20th Century Fox TV chairs Gary Newman and Dana Walden will be among the keynote speakers at next month’s National Assn. of Broadcasters confab in Las Vegas.

Newman and Walden will discuss the challenges and opportunities traditional TV studios face at a time of technological upheaval and other industry trends. The April 12 Q&A sesh will be moderated by Los Angeles Times biz reporter Joe Flint. The confab runs April 10-15 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

20th is having a strong season with its frosh crop of series, including three bona fide hits: Fox’s offbeat tuner “Glee” and animated comedy “The Cleveland Show” and ABC’s family laffer “Modern Family.”

Newman and Walden have jointly led 20th since 1999.