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Live: Thinkbox's TV Futures

Live streamed coverage of Thinkbox's TV Futures event, on the future of TV for viewers, advertisers and technology.

Thinkbox's TV Futures event

Thinkbox's TV Futures event

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The event will share the latest numbers on TV viewing, devices and distribution; catch up with some inspiring examples of brands currently making the most of TV tech; and discover how audiences find their way to content and how that could change.

Expert speakers include Paul Frampton, chief executive of Havas Media UK; Claire Hilton, marketing campaigns director from Barclays; Caitlin Ryan, group executive creative director from Karmarama; Margo Swadley, head of audiences, television at the BBC; Nigel Walley, managing director at Decipher; and David Wilding, head of planning at PHD UK.

The event starts at 9:30am with a welcome from Lindsey Clay, chief executive of Thinkbox.

Here's a running order:

9.35 – 10.05 What’s trending?                      

10.05 - 10.45 Understanding behaviour in a digital age? 

10.45 – 11.05 Planning for tomorrow’s TV

11.05 – 11.30 Break for those at the event/half time show for our live web audience:

11.30 – 11.50 Ad innovations round up

11.50 – 12.35 Turned on? A future visions panel?

12.35 – 12.55 Future Tech and the evolution of TV advertising

12.55 – 1pm Summery and event ends

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