When MediaVillage began our series of Leadership Conversations in April, among the topics discussed was just how prepared were media companies for the economic winter ahead and on July 16th we will look into what 2021 may hold.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) July 14, 2020
Crucial questions about the future of media, advertising and entertainment spending across multiple industries will be addressed during Jack Myers’ Media Economy: 2020-2021 Leadership Conversation with Senior Research Analyst Michael Nathanson of MoffettNathanson on Thursday, July 16 at 1:00pm Eastern Time.
Among the pivotal topics to be discussed:
- What about sports?
- What about the Upfront, Scatter, Local, Digital, OOH, OTT?
- What about the stock market?
- What about e-Commerce and the growth of Amazon, Walmart and Target?
- What about Facebook?
- What about Planning for the Future?
“When we began our series of Leadership Conversations with Michael in April, among the topics discussed was just how prepared were media companies for the economic winter ahead and now we are looking into what 2021 may hold,” said Myers, who has been using his over 20+ Leadership Conversations to showcase insights by thought leaders from the media, marketing, advertising and entertainment communities. “Now more than ever we understand the importance of our 90 distinct MediaVillage content platforms dedicated to amplifying the voices of leadership and bringing our communities together through education, shared experiences, market intelligence and advancing diversity.”
To join the July 16th one-hour live-streamed Leadership Conversation register at this link: Economic Look Back to April 15 and Forward to 2021. Questions are encouraged and may be sent in advance to Robin@MediaVillage.com. To watch the first Leadership Conversation with Michael Nathanson on April 15, go to: Where’s The Media Economy Headed., an organization of 40 industry leaders focused on advancing diversity from advocacy to activism. The 12 beneficiaries are: 4A’s Foundation, ADCOLOR, Advancing Diversity/Mentor’s Playlist, American Education Foundation (AEF), AAF AdCamp for High School Students, Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University, International Radio & TV Society Foundation (IRTS), Jacaronda Foundation College Loan Relief, John A. Reisenbach Foundation NYC 1st Responders Fund, No Kid Hungry, NY/LA Restaurant Employee Fund, and TD Foundation for Children of Wounded Warriors and Fallen Heroes.
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About Jack Myers:
For more than 40 years, MediaVillage founder Jack Myers has been singularly dedicated to identifying, developing, and introducing solutions to the challenges confronting media companies. As the world’s leading media ecologist, he’s a noted expert on generational and gender shifts, the impact of technological advances on business economics, and the dynamics of business growth and decline. His background includes executive roles at CBS Television, ABC Radio, Metromedia Outdoor, Television Production Partners, and UTV Cable Network.