TV2025, Cybersecurity For Broadcasters Retreat To Take Stage In October

TVNewsCheck will bring its annual TV2025: Monetizing the Future event back in person on Oct. 19 at the NAB New York Show, preceded by the return of an in-person Cybersecurity for Broadcasters Retreat at the show on Oct. 17-18. Register here for TV2025 and here for CBR.

Two signature TVNewsCheck events will return from the virtual world to the real one this fall as TV2025: Monetizing the Future and Cybersecurity for Broadcasters Retreat (CBR) will convene as in-person events presented at the NAB New York Show at the Javits Center in New York in October.

On Oct. 19, TV2025 will tackle the industry’s road ahead to robust and emerging revenue streams, while on Oct. 17-18, CBR will confront the steepening challenges broadcasters face in a landscape of more brazen and costly attacks on their vital infrastructure.

TV2025 will once more be highlighted by a panel discussion among station group chief executives moderated by TVNewsCheck Editor Michael Depp, along with the presentation of TVNewsCheck’s Station Group of the Year Award to that group’s top executive.

Additional TV2025 panels will cover:

  • Creating More Content for a Multimedia Audience
  • Cybersecurity Strategies for Mitigating Risk
  • How Data Will Redefine the TV/Audience Relationship
  • Technology, Data and the Future of Local TV Advertising
  • NextGen TV, Streaming and the Future of Local Media;
  • Technology, the Cloud and the Station Group of the Future

CBR will kick off on Oct. 17 with a private information exchange among broadcast cybersecurity executives, followed by an incident response simulation designed to reflect the heightened dangers broadcasters currently face. A day-long program of panels on Oct. 18 will cover:

  • Security and the Road to Modernizing Broadcast Technology
  • Leading-Edge Strategies for Securing the Network
  • Securing Content Repositories and Media Pipelines
  • Engineering/IT/Security Partnering to Mitigate Risk
  • Minimizing the Risk of Ransomware Attacks

TVNewsCheck Publisher and Co-Founder Kathy Haley said hosting the two events in proximity to each other is geared toward sparking new levels of collaboration in the industry, especially as cybersecurity threats have become a top C-suite prerogative.


“We’re putting the IT and security executives in proximity to the broadcast engineers and technology providers so everyone can put their cards on the table and elevate the level and quality of security collaboration across the industry,” Haley said.

Depp added: “We’re overjoyed to be able to present both events in person — and in tandem — this fall. This year’s CBR has an urgency underpinning it like never before, and then TV2025 will shift the gears of conversation towards revenue, coming at TV’s monetization streams from every critical angle and packed with pragmatic ideas and insights.”

Register for TV2025 here. Register for Cybersecurity for Broadcasters Retreat here.

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