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To address this dynamic and growing market, a new conference, LiveTV:LA, November 7 at the Loews Hollywood Hotel, has been developed by three of the most respected media sources in television, Sports Video Group (SVG), TVNewsCheck, Variety,and Variety 411 in order to give technology providers unprecedented one-on-one access to the industry’s leading production companies and those executives who are at the forefront of today’s Live-TV-social-media revolution

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The 2nd Screen Summit (S3) takes center stage during CEA’s CE Week in New York City (June 23-27) returning to New York City with a special focus on sports and advancing the second screen fan experience. The memberships of the Sports Video Group and the 2nd Screen Society
 have joined together to discuss, debate and drive forward the 
real-world, 2nd screen findings in a robust half-day event.

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2nd Screen Sunday returns to NAB Show, the world’s largest electronic media show covering filmed entertainment and the development, management and delivery of content across all mediums. Join us on the afternoon of April 6, 2014 at Encore Hotel in Las Vegas for an afternoon of thought leadership with the innovative pioneers of 2nd screen technologies.

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Following up on last year’s sold-out Summit at CES, the 2nd Screen Summit returns for an afternoon of programming focused on the latest business opportunities, creative case studies and technology innovations related to the creation of supplementary, synchronized and social TV content for tablets and smartphones. The half-day event will feature two tracks of panels and presentations featuring speakers from Hollywood, Madison Avenue and Silicon Valley.

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The 2nd Screen Summit: Amsterdam event will be a gathering of international CE, broadcast and content holder executives and their service provider partners for an afternoon of keynote presentations and panels covering market statistics, education and thought leadership around the emerging 2nd Screen ecosystem. The event will be followed by a salon dinner for 2nd Screen Society Advisory Board members and invited guests.

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The 2nd Screen Summit (S3) takes center stage during CEA’s CE Week in New York City (June 24-28) returning to New York City with a special focus on brands, advertising and broadcast networks.  Produced by MESA and the 2nd Screen Society in partnership with Broadcasting & Cable and Multichannel News magazines this annual event is designed to gather CE, Broadcast, Advertising, Brand and Content Holder executives along with their technology provider partners for a full day of information, market statistics, education and thought leadership around the emerging 2nd Screen ecosystem.

The 2nd Screen Society (S3) and NAB  launched “Second Screen Sunday” at NAB, an in-depth, afternoon conference at the Encore Hotel on Sunday, April 7 in Las Vegas. The event will discuss and showcase the latest business opportunities, creative case studies and technology innovations related to the creation of supplementary, synchronized and social TV content.


2nd Screen Summit returns to Los Angeles for an afternoon of programming focused on 2nd screen experiences specific to film and episodic TV as home entertainment. While there are clear monetization strategies emerging in broadcast TV around advertising and in sports around additional content licensing, it is still unclear as to what the right approach is for engaging the consumer with pre-recorded content, while at the same time the industry is still dealing with the onslaught of physical rental kiosks, SVOD streaming, and the deployment of UltraViolet. Can 2nd Screen create enough utility and engagement for consumers to help lift content sell-through and what are the new revenue producing strategies to explore with the connected consumer?


Following sold-out meetings in Santa Monica, New York and Amsterdam, this deep-dive into the latest business opportunities, creative case studies and technology innovations related to the creation of supplementary, synchronized and social TV content will feature speakers from Hollywood, Madison Avenue and Silicon Valley. What’s the killer app for 2nd screen? How are device manufacturers positioning themselves with content holders to exploit this opportunity to drive market penetration? How are the brands making use of this new create palette? Is this a threat or opportunity for broadcasters? What’s the difference between 2nd screen, multiscreen and OTT? What are the coolest examples of great 2nd screen creative and applications? Learn this and more at this featured and official International CES event. The event is produced by the 2nd Screen Society — the voice for the emerging 2nd screen industry.

Produced by MESA and title sponsored by KIT digital and Civolution, the 2nd Screen Summit: Amsterdam event will be a gathering of international CE, broadcast and content holder executives and their service provider partners for an afternoon of keynote presentations and panels covering market statics, education and thought leadership around the emerging 2nd Screen ecosystem.  Building on the success of the 2nd Screen Summit events held in both Los Angeles and New York City, 2nd Screen Summit: Amsterdam will emphasize the importance of the 2nd Screen to global digital distribution models being explored by content holders and advertisers. The 2nd Screen Society’s mission and a key element to the success of digital is the engagement of consumers through 2nd screen user experiences, with the resulting data and analytics about consumers driving additional retail/engagement/revenue opportunities.


Produced by MESA in partnership with TWICE, Broadcasting & Cable and Multichannel News magazines and in conjunction with CEA’s CE Week in New York City (June 25-29), the 2nd Screen Summit (S3) NYC event gathered CE, Broadcast, Advertising and Content Holder executives and their service provider partners for a half-day of information, market statics, education and thought leadership around the emerging 2nd Screen ecosystem. Building on the success of the S3 event held in Santa Monica in February, S3 NYC will emphasize the importance of the 2nd Screen to digital distribution models being explored by content holders and advertisers. Seen as a key to the success of digital is the engagement of consumer through 2nd screen user experiences, with the resulting data and analytics about consumers driving additional retail/engagement/revenue opportunities.


2nd Screen Summit L.A. February 22, 2012 – Santa Monica, CA

A New Medium for Creative Engagement! An estimated 84% of American consumers watch television with a “second screen” in their hands via a smartphone, tablet, laptop or other handheld device. As this emerging trend becomes commonplace, Hollywood will continue to develop new and inventive ways to keep eyeballs focused on both their broadcast/home entertainment content on the big screen as well as their customers devices. What will the impact be on how consumers use as well as watch their TVs? And, what are the profitable possibilities from an on-screen social culture?  This full day conference brings together content holders and their technology partners to discuss the future of television as it relates to companion devices for the consumer.

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