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With Jennifer Koester (Dir. Video Distribution Partnerships, Google), Robin Flynn (MD, S&P Market Intelligence), Eric John (Dir., IAB), Marci Ryvicker (MD, Wolfe Research), Tim Busch (President, Nexstar Broadcasting), Catherine Badalamente (VP, Graham Media), Kevin Latek (Chief Development Officer, Gray TV), Amy Yong (Dir., Macquarie Bank).
Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 08:00 AM   $995
Hotel Edison, 228 W 47th St
 
     
 
 
              

    
 
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Only 3 week[s] left! An Executive Conference from S&P Global Market Intelligence

New Name. But still great insights from Kagan.
Formerly the TV & Radio Finance Summit, Kagan, a research division within S&P Global Market Intelligence, will be hosting our annual conference on Thursday 20th June in New York City, NY.
Hear directly from industry influencing figures
Leading research analysts from Kagan will provide industry overviews into future trends that could shape financial activity across the media industry. Hear also from industry leaders as they discuss the current climate of the Technology, Media & Telecommunications sector.
What's new? Essential insights on US TV Stations & Radio.and more
So why the name change? This year's event aims to cover the issues & opportunities within the media industry as a whole, while retaining the core perspectives the event has provided for broadcast over the last 35 years.
An event not to be missed.
Despite being a non-political & non-Olympics year, 2019 is shaping up to be another big year for the industry. Discussion points you can expect from the event include:
What impact will the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's quadrennial media ownership review have on broadcast regulation & M&A?
With the expanding Democratic presidential candidate pool, increased fundraising & Trump's growing re-election campaign war chest, will 2020 beat 2016 levels?
Next Gen TV & new diginet/over-the-top launches indicate broadcasters are investing in the future. How will these services influence revenue potentials?
With radio's debt overhang lessening in 2019 are there hints at new growth areas for the industry?
 
 
 
 
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