SM East Show: Speakers From Cable, Broadcast and Device Markets Announced

SMEast-Logo I'm pleased to announce that the first group of speakers have been confirmed for the Streaming Media East show, May 10th-11th in NYC. We've already got a great lineup of cable networks, broadcasters, MSOs and device manufactures who will discuss topics around cord cutting; monetizing over-the-top video; the impact Netflix is having on the broadcast TV business; winners and Losers in over-the-top video; the impact of broadband-enabled devices; and a lot more.

These are just a few of the topics that executives from the following companies will discuss including Comcast, CBS Interactive, Turner Broadcasting, MTV Networks, PBS, A&E Television Networks, EPIX, Huffington Post, AOL Video, Hearst, NHL, CNET, Boxee, Roku, TiVo, Western Digital, Sony PlayStation, MSN/Bing Video, Yahoo!, Revision3, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and others.

In addition to these companies, another large group of content owners, MSOs, publishers and enterprise end-users are also in the stages of being confirmed. With more than 150 speakers over 40 sessions, including our dedicated track on HTML5 Video, Streaming Media East is the show to be at this year. And to make things easier on your wallet, readers of my blog can now register for the show using the promo code of DAN, which gets you into all the sessions and access to all the speakers for only $695.

You can also register for free for an exhibits pass and get access to the show floor, keynotes and the broadband-enabled device pavilion where you will be able to get hands-on with more than 30 streaming media devices.