SendtoNews Digital Video Leadership Series to Focus on Helping Publishers Grow Revenue and User Experience

Industry Luminaries Share Expertise on 2021 plans for Digital Video, Contextual Relevance and Quality


SendtoNews (STN), North America's leading independent Online Video Platform, today announced the Digital Video Leadership Series to be held November 16-19.

This four-day event brings together leaders in digital video from Conde Nast, Tribune, NFL, Cheddar, Warner Media and others for thought provoking discussions on the future of digital video to help publishers maximize the user experience and increase revenue in 2021.

“This year we saw an all time high of online video consumption,” says Matthew Watson, CEO, SendtoNews. “Now is the time for digital publishers to capitalize on this opportunity by optimizing user experience, engagement and revenue. The Digital Video Leadership Series will be a unique and valuable event designed to help publishers thrive in 2021."

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4 – 1 Hour Live Virtual Sessions will be held at 11 am EST and include:

November 16
Contextual Relevance for Digital Publishers - How Publishers Clean Up After the Cookie Crumbles featuring:

  • Richie Hyden, Iris TV
  • Craig Kostelic, Condé Nast
  • Ryan McBride, Oracle

November 17
How Leading Digital Publishers are Leveraging Video featuring:

  • Colin McMahon, Tribune
  • Jim Prather, Las Vegas Review Journal
  • Karen Brophy, President, Digital - Nexstar Media Group

November 18
Why Focusing on Quality Digital Video Content will Help Increase Metrics and Maximize Revenue, featuring:

  • Blake Stuchin, NFL
  • Matt Kaplan, Cheddar
  • Craig Sloan, Home Team Sports

November 19
A Digital Video Industry Insiders Perspective on What to Expect and How to Shape Your 2021 Strategy, featuring:

  • Kelly McMahon, SpotX
  • Max Willens, Digiday
  • Peter Scott, WarnerMedia

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