Streaming Media East Program Done, See The Agenda – Now Placing Speakers

I've been quiet on the blog lately as I have been working hard on the Streaming Media East conference agenda. I am happy to say that the Advance Program for the show is now complete, including the new dedicated track on the subject of HTML5 video. You can view the entire agenda here.

I am going to begin placing speakers today and if you want to recommend a speaker for the program, please email me the details. I will begin looking through all of the speaker submissions this weekend that I have already received.

I'm also excited to announce that we have some great moderators lined up to help lead the discussions at the show including Peter Kafka from All Things Digital, Greg Sandoval from CNET, David Kaplan from, Dan Frommer from The Business Insider, Ashkan Karbasfrooshan from, Andy Plesser from, Jonathan Hurd from Altman Vilandrie & Company and others.

Here is a list of the session titles:

  • Device Demos: Boxee, Western Digital, Logitech
  • Winning With Ad Buyers: What Makes Your Video Inventory Valuable?
  • How-To: Technical Set-Up of Live Streaming Production
  • Online Video Platforms: Simplifying the Content Publishing Workflow
  • Strategies for Preparing Your Video for Tablets and Mobile Devices
  • Winners and Losers in Over the Top Video
  • Enterprise Video: Phase Two
  • Device Demos: Apple, Roku, Sony, Western Digital
  • Transcoding: In-House Or In The Cloud?
  • How Streaming Video Is Changing The Television Landscape
  • Challenges, Opportunities, and Best Practices of Enterprise Social Video
  • Internet-Enabled TVs And Their Content Platforms
  • How Video News has been Transformed by the Web and Mobile
  • The Future of Video In Education
  • Cutting The Cord On TV: Will Online Video Really Lead To Cable's Demise?
  • Cost Savings From Enterprise Streaming: How The Conversation Has Changed
  • The Potential For Monetizing Over-The-Top Video
  • If Audience Buying is the Future, Why is Video Still Sold by the View?
  • How To: Enterprise Video Case Studies
  • The Impact Of Broadband-Enabled TVs, Gaming Consoles, And Devices
  • Open Distribution vs. Premium Monetization: Striking the Right Balance
  • Building A Content Brand Using Social Media
  • Monetization And Video Advertising Formats
  • How To: Encoding For Adaptive Streaming
  • Friend or Foe? MSOs, ISPs, and the Impact of TV Everywhere
  • How Old Media Is Embracing Online Video and New Media

And here are the HTML5 video based sessions:

  • The Business Case for HTML5 Video
  • How To: Encoding Video for iDevices
  • HTML5 And Web Video Standards
  • How To: Building an HTML5 Video Player
  • How Flash and HTML5 Can Work Together
  • Debunking HTML5 Video Myths: A Guide for Video Publishers
  • How To: Encoding Video For HTML5
  • HTML5, the iPad, and the iPhone: What You Need to Know
  • Demos: New Products For Encoding and Delivering HTML5-Compatible Video

In addition to the new HTML5 video track, we're also going to have a new device pavilion on the show floor where attendees will be able to get hands on with more than two dozen broadband enabled devices. I'll give more details on that soon. In the mean time, online registration is now live and you can get a free Roku HD if you register early.