2015 Schedule
Interactive: March 13–17  •  Film: March 13–21  •  Music: March 17–22

Streaming Is Creating A Better Music Experience

Tuesday, March 17
5:00PM - 6:00PM

The 80’s saw the emergence of music television, where artists could share their sound with the masses. It showed that TV wasn’t just for news, shows and movies anymore. TV became a platform for musicians to showcase videos and engage their fans right in their living rooms. Recent years have shifted this experience online, but music is having its time on TV again through streaming, and it’s better for musicians than ever. You can watch music videos from old and new artists, get exclusive interviews and watch live concerts, all streamed to the TV.

Join us to discuss how streaming has transformed music on TV and and why it’s so important for music to still be on the big screen.


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Alex Kisch

EVP, Business Dev & Affairs


As Executive Vice President, Business Development & Business Affairs, Kisch is responsible for developing and executing across Vevo’s growing platform, including content acquisition, licensing, syn...

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Scott Rosenberg

VP Business Dev


Scott Rosenberg is VP of Business Development, Content & Services at Roku, where he is responsible for developing content and advertising partnerships for the platform. Prior to Roku, Scott co-foun...

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