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Just Can’t Get Enough – The State of the Industry 2015 HRTS Luncheon Recap

How much is too much? The global demand for content is at an all-time high and so the production has risen accordingly. Is there a tipping point? If so, where is it? And how do we get paid for all of this? On October 15, 2015 a packed house gathered at the Beverly Hilton to […]

Welcome Back Everyone…

So did summer seem to fly by a little faster this year? What ever happened to the three month break we enjoyed as kids? Out in June…Back in September? Beach time, vacations, long lazy days to chill and recharge? What’s that you say? We’re not kids anymore? Oh well… At least I still feel like […]

The State of the Industry 2014 – HRTS Luncheon Recap

In a time of change, how do you change with the times, how do you stay ahead of the curve? In a time of change, how do you break through the clutter and fulfill viewer expectations? In a time of change, how do you balance an embrace of the future with respect for the past […]

So far…So good!

It feels good to be back in the swing of fall.  There’s a glut of new shows on my DVR to catch up on. I’m behind on my new fall viewing because I had to binge the final season of Breaking Bad…My back is sore from sitting for so long but totally worth it!  As […]

State of the Industry 2013 luncheon recap

Picture if you will a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind, a place where content meets advertising through a door which may be locked by time-shifting and unlocked with the key of multiple platforms. There’s a signpost up ahead, your next stop: the Beverly Hilton. On September 10, 2013 a packed […]

State of the Industry – Luncheon Recap

Picture if you will a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind, a place where content meets revenue through a door which may be locked by young viewers and unlocked with the key of multiple platforms. There’s a signpost up ahead, your next stop: the Beverly Hilton.

Winner of the Cadillac raffle

At the State of the Industry luncheon, HRTS held a raffle sponsored by Cadillac. Congratulations to the winner of that raffle, Jennifer Gordon, Coordinator, Development & Programming at OWN, Oprah Winfrey Network; who was chosen randomly after the luncheon. Jennifer will receive a complimentary two-week loan of a Cadillac of her choice. A special thank you […]

State of the Industry 2011 – Luncheon Recap

Picture if you will a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind, a place where content meets revenue through a door which may be locked by Millennials and unlocked with the key of multiple platforms. There’s a signpost up ahead, your next stop: the Beverly Hilton.

Conan, Advertising Dollars, and Broadcast vs Cable: This Year’s State of the Industry

The 2010 State of the Industry luncheon took place June 23rd at the Beverly Hilton and opened with HRTS President Kevin Beggs noting that the television industry has changed significantly since the last SOTI luncheon in 2007. The goal being to take a close look at the overall health of the business from various viewpoints, […]

State of the Industry video online now

Miss The State of the Industry luncheon? As an HRTS member, you have full access to the Online Video Central. Here you can view on-demand, full length replays of past luncheons, as well as live-streams of future luncheons. Catch the last event or watch others featuring luminaries like Bill Clinton, Les Moonves and Bob Iger. To log in you will need your […]

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