The second annual NYC Television Week takes place November 12–13, 2014 and uniquely covers the breadth of today’s dynamic TV industry — from broadcast to cable, satellite to internet video, and beyond — through four comprehensive conferences:

  • Advanced Advertising — Covering the latest developments in the continual quest to direct and tailor messages to viewers television advertisers want to reach on live TV and in shows that are accessed on-demand
  • Business of Multiplatform TV — Focusing on the new trends and technology that shape the way viewers consume media
  • Next TV Summit — Focusing on broadcasting, content, digital media and OTT. Including the first-annual Next TV Awards
  • The Content Show — Covering all aspects of programming, development and distribution for scripted, live, news, sports, documentary, and nonfiction entertainment, as well as branded content


Conference sessions, award presentations, networking events and seminars will engage the diversity of talent and roles that make today’s TV business one of the world’s most dynamic and exciting industries. Leaders from all corners of the TV business will be at NYC Television Week, including industry management, programmers, technologists, engineers and talent, as well as those who want to reach TV advertisers and sponsors.


Who attends NYC Television Week:
Here is a sampling of companies that attended last year’s NYC Television Week.

  • CBS Corporation
  • Comcast
  • Cox Media Group
  • CRT Capital Group
  • HBO
  • Industrial Television Committee
  • ING Capital
  • ION Media Networks
  • Irdeto
  • Janney Montgomery Scott LLC
  • Katz Media Group
  • Madison Square Garden
  • National Cable Television Cooperative
  • NBCUniversal
  • Neuhoff Communiations
  • Ox House
  • QVC, Inc.
  • Rentrak
  • REVShare
  • Sony Pictures Television
  • SoundView Broadcasting
  • The Hollywood Reporter
  • Time Warner
  • Tribune Creative Group
  • Tribune Media Services
  • Turner Broadcasting
  • TV Guide Magazine, LLC
  • Walt Disney Company


The second annual NYC Television Week will take place from November 12-13, 2014 at the Affinia Manhattan — directly across from Penn Station.

New for 2014 is a deeper dive into content issues and solutions with the addition of The Content Show at the Affinia on November 12-13. The Content Show will have a dedicated conference that will cover programming for scripted, live, news, sports, documentary, and non-fiction shows, as well as branded content. Beyond the more formal discussions, The Content Show will also feature a networking lounge and a series of “In Conversation With” sessions hosted by senior programming and development executives from top networks where they reveal the types of programs they want and where production companies can pitch their content to buyers and programmers.

This year’s event also features several key conferences from Broadcasting & Cable, Multichannel News and Next TV’s Leadership Series, including Advanced Advertising and Business of Multiplatform TV. These are joined by the popular Next TV Summit, now including the inaugural Next TV Awards.

Last year’s inaugural event drew more than 1500 television industry executives to the Waldorf Astoria and the Metropolitan Pavilion. Its conferences featured 87 industry leaders as keynotes and presenters, including Mike White, President, Chairman and CEO, DIRECTV; David J. Stern, Commissioner, National Basketball Association; Stephanie McMahon, Executive Vice President, Creative, WWE; and Deb Roy, Chief Media Scientist, Twitter, to name a few.

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“Amazing names, great sessions”

“Impressive event”

“All panels were fantastic”

“Best-in-industry speakers”

“Very well run”

“Panelists were high quality, informed and I gained insights”

* Source: 2013 NYC Television Week Attendee Survey