Bringing Television Worlds to Life

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February 13, 2020

About The Event

Governors Chris Thomes & Lori H. Schwartz, along with the Interactive Media Peer Group Executive Committee, invite IMPG members and a guest to a panel discussion and networking opportunity discussing the recent trend in ambitious, immersive installations used to promote IP.

Bringing Television Worlds to Life 

From pop-ups to full-blown immersive installations, experiential television activations have become a hugely popular way for fans to experience the worlds of their favorite TV shows. Opportunities to interact with characters and show elements create a fun and memorable way to drive awareness, engagement, and deeper emotional connections with fans.

Thought leaders and experts in this business will discuss their goals in creating and launching these increasingly ambitious and effective installations, as well as discussing success metrics and post event engagements.


  • Marc Simons, Co-Founder, Giant Spoon
  • Derek Berry, Operating Partner, Saved By The Max
  • Marty LaSalle, Head of Experiental, CAA Global Brands Group

Additional panelists to be announced


  • Eric W. Shamlin, SVP Growth, MediaMonks

7:00 PM Welcome Reception
Panel to follow

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Special Thanks to


Only Television Academy Members with valid membership cards. Seating is subject to availability; first come, first served. Admittance is not guaranteed.

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Please do not invite any members into the group who are not part of the IMPG. It is for private conversation among members of our peer group only.

Produced By

This event is hosted
by the Television Academy
and MediaMonks.

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February 13, 2020
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7:00 pm to 9:00 pm PST



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