NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Telaria Inc., (NYSE: TLRA), the leading video monetization software company, today unveiled its inaugural CTV 20/20 Global Summit Series, comprised of five, exclusive events tailored to connect premium publishers and buyers as they navigate the rapidly emerging connected TV (CTV) and over-the-top (OTT) space. With global OTT video advertising spend expected to reach $29 billion by 2022, publishers and advertisers need to be at the forefront of this tectonic shift in consumer behavior.
CTV 20/20 will host some of the brightest minds across the video technology and advertising industries for dynamic discussions and real-world problem solving. Incorporating candid panels, roundtables and talks, the summits will provide attendees ample opportunity to exchange valuable insights and build deeper partnerships in an intimate setting.
Telaria conducted a global research study which found the rate of advanced TV penetration varied significantly across regions, highlighting the importance of providing attendees with actionable insights specific to their markets. Each summit will focus on sharing global learnings to address regional challenges. With the first summit debuting in May 2018, CTV 20/20 will be headed to cities in North America, APAC, and EMEA throughout 2018.
“Consumers are redefining what it means to watch TV. This presents exciting, new opportunities for publishers and buyers to strategically connect with viewers,“ said Jennifer Catto, CMO at Telaria. “As the CTV and OTT landscape evolves, we continue to work with leaders from across the industry to solve tomorrow’s technology challenges – this year’s summits will be especially productive, given we are at the tipping point of consumer CTV and OTT adoption.”
To learn more about Telaria’s CTV 20/20 Global Summit Series, please visit http://go.telaria.com/ctv-20-20-global-summit-series.
Telaria (NYSE: TLRA) is the leading independent data-driven software platform built to monetize and manage premium video inventory with the greatest speed, control, and transparency, wherever and however audiences are watching.