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150+ Speakers to Showcase Latest Streaming Media Business Models at Streaming Media East in NYC
New offerings this year include a dedicated HTML5 Track and ‘Broadband Device Pavilion’ for getting hands-on with the latest devices and content platforms
Medford, NJ – April 25, 2011 – StreamingMedia.com, a leading producer of news, information and events dedicated to the business, technology and content of online video today announced that its annual Streaming Media East Exhibition and Conference will be held May 10-11 at the Hilton New York in midtown Manhattan. Attended by more than 3,000 executives last year, Streaming Media East targets media owners, broadcasters, viral video creators, online marketers, enterprise corporations, ad agencies, educators, application developers and others for whom the latest online video technologies are key to their business models.
Each year the Streaming Media East conference and exhibition brings attendees innovative content from compelling speakers as well as face-time with major industry players in the exhibit hall. “This year is even better, with the addition of innovative new offerings, including a dedicated HTML5 track as well as a ‘Broadband Device Pavilion’ that enables attendees to get hands-on with more than 25 of the latest hardware devices and content platforms,” said Dan Rayburn, Conference Chairman & Executive Vice President, StreamingMedia.com.
Streaming Media East 2011 features over 150 speakers across more than 40 sessions covering the following topics:
- How To: Encoding Video For HTML5
- Cutting The Cord On TV
- Winners and Losers in Over the Top Video
- How Video News has been Transformed by the Web and Mobile
- Enhancing the OTT Experience
- How To: Encoding Video for iDevices
- Device Demos: Apple, Roku, Microsoft, Sony
- How Streaming Video Is Changing The Television Landscape
- Strategies for Preparing Your Video for Tablets and Mobile Devices
- How-To: Technical Set-Up of Live Streaming Production
- The Impact Of Broadband-Enabled TVs, Gaming Consoles, And Devices
- Monetization And Video Advertising Formats
- Building A Content Brand Using Social Media
- HTML5 And Web Video Standards
- Enterprise Video: Phase Two
- The Future of Video In Education
- Online Video Platforms: Simplifying the Content Publishing Workflow
Rayburn noted that Streaming Media East focuses on giving attendees real information they can apply immediately in their business. Nearly 75% of the speakers are customers who are buying and deploying online video services and products today and include: HBO, CBS, FOX, MTV, AOL, MLB, NBA, ABC, USA Network, PBS, Starz, WSJ, TIME, Huffington Post, Roku, Boxee, TiVo, Samsung, Western Digital, Yahoo!, YouTube, Blockbuster, News Corp., NYT, A&E, EPIX, Turner, VUDU, Zune Video, VEVO, Hearst, Adobe, Cisco, Lockheed Martin, Wells Fargo, UBS, Oracle, Coldwell Banker, Boeing, Kantar Video, Mediavest, OgilvyInteractive, Euro RSCG and many more.
Running concurrently with Streaming Media East is the Content Delivery Summit on May 9th, which brings together telecom carriers, service providers, content owners, and industry vendors for a detailed look at CDN platforms and the delivery of video and rich-media content.
To register to attend Streaming Media West 2010 and the Content Delivery Summit, go to www.streamingmedia.com/east or phone (800) 300-9868 or (609) 654-6266.
About StreamingMedia.com events
StreamingMedia.com’s conferences and expositions are the largest and most prestigious events in the world for the business of video and audio on the Internet. Bringing together leading companies and technologies, StreamingMedia.com events are the industry’s meeting place for streaming media professionals who want to learn, network and make business deals. Executives and technology decisionmakers from all over the world have attended these annual events in New York, California and London. Focused on the “business” of streaming media in the Media & Entertainment, Enterprise, Education and Broadcast sectors, they are the industry’s leading forum bringing together digital media experts and professionals in order to exchange ideas, strategies and success stories. The shows provide an interactive exhibit floor enabling vendors to exhibit their products and solutions to businesses and organizations looking to incorporate streaming media enterprise solutions into their infrastructure.