SM East Conference: Advance Program Live, Speakers Wanted

The advance program for the Streaming Media East conference and exhibition taking place May 19-21st in NYC is now available for download.

We’ll have over 100 speakers and 30 sessions, many of which will be interactive with live demos, presentations and how-to sessions. Many shows put six or seven speakers on a session or fill the agenda with vendor sales pitches. At Streaming Media East, nearly 75% of our speakers are customers who are buying and deploying these services and products today.

Here is the list of all the session names and full descriptions of each session can be found in the PDF:

  • How Old Media Is Embracing Online Video and New Media
  • Reinventing The Ad Model Through Discovery And Targeting
  • Using Adobe Media Server To Deliver Live And On-Demand Video
  • Mergers and Acquisitions: Wall Street’s View
  • Monetizing And Aggregating Niche Video Content
  • Live Broadcasting Over Mobile And Wi-Fi Networks
  • The H.264 Convergence
  • Comparing and Using Online Video Codecs
  • Online Video: Should Content Creators Get a Cut?
  • Effective Advertising Models For Short-form Video Marketing
  • Codec Comparison: VP6, H.264, And Windows Media
  • CDN Pricing: The Going Rate For Video Delivery
  • Lifecasting: The New Broadcasting Platform
  • Planning, Building, and Launching a Successful Podcast
  • P2Ps Role In Delivering Online Video
  • New Advertising Platforms and Networks
  • Creating And Promoting Amateur And Viral Videos
  • Best Practices in Enterprise Streaming for Communications and Learning
  • Ad Networks Vs. Branded Video Sites
  • Deploying On-Demand and Live Media Experiences with Microsoft Silverlight
  • Entertainment Devices: How TiVo, Xbox, and iPhone’s Are Changing Content Consumption
  • Adobe Media Player: Creating, Delivering, and Monetizing Branded Video
  • User-Generated Video in Education
  • Delivering Media For Microsoft Silverlight With Windows Server 2008
  • Tools And Best Practices For The Enterprise Streaming Media Department
  • Beyond The Classroom: Reaching A Global And Mobile Audience With Elearning
  • Independent Content: Creating New Revenue Streams
  • Planning & Executing Successful Webcasts
  • Evaluating and Choosing The Right Methods Of Video Delivery

Nearly 65% of the speakers have already been confirmed and will begin going on the website next week. While the call for speakers closed last month, over the coming weeks I will be posting some open speaking spots I have for some very specific sessions. Your best way to stay up to date is to sign up to the blog in your RSS reader so you don’t miss out on potential speaking opportunities.