NEW YORK — NewBay Media and the National
Association of Broadcasters announced their partnership on NYC Television
Week. The 2013 NYC Television Week is the inaugural event in what is to be an
annual celebration of the television industry in the Big Apple. It will run Oct. 28-31 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel and the Metropolitan
The NAB joins NewBay as the presenting partner of the conferences, exhibits and
award programs that will spread out across the city in October. NAB and NewBay
will work together to attract attendees, sponsors, exhibitors and additional
partners to NYC Television Week, which will benefit the full television market,
including industry management, programmers, technologists, engineers and
talent, as well as those that want to reach TV advertisers and sponsors.
“The interest generated by NYC Television Week has been overwhelming,” states
Steve Palm, CEO of NewBay Media. “We are pleased to have the NAB join us as
presenting partner of this landmark series of events. They share our passion
and excitement for this incredible industry, and we are excited to add NAB’s
great depth and reach to our own so that we can produce an even
more comprehensive event that will not just celebrate the industry, but also
provide guidance and insights as to best practices for the year ahead.”
“The dynamic transitions and exciting opportunities in the television industry
make this an ideal time to launch an event of this magnitude. To be hosted in
the one city that is the center of media, production, finance and business is
simply ideal,” states Chris Brown, executive vice president of Conventions
& Business Operations for NAB. “We felt the NAB had to be involved in an
event like this.”
NYC Television Week kicks off on the morning of Oct. 28 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel for a “State of the TV Industry Summit,” featuring
industry leaders. Later that
evening, the annual Broadcasting &
Cable Hall of Fame, now in its 23rd year, will also be held at the Waldorf.
Starting on Oct. 29, the festivities move to the Metropolitan Pavilion, with
numerous events taking place the remainder of the week, including the TV
Summit, with many more soon to be announced.
NYC Television Week will cover the breadth of today’s TV
industry — from broadcast to cable, satellite to internet video, and
beyond. Conferences, award presentations, networking events and seminars are
NYC Television Week is actively seeking additional partners, sponsors,
exhibitors and speakers.
For information on partnership and sponsorship opportunities, contact Louis
Hillelson at 917-231-4730 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For speaking opportunities, contact Jennifer Ware at 917-231-4718 or
For exhibit opportunities, contact Will Beaty at 202-429-5429 or
Early-bird registration opportunities will be announced soon, along with the
introduction of the NYC Television Week online portal.