Unilever’s Rob Master Joins Discussion at TVWeek-Ad Age Upfront Summit

Apr 16, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Unilever’s Director of North American Media, Rob Master, will be one of the participants at the TelevisionWeek-Advertising Age Upfront Summit on Thursday, April 23. The announcement was made by TelevisionWeek Publisher and Editorial Director Chuck Ross.
“The 2009 Upfront is sure to be the most challenging yet,” said Mr. Ross. “That’s why we’ve brought together some of the most intuitive minds in the industry, including Mr. Master, to provide attendees with a ‘survival kit’ that will help them make it through these turbulent times.”
Master joins an impressive list of industry experts already scheduled to speak, including:
Ed Erhardt, President, Customer Marketing and Sales, ESPN
Daryl Evans, VP, Consumer Advertising and Marketing Communications, AT&T
Barry Frey, Executive VP, Advanced Platform Sales, Cablevision
Peggy Green, Vice Chairman, Zenith Media USA
Karl Meisenbach, Director of Advertising and Sponsorship Sales, HDNet and HDNet Movies
Henry Schleiff, President and CEO, Crown Media USA
Tim Spengler, President, Initiative USA
Page Thompson, CEO, Omnicom Media Group North America
Special keynote with Ed Carroll, Chief Operating Officer, Rainbow Entertainment Services
Now in its ninth year, the TelevisionWeek/Advertising Age Upfront Television Advertising Summit is the most authoritative Upfront meeting of its kind, providing media planners, ad buyers and industry executives with a unique forum in which to discuss the multibillion-dollar Upfront ad market.
This year’s Summit will be held at New York’s Roosevelt Hotel on Thursday, April 23, from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Breakfast is served at 8:30, with the event beginning at 9 a.m.
For more information and registration, go to www.tvweek.com/upfrontsummit.


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