Streaming Media West: Speaking Spots Still Open, But Not For Long

Now that the holiday is over, I am hard at work to secure the remaining open speaking spots at the Streaming Media West show in San Jose in November. We have 113 speaking spots in total and about 70% are already spoken for.  We have confirmed speakers from Xbox, MTV Networks, Sling Media, Roku, PBS, Adobe, Motorola, Turner Broadcasting, Revision3, Boxee, Move Networks, All Things Digital, NBC, NHL, GigaOm, Microsoft, Lockheed Martin, TiVo, ZillionTV, EPIX, Amazon Web Services, AP, MobiTV, CNN, Comcast, Verizon, Conde Nast Digital and many others.

While I still have many submissions to sort through, there are a bunch of open spots where I am looking for very specific speakers. Here is what's open and please make sure to read the details about each opportunity before you email me.

Tuesday Nov. 17th, 2009

Panel Session: The Evolution of Over-the-Top Video
Looking for content companies offering over-the-top video, MSO's or analysts and bloggers who write about and cover this subject in depth.

Panel Session: Monetization And Video Advertising Formats
Looking for a moderator for this session who has a lot of expertise with the different ad formats on the market and someone who is willing to take this session and re-focus it to talk about a facet of the online video advertising business.

Wednesday Nov. 18th, 2009

Panel Session: Monetizing Long-Form Video
Looking for a moderator for this session who can talk about how sites like Hulu are starting to get some traction with long-form video in addition to some of the content owners speaking on this session who will showcase a few examples of their own.

Thursday Nov. 19th, 2009

Panel Session: Live Broadcasts And HD Video: Can Web Video Ever Scale To TV-Sized Audiences?
This was a session I moderated myself at East and may do again for West, but am open to moderator suggestions as well as speaker suggestions. The focus on this panel will be about whether or not live events can make money, what the business model is, how it relates to TV distribution and whether or not the Internet can truly handle HD quality live events.

Panel Session: How Old Media Is Embracing Online Video and New Media
Looking for a moderator for this session, which contains a nice mix of old and new school media companies on the panel.

If you are interested in any of these speaking opportunities, please contact me ASAP and don't just send me an email saying, I want the spot. Please send me some details on your background, your bio, what prior speaking/moderating experience you have and how you are a fit for that particular topic.