News Technology Summit

With ratings for news playing a key role in the overall financial health of local broadcast stations and networks, finding the right technology to attract viewers with the highest quality newscasts and digital products is more important than ever before. That has made the annual News Technology Summit a must attend event for over a decade [IF YOU KNOW HOW MANY YEARS YOU REPLACE OVER A DECADE WITH THE NUMBER OF YEARS], with the 2016 event once again focusing on game-changing technologies that will give news organizations a competitive edge in their TV and digital operations. The 2016 event will include panels on such real-world issues as:


  • How Cloud- And IP-Based Technologies Are Transforming The News Business.
  • Building A Better Multiplatform / OTT Newsroom To Attract Younger Audiences
  • New Technologies For Graphics And Weather Systems
  • Developments In Field Acquisition And Newsroom Workflows
  • Game-Changing Technologies To Track, Store, Archive And Monetize News Content
  • Future Trends In News and Newsroom Technologies
  • CTO Strategies For Newsroom Innovation


The Difference:


Broadcasting & Cable and TV Technology, which have been covering TV news technologies for decades, bring that expertise to their annual News Technology Summit, supplying expert editors and reporters to moderate panels and using their deep roots in the TV industry to attract top news executives and well known experts as speakers.


The only event of its kind to focus exclusively on the technologies that play such an important role in the highly competitive news business, the News Technology Summit offers TV technology executives actionable information on improving their newsrooms during panels, peer interaction and vital case studies from leading suppliers.


The News Technology Summit is not a trade show or traditional conference. Rather, it’s a first-class, two-day business information exchange designed exclusively to help you overcome the impact these challenges are having on your operation, business model and plans for the future.


The event is a private, “by invitation” networking and educational event of broadcast television station, group and network executives involved in the acquisition, production and delivery of news, as well as other senior technology leaders from within the cable, satellite and related television-centric enterprises. Participants exchange views and discuss the impact of technology advancements and marketplace changes on their operations, business models and plans for the future.