8 JUL 2021

NATPE UNVEILS SCHEDULE FOR ITS CONTENTCAST EVENT

Contributors to the presentation, scheduled for 14th July, include Acast, Audible, CAA, Exile Content Studio, GroupM, iHeartMedia, JAR Audio, Nielsen, NPR, Propagate, QCODE, Riverside.fm, Rooster Teeth, SiriusXM, Triton Digital, Veritone, ViacomCBS, Warner Bros. Animation, and Wolf Entertainment, among others.

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NATPE recently revealed the schedule for its first-ever upcoming event, NATPE Virtual: ContentCast. The premier global business association for content producers, distributors, streamers, and buyers across all platforms is set to begin on 14th July.  The organization officially declated the prolific actress Amy Hill as the host for the 4-hour conference.

The free event is produced by E.B. Moss of Moss Appeal in partnership with NATPE. NATPE ContentCast is the next of a string of events being produced under the NATPE VIRTUAL banner, followed by the 3rd annual NATPE Streaming Plus taking place in-person at the W Hollywood on 14th September, 2021, and NATPE Miami from 18-20th January next year, returning to the Fontainebleau in Miami, Florida.

The conference will cover discussions relating to taking IP from podcast to screen, and as a powerful tool for film and television brands to service their audience. Additional companies represented on stage during the events include Acast, Audible, GroupM, Edison Research, iHeartMedia, Imperative Entertainment, Lantigua Williams & Co., LOL! Network, NPR, QCODE, RoosterTeeth, SiriusXM, Snap Judgement, Tegna, Tenderfoot TV, Triton Digital, Veritone, ViacomCBS, Warner Bros. Animation, Wolf Entertainment, and Wonder Media Network. 

The participants scheduled to speak at the beginning of the event include Propagate Chairman Ben Silverman, SiriusXM Chief Content Officer Scott Greenstein, and Brian Baumgartner and a closing keynote conversation between actor Kevin Pollak and iHeartMedia Digital Audio Group CEO, Conal Byrne. Codie Elaine Oliver, co-creator and director of “Black Love”, is also set to appear. The rest of the jam-packed educational schedule is slated to cover everything from audience engagement, platform monetization, leveraging IP both to and from television and audio, and marketing cross-platform.