Friday, May 29, 2009

Streaming Media East 2009 and Content Delivery Summit Videos Now Online at

If you didn't make it to Steaming Media East 2009 or the Content Delivery Summit this year or if you didn't see the live streams or selected video archives by ScribeMedia or TV Worldwide, you can now watch the official videos at There were over 40 sessions with nearly 170 speakers between the two events which brought together the best and the brightest minds in the online video industry to discuss the latest online video technology and the business models. All presentations from the sessions have been archived as well can be downloaded at

Dan Rayburn said that most of the videos from the conference are available with a few more to be added over the weekend. As with the videos from the previous few years they're archived in a Brightcove media player with embed codes to insert in your website or blog. The videos were recorded, edited and encoded by Quality Tech's media services division. Like Dan, I'll also be highlighting some of the videos on the blog over the next few weeks.

In the meantime, here's a few more Streaming Media East related news stories I've included since my last post:

ScribeMedia.Org: The Business, Technology and Culture of Digital Media | boxee and YuMe @ Streaming Media East
By Peter Cervieri in Naked Media on May 29, 2009
Dorian interviewed Avner Ronen, CEO, boxee, and Bob Bahramipour, VP Business Development, YuMe, at the Streaming Media East conference in NYC. Streaming Media Podcast #29: Datmedia's New Enhanced Podcasting Tool
May 27, 2009 - by Tim Siglin
To listen, click here.

Advertising on Internet TV Shows and Movies | Inside Digital Media
by Phil Leigh on May 26, 2009
If you would like to learn the latest from an expert about video ads for premium Internet streams such as popular TV shows and movies, this interview is for you. Our guest today is Steve Robinson who is the CEO of Panache. His company provides an ad-insertion platform that offers media and entertainment companies the infrastructure to generate advertising revenues from their video streams. Representative clients include MTV, VH1, Country Music Channel, and Nickelodeon, among others. We caught-up with Steve at the Streaming Media East conference where we could get a chance to learn his thoughts on the future of video advertising. Steve emphasized that his company is focused on premium content providers and probably accounts for about 10% – 15% of the business in his industry outside of YouTube. HD Online at the Tipping Point
Tim Siglin - May 22, 2009 Click here to learn more!
In a Streaming Media East keynote that deserves a more detailed look, Akamai’s Paul Sagan traced the history of internet video and proposed that it’s finally at the point where it’s truly competitive with TV.

Save the Dates for Streaming Media East 2010: Hilton New York, May 11-12, 2010