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[itvt] is pleased to present video and audio recordings of the TVOT 2014 presentation by Ross Hoffman, Director of Brand Strategy at Twitter. The presentation was described in the show brochure as follows:
"In this keynote presentation, Ross Hoffman, Director of Brand Strategy at Twitter, will cast light on the nexus between Twitter, TV and advertising, addressing such topics as: the different kinds of 'TV moments' on Twitter; the types of programming and advertising that are generating the most active social-TV conversations; common themes that are emerging in these conversations; how brands are using the combination of TV and Twitter to amplify their messaging and to engage and target consumers; and more."
Note: Early-bird pricing for [itvt]'s next TV of Tomorrow Show event, TVOT NYC 2014 (December 9th in New York City) ends at midnight, Tuesday September 30th. Purchase your tickets here.
The program all about TV. Our guests: State Of Affairs creator/executive producer/director (and former executive producer/writer/director of The Blacklist) Joe Carnahan, and Amy Schatz, producer-director of HBO family special (and future series) Saving My Tomorrow.
[itvt] is pleased to present an audio recording of the TVOT 2014 session, "A City Is Another TV Channel." The session was described in the show brochure as follows:
"Entertainment is only one of many content types arriving on television and second and third screens. Increasingly, individuals and households are using these screens to consume services that leverage the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT): One of the most exciting developments in the IoT is taking place around an increasingly sensorized and annotated urban environment. First-generation services like Yelp and Foursquare are early successes. But even greater growth awaits, which will demand more sophisticated solutions, architectures and user interfaces, many of which will employ video and be delivered as televisual experiences. This session will bring together representatives from the world of advanced-television, screen design, urban theory and beyond to explore the ways in which the city will become a channel of the TV of Tomorrow." Panelists included:
Fabian Birgfeld, Director, W12 Studios
Don Dulchinos, President, Smart Home and Away (Moderator)
Melanie Nutter, Consultant (Former Director of the Department of the Environment, City and County of San Francisco)
How can we live our best life now? By living like there's no tomorrow. Truth is we just don't no when our days on earth will end. I know what you may be thinking..... Don't talk about death or life coming to an end cause I have my whole life ahead of me. But this is exactly why we need to discuss this, because as believers we know there's much more than this world can offer. Afterall, Christ really is enough, but do we live by what we sing each Sunday? Why does it seem to take sorrow, sadness, great pain, illness or difficulty to stop us in our busy lives that crowds out our relationship with God? Join me as we tackle this subject head on.
In this episode, we will examine the 'what-ifs' of the next day... I'll be better-thinner-stronger-prettier-sexier-smarter-taller-shorter-darker-... blah blah blah... and other stupid things that we think about ourselves.
And then, we will look at the other side of the coin:
Maybe tomorrow, I'll just be.. Me!
If you are looking for answers, or trying to figure out what the questions are, don't miss this show!
Special live Christmas Eve 2014 edition of the program all about TV. Our guest: Pameal Douglas, author of the new book The Future Of TV: Your Guide To Creating TV In The New Era. Plus the latest on a video-on-demand TV release of The Interview Christmas Day, and a winning answer to this week's classic trivia question.
The program all about TV. Our guests: Jonathan Chinn, producer of Atari Game Over, running on XBox and smart TVs, and Broadcasting & Cable editor-in-chief Melissa Grego.
The program all about TV, simulcast live on BlogTalk Radio and Brooklyn Independent Media HD. Our guests: Luke Ellis and Liz Messie, executive producers of The American Revolution, American Heroes Channel's miniseries launching tonight. Also: our classic trivia question of the week (with prizes in play) and the latest installment of our "people-on-the-street" feature, offering their "TV Tastebuds."
Tom Bunting is a fourth-year student at UVA studying Government/ American Politics who decided to join Legislators of Tomorrow. A liberal overall, Tom brings the progressive perspective to the table. However, Tom and his associates see it as their job to put aside ideological preferences and to see what can be achieved beyond partisanship.
Patrick MacDonnell is the co-president and co-founder of the Legislators of Tomorrow at the University of Virginia. He is a conservative Republican and contribute this perspective to the organization.
The 13 member organization, 'Legistlators of Tomorrow', was a direct motivator and contributor to HB 206, a bill the House of Delegates in Richmond passed 99-0.
*The Founding of Legislators of Tomorrow and its Mission
*The Specifics of HB 206
*The Tragedy of Senator Creigh Deeds and Suicide of his Son Gus
*Unknown, but existing Mental Health resources at Virginia Colleges and Universities
The program all about TV. Our guests: Ascension creator/executive producer Philip Levens and Wake Up Call executive producer Craig Armstrong.
No one can live for another or bear the burden of another. Trust the womb of development we are in because it is the womb designed by THE CREATOR of all life, yet we are to live as though we are going to be here forever and work as though we are leaving this place tomorrow. We are human, so we must plan as humans , not as instinctive animals havimg no ability to plan out our life