Looking For “How-To” Presentations at Streaming Media East

sm-west-arowsThe program for the 2013 Streaming Media East show (#smeast), taking place May 21-22, is coming along nicely with the program nearly complete. I’ll publish the advance program in about a week and will then start placing speakers for all of the round table panels. But I still have room for a few more how-to presentations, which are stand-alone speaking spots that instruct the audience how to do something. So if you’re interested in teaching the audience about a facet of the industry, reach out to me now with your proposal. Here is a list of the presentations already confirmed:

  • How To: Building a DASH-264 Client
  • How To: Choosing An Online Video Platform
  • How To: Best Practices For a Live Streaming Production
  • How To: Evaluating the Effectiveness Of Your H.264 Encoder
  • How To: Encoding Video for iDevices
  • How To: Choosing an Enterprise-Class Video Encoder
  • How To: Integrating Social Media With Webcasting at HuffPost Live
  • How To: Using VOD Content To Create A Live Channel

In addition to the how-to presentations, I’ve already confirmed speakers from HBO, Comcast, AOL, Yahoo!, YouTube, BBC, HuffPost, Boeing, Roku, Netflix, Viacom, Starz and others. The program is shaping up nicely and speakers are being confirmed much earlier than last year, so if you missed out on sending in a submission, reach out to me now.