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Revolutionary Video and Mobile Technologies for Conventions
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Social Photo Kiosk
Viral social marketing. Meanwhile build your own attendee database
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Select from our bureau of famous guest speakers and personalities
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APEC 2011
If CTV-Digital can produce APEC-TV we can produce your next event.
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CTV News and Upcoming Events

More Than a New Look, It’s a Paradigm Shift

In The Beginning

Since it’s inception in 1999, Convention Television launched with its familiar yellow and black logo. The logo was actually created in a Motion Graphics Studio. Four separate components of the logo would come together on-screen to form the CTV logo. The video version of the logo was adopted and has been on our masthead ever since.

Then, A Paradigm Shift

In August of 2011, CTV was selected by the Hawaii Host Committee of the Asian Pacific Economic Conference (APEC) to produce APEC-TV, along with its production partner, 1013 Integrated of Honolulu, Hawaii. APEC in Hawaii was a once in a lifetime honor for the State of Hawaii, to have the leaders of 21 World Economic Powers and its leaders, hosted by the United States, and President Obama.

It was truly an honor in being selected to produce APEC-TV and along the way, we discovered that what had always been true was now shifting into a new paradigm..

In this day of the Internet, Smart Devices and Social Media, distribution to just the traditional brick-and-mortar hotel room was longer good enough.

Powerful Content: Created Locally … Accessible Globally.

To effectively meet the unprecedented demand of a huge impending international event, CTV’s best and brightest created a fundamental shift at the very core of CTV.

CTV-Digital’s new path was created … a path so simple, yet so powerful … and more than capable of handling today’s event communication needs.

Powerful and interactive content is still generated at the local level, but now accessible globally via real-time streaming online, our client’s websites, touch-screen kiosks, iPhones, Android devices and tablets.

By the Opening Day of APEC, APEC-TV was viewed in 28,000 Waikiki Hotels, both by  dignitaries and attendees, as well as worldwide by hundreds of thousands and still today through active online archives.

And so a new direction and logo was born at CTV-Digital in response to this new dynamic paradigm shift in event communications. We are proud to offer all our digital CTV services – or any combination thereof – to our clients in meeting – and exceeding – their communication needs at their next convention, tradeshow, conference or event.

For further information, contact: Mark E. Jensen, President & Executive Producer, 808-371-3535.

BREAKING NEWS: Look for these Upcoming Stories

  • CTV-Digital & The Hilton Hawaiian Village sign strategic Agreement
  • CTV-Digital & The Marriott Marquis in San Francisco sign strategic Agreement
  • CTV-Digital retains “Task Force One” & Powerhouse Julie Gates to head Sales & Marketing at The Moscone Center
  • CTV-Digital enters Joint Venture with Pacific Digital Signs of Honolulu for expertise in Touch Screen, WayFinder, and Digital, Social Products
  • CTV-Digital to produce The Pacific Telecommunication Council’s 2013 telecast in Honolulu, Hawaii, Hilton Hawaiian Village
  • CTV-Digital introduces new Social Media Photo Kiosk to the San Francisco Marketplace
  • CTV-Digital retains Wally “Famous” Amos to unique company roles
  • CTV-Digital to open operations in Seattle, Washington in early 2013

STARWOOD HAWAII PARTNERS WITH CONVENTION TELEVISION

(CTV) TO PROVIDE NEW SERVICES
Partnership called Association Ally

Honolulu (November 19, 2010) – Starwood Hotels & Resorts Hawaii has formed a strategic partnership – called Association Ally – with Convention Television (CTV), a CNN-style, dedicated, “narrowcast” television programming service, the premier convention media company of its kind. The Association Ally partnership will provide convention organizers as well as convention-goers with a range of services that enhance the convention experience at Starwood Hotels & Resorts in Waikiki, The Westin Maui Resort & Spa and The Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa (on the Big Island of Hawaii).

The new partnership will bring Starwood Hawaii’s association customers – and convention attendees – the following benefits:
·        Dedicated in-room business channels to communicate the convention’s daily calendar of events, special association programming, activities, VIP interviews, etc.
·        Customized videos to help build excitement for the destination
·        Intuitive sponsorship packages designed to help meeting planners secure needed support
·        Progressive food and beverage discounts for meals taken at leisure
·        Added audio/visual and box-handling considerations
·        Optional blocks with Starwood’s Sheraton, Westin and Luxury Collection resorts

“We are always looking for ways to enhance the meeting experience at our properties,” said Keith Vieira, senior vice president of operations for Starwood Hotels & Resorts – Hawaii & French Polynesia. “Our Association Ally partnership with CTV, with its up-to-the-minute technology and best-in-class service, will help drive meeting attendance and increase productivity. The partnership brings content that’s relevant, timely and up-to-date right into meeting-goers’ rooms and suites, allowing them to stay updated 24/7 and giving meeting organizers an ideal channel with which to stay in touch with attendees.”

For additional information, please call Paula Dirks, Director of Sales, Group Market at (808) 931-8800 or mailto:paula.dirks@starwoodhotels.com or Mark E. Jensen, President & CEO, Convention Television at (808) 371-3535 or mailto:mark@ctvnational.com

View additional news pdf: Association Ally