Can traditional television survive the Digital Revolution? Join Wired.com’s Editor in Chief, Evan Hansen for a discussion on the new realities of entertainment: Register today
June 10, 2010

Do Not Adjust Your Set. Can traditional television survive the Digital Revolution?

To help answer this question, please join Wired.com’s Editor in Chief, Evan Hansen for a discussion on the new realities of entertainment and all things digital.

More Questions and Background

What should we expect in our “connected” lives? What are the high-tech alternatives to traditional TV. What are the implications of social media for business?

Gone are the days when we scrambled to the set to catch our favourite shows in their scheduled timeslot. The new environment has unprecedented competition faced by television broadcasters from other forms of entertainment – for viewers and ad dollars

Today’s viewers want personalized, on-demand access — and a host of high-tech innovators are giving them exactly that.

The Venue

Monday, June 21, 2010

7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

Events on the Park – 1095 Leslie St reet, Toronto, ON


Registration Details

Members $65 (Board of Trade)

Non-members $85

Member table of 8 $520

Non-member table of 8 $680

(Prices do not include applicable taxes)

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or call 416.862.4500


** Part of the KPMG Partnership series, supported by the Toronto Board of Trade, Accenture, Telus, RBC, Samsung, the Globe & Mail and CATAAlliance