 Third Avenue at East 45th Street, New York City. It is easily accessible from subway, car, taxi or bus.