Alan Wolk veteran media analyst, former agency executive, and author of "Over The Top. How The Internet Is (Slowly But Surely) Changing The Television Industry" is Co-Founder and Lead Analyst at TV[R]EV where he helps networks, platforms, agencies, brands and ad tech companies navigate the rapidly shifting media landscape. A widely published columnist, speaker and industry thinker who is a regular on Cheddar TV, Wolk has built a following of over 3000K industry professionals on LinkedIn by speaking plainly and intelligently about TV and the media business.
Cofounder - BRaVe Ventures, TV[R]EV ////// Jesse is an Emmy-nominated and Shorty Award-winning storyteller who has become a leading voice in defining and reinventing the future of TV. Formerly SVP of NBCU and Chief Strategy Officer at Spredfast, Redniss has developed countless innovative TV initiatives in the digital space.
Cofounder - BRaVe Ventures, TVREV ////// David is a true change agent and “intrapreneur” with a background that spans incubating and leading a multi-award winning enterprise social media organization at Univision, to designing and accelerating growth initiatives as a strategy consultant (Bain & Company) for Fortune 100 Companies and top tier Private Equity firms.
Jason is the founder and CEO of Fabric Media, a media incubator and talent consortium. The company serves leading-edge TV disruptors- from data and analytics platforms to TV networks to emotional measurement companies. Damata has traveled the country for C-SPAN, where he worked with MSOs, produced educational political programming. He has served as CMO of Bebo when it was the world's 3rd largest social network, led marketing for Trendrr until it was acquired by Twitter and helped build the world's largest LIVE broadcast offering at explore.org where he built up a global syndication network. He is an analyst for companies on the edge of TV innovation such as iSpot, Inscape, Canvs, TNT and more.
L.A.-based writer, podcast host, teacher and analyst. Focused on the collision of tech, entertainment and media. Also into politics, sports, art, video games, VR/AR, blockchain and much more. Two remarkable descendants.
Mike Shields is a veteran media editor and journalist that has covered the emerging video and advertising beat for nearly 20 years for industry defining publications ranging from Wall Street Journal, Adweek, Digiday, Media Week. Most recently Mike led the advertising industry editorial for Business Insider. His work covering America’s biggest companies and hottest issues means his perspective is informed by a deep rolodex of contacts and he knows how to cut through the bullsh*t.