Michael Wolff to Keynote Opening Day at Canada's Prime Time Conference
The Hollywood Reporter contributor will talk about cable TV's surprising success in the digital age.
Michael Wolff is set to talk about the golden age of TV in the digital age when he delivers the opening keynote speech at the Prime Time conference in Ottawa next month.
The author and columnist, who contributes to The Hollywood Reporter, is expected to spotlight cable TV's success in the emerging digital age he addresses top Canadian media players on March 5 in the Canadian capital.
Wolff will join a keynote lineup in Ottawa that includes Ted Hope, a co-founder of Good Machine and ex-Fandor chief who recently returned to film producing.
Karen Miller, vp worldwide programming strategy, acquisitions and co-productions at Disney Channels Worldwide, and Liz Wise, vp current programming at The CW, are also headed to Prime Time, which is organized by the Canadian Media Production Association.
Prime Time 2015 is set to run from March 4 to 6, 2015, in Ottawa.