Streaming Media West Program Done, Speakers Now Being Selected

Some of you may have noticed I've not blogged much over the past week and that's because I've been hard at work on finishing the advance program for the Streaming Media West show taking place in LA this year from November 1-3. The program is now down, all session subjects have been chosen and now it's time for me to begin the speaker selection process.

Here's a quick run down of all the session/presentation titles and you can download a PDF of the program with all of the session descriptions here.

  • Technology Bakeoff: VP8 vs. H.264
  • iPad Revolution: Streaming Media Boon or Bandwidth Bust?
  • Internet-Enabled TVs And The Future Of The Connected Living Room
  • Device Showdown: Roku, Xbox, PS3, and Apple TV
  • Defining Advertising Standards And Stacks
  • Debunking HTML5 Video Myths: A Guide For Video Publishers
  • Mobile Video Syndication: App Stores and Smartphones
  • Online Video Use Cases For Small And Medium Size Businesses
  • The Future of Video In Education
  • Here Comes Google: TV Meets The Web
  • The Future Of Enterprise Webcasting
  • What the Advertisers Want: Meet The Online Video Ad Buyers
  • The Impact Of TV Everywhere And Over-The-Top Video
  • Original Web Content: Are We Monitized Yet?
  • Entertainment Content In The Cloud
  • Windows Media Server and Network Troubleshooting In The Enterprise
  • How Old Media Is Embracing Online Video and New Media
  • Cutting The Cord On TV: Will Online Video Really Lead To Cable's Demise?
  • Cost Savings From Enterprise Streaming: How The Conversation Has Changed
  • Monetization And Video Advertising Formats
  • The Impact Of Broadband-Enabled TVs, Gaming Consoles And Devices
  • CDN Pricing: The Going Rate For Video Delivery
  • Successful Content Syndication And Aggregation Strategies
  • How To Produce Effective Educational Video
  • HTML5 And Web Video Standards
  • How Streaming Video Is Changing The Television Landscape


  • HTML5 And Web Video Standards
  • Encoding H.264 Video for Streaming and Progressive Download
  • Live Streaming with Microsoft Silverlight and Windows Media
  • Flexible Delivery and Interactive Experiences on the Adobe Flash Platform

If you think you have a speaker that would be a good fit for one of these sessions, you have until Friday to send in a speaking request.