Here we go! Just a few weeks after visiting New York City for the DemandGen B2B Content2Conversion conference, we’re back! This time for Streaming Media East, the number-one event for online video business and technology.
The event is Tuesday May 15 and Wednesday, May 16 at the Hilton NYC, and we’re in booth #201.
Here are a few highlights:
- On Tuesday at 9:00 AM, Matt Frost, Senior Business Product Manager on Google’s Chrome team, will deliver the keynote address, discussing video strategy for the web platform.
- At 10AM, Michael Kolowich of KnowledgeVision will demonstrate our latest releases on the presentation stage. We think you’ll be excited at our new capabilities – Michael will cover the latest details at the demo.
- At 10:30, breakout sessions begin, including Video Platform Deployment in Higher Education with Andy Page of Cornell University, and if you want your MTV, attend Technical Setup of Live Streaming Production with Rob Roskin of MTV Networks.
- At 11:45, check out a review of YouTube’s New Content Channels with Jim Louderback, CEO of Revision3, and learn Techniques to Make Your Videos Go Viral from Dan Greenberg, Co-Founder and CEO of Sharethrough.
- After lunch, I’ll probably attend the discussion Original Web Series at the Tipping Point led by Ran Harnevo of AOL, or maybe the informative HOW-TO: Video Player Development
- Across Multiple Screens with Lisa Larson-Kelley.
- Want to make a living on YouTube? Jenni Powell of VidCon will talk about how, or you can attend Optimizing Video for HTML5 and Flash with Robert Reinhardt of videoRx. Considering that I haven’t seen a TV ad in years, I will probably check out a couple of sessions on Internet TV in the afternoon.
There are a lot more panels and sessions throughout the day and on Wednesday! See the full Streaming Media East Program!
A note: One thing I love to do when visiting NYC is run in Central Park. With all of the paths and boulevards crossing it, it’s possible to map out 5k, 5 mile or even 10k runs. I’ll be out there before each day’s events (weather permitting) so if anybody wants to run, contact me @knowledgevision.
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