Three Speaking Spots Open For Streaming Media West

We're now at over 100 speakers for the Streaming Media West show next month in San Jose and I have only 3 spots left to fill in the program. I am accepting all inquiries from anyone interested in any of these last 3 spots which will all be selected in the next 24 hours. Please e-mail me if interested.

Tuesday, November 6, 2007
Entertainment Devices: How TiVo, Xbox, and iPod's Are Changing The Content Landscape
Today, with the influx of new entertainment devices, consumers no longer rely on just the PC for their online video consumption. Between iPhones and iPods, their Xboxs and TiVos, consumers now have many ways to get their video fix. So what are the new business models that will be created from these new devices? What current hurdles need to be solved so that content can be monetized for multiple platforms? Explore with this panel the role of current consumer entertainment devices in this new convergent world and how these devices will play together to offer a superior video experience.

Wednesday, November 7, 2007
Using Video to Drive Revenue Growth in the Enterprise
Today, companies' uses of enterprise video deployments are typically justified with the ROI metric of cost savings. While there is no doubt that this is part of the value proposition, some data suggests that revenue generation-rather than cost savings-is the true “killer app” for the enterprise. This panel of corporate users will discuss the implications of using video in the enterprise with an eye towards revenue generation, and they'll explain how streaming video can accelerate a product launch or bring new sales people up to speed, resulting in revenue growth.

Wednesday, November 7, 2007
Evaluating and Choosing The Right Methods Of Video Delivery
With all the various means of distribution and protocols available for video today-CDN, P2P, streaming, progressive download-there is still no single solution that will meet all customers' needs perfectly across all platforms and devices. Learn the various methodologies for content distribution, as well as the pros and cons of each type. Speakers will also discuss which methodologies apply best to which platforms and geographic locations based on type of content, length and format of video, and target audiences. Panelists will also provide you with guidelines and formulas for determining the best single and/or hybrid solution for your online video distribution needs.