NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BTIG, LLC announced its inaugural 2017 BTIG Media Disruptors Conference that took place in New York yesterday. Co-hosted by Rich Greenfield and Brandon Ross, BTIG TMT Analysts, the event brought the firm’s institutional and corporate clients together with key management team members from a dozen prominent private media companies.
“Our 2017 Media Disruptors Conference offered valuable insight into the rapidly evolving media landscape,” said Karen Blando, BTIG Director of Research. “Established and emerging growth companies had an opportunity to provide insight into how they are disrupting the industry, challenging legacy media providers and addressing obstacles to expansion.”
Speakers included executives from Barstool Sports, Blumhouse Productions, Cheddar, Fubo.TV, Gimlet, GIPHY, MoviePass, Overtime, Refinary29, theSkimm and VICE/HBO. “Increasingly, we are seeing private media companies build successful content engines. They offer innovative distribution channels for consumers and are capturing market share away from traditional media,” said Mr. Greenfield. “We were proud to host these dynamic industry leaders and thrilled to further the conversation. This unique event is another example of how we help clients stay ahead of the curve with differentiated corporate access.”
BTIG’s Corporate Access program hosts relevant client events across the consumer, financials, healthcare, real estate and TMT sectors.
For more information about the conference or to access BTIG insights, contact a BTIG representative, visit www.btigresearch.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Use the hashtag #goodluck to follow the conversation on Twitter along with @RichBTIG and @BrandonBTIG.
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