Streaming Media West Program Published: Now Placing Speakers

Screen Shot 2015-08-07 at 12.19.50 PMThe advance program for the Streaming Media West conference, taking place November 17-18 in Huntington Beach, CA is now live. Speaker placement has started and 35+ speakers have already been placed. Review the full program and contact me if you are interested in speaking or placing someone on a session. We have sessions being organized by CableLabs, Ultra HD Forum, OATC (Open Authentication Technology Committee) and GOVA (Global Online Video Association).

Some of the topics covered at the show this year include:

  • Making Money With Video In An Unbundled World
  • Emerging Streaming Technologies: H.265, VP9, WebM, DASH, HTML5 & WebRTC
  • How Big Data Can Increase OTT Ad Revenue
  • The Future Of 4K and Ultra HD on Streaming Services
  • Encoding Live And On-Demand Video Using HEVC
  • Best Practices For Content Monetization & Distribution on Twitter
  • DRM In The Age Of HTML5: What You Need To Do Now
  • HEVC Revisited: Status, Justification And ROI In 2016
  • The Business Strategy Behind The Fragmenting OTT Market
  • Using OTT Workflows To Create Live-To-VOD Assets
  • Best Practices For Future Proofing Your File Based Workflow
  • Stream Stitching: Why the Buzz, Where it’s Working, and What Happens Next
  • Bye-Bye Browser: Product Strategy For OTT and TVE In The Post-PC Era
  • 4K Streaming: Cost, QoS, and Cutting Through The Hype
  • Building An Integrated, Multi-Platform Analytics Solution for TV Everywhere
  • Streaming Deployment Architectures in Higher Education
  • Choosing The Best Streaming Player For The Right Device
  • Creating A Great Streaming Channel On The Roku Platform
  • What Corporate Users Really Want From Their Webcasting/Video Platform
  • Predicting The Winners and Losers Of The Streaming Device Market
  • A Deep Dive Into The Video Behavior Of U.S. Consumers
  • OTT vs. Cable — The Pros and Cons
  • Real World Comparisons of H.265 and H.264 Compression
  • Benefits Of Deploying Multicast-Assisted ABR Within An Operator Network
  • Friction Free TV Everywhere Authentication
  • Windows 10 And Its Impact On The Media Ecosystem
  • How the Creator Revolution is Changing The Content Business
  • The Future of Video in a Multi-Screen World

In addition to these sessions, we will have two days and two tracks dedicated to live video streaming at our new Live Streaming Summit event. The summit focuses exclusively on the challenges and opportunities inherent in delivering large-scale live events and live linear channels to multiple screens. Best practices presentations will cover every step of the live video workflow, including ingestion, transcoding, management, protection, distribution, analytics, and post-event evaluation. The call for speakers for the Live Streaming Summit is still open, so get your submission in fast!

Confirmed speakers already include Twitter, Roku, FOX, Sony, Epix, Sling Media, NPR, T-Mobile, DIRECTV, Machinima, AP, Maker Studios, Microsoft, Ford, Oracle, Fox School of Business, OgilvyOne, BYU and others.