For the better part of the last century, the entertainment industry has been honoring its finest with accolades, statuettes, and trophies bestowed upon individuals in front of the camera and behind the music (as well as everywhere in between). And while the acceptance speeches haven’t much changed (mothers, voting bodies, and God will most likely continue as customary favorites to thank), the method by which the winners deliver those speeches most certainly has.
Social media platforms—like Twitter, Facebook, and countless more—have not only revolutionized the “thank you,” they’ve changed how honorees of the entertainment industries’ most sought-after awards market themselves and their products, connect with fans, and act when they’re on the podium.
Join us for a roundtable discussion with the major awards shows across the four pillars of entertainment: music, television, movies, and online video.
Hear from representatives from the Grammys, the Emmys, the Oscars, and the Streamys, along with dick clark productions, responsible for the Golden Globes, the American Music Awards, and the Academy of Country Music Awards, about how social media has taken the live awards experience to the next level.