Monday, May 11, 2009

Streaming Media East 2009 Pre-Show News

Streaming Media East 2009 kicks off tomorrow in New York City and some press releases and pre-show news is already hitting the wires. Here's a collection of some of the initial news to kick off the coverage of the annual conference and exhibition which is now in its 12th year. Stay tuned for more news and analysis in the coming days and weeks.

Thanks For A Great CDN Summit: Lots To Cover, Many Posts To Come | The Business Of Online Video
6a00d834518e1c69e20115703067ab970b-800wi.jpg Our thanks to the 200+ attendees at today's Content Delivery Summit for making the show a great success. We had a really nice mix of content delivery customers, vendors and Wall Street analysts in the crowd with lots of networking and very focused discussions taking place. There is so much to cover from the summit and I'll try to get some posts up as soon as I can. We'll also have the video archives up shortly. In the mean time, you can already find some of the presentations here.

Reminder: NYC Video Networking Event Tonight | The Business Of Online Video
Nyvideo-logo Tonight we're teaming up with the NY Video Meetup group to once again host their monthly event at the Hilton Hotel in midtown, the night before the Streaming Media East show opens.

NY Video Meetup, Streaming Media East Edition | Online Video Watch
Can’t make it to tonight’s meetup? Here it is:

More Than 20 Companies Show Support for Adobe 'Strobe'
At the 2009 Streaming Media East Conference, Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE) today announced that global media companies, content delivery networks (CDNs), publishers and advertising networks are embracing Adobe’s open framework for building custom media players. Code-named “Strobe”, the new framework will help establish an industry standard for media players and will offer production-ready components to streamline the development process, reducing the time content publishers spend creating playback technologies. Since Strobe was announced on April 20, 2009 more than 20 companies in the online media space – including, Akamai,, Brightcove, CDNetworks, Digitalsmiths, Eyewonder, GlanceGuide, Grab Networks, Incited Media, iStreamplanet, KickApps, Level 3 Communications, Limelight Networks, Multicast Media, Nielsen, Omniture, Panache, PointRoll, ScanScout, Thumbplay, Visible Measures, and YuMe – plan to support the Strobe framework.
I'll explore this with some of the industry's leading minds tomorrow at Streaming Media East. The advent of a lean-back online video browsing experience ...

The Business of Silverlight: Streaming Media East and Linux Update
Miguel and the Novell team released the first source code release for Moonlight. Congrats to them for making this great milestone and look forward to seeing what contributions come about to the project.

On2 Technologies To Exhibit Latest Video Technologies at Streaming ...

PR Newswire (press release)
... transcoding products at the Streaming Media East 2009 conference and exhibition, to be held on May 12 and 13 at the New York Hilton in New York City . ...

Qumu Delivers New Multicast Plug-In for Microsoft Silverlight ®

Market Wire (press release)
- ‎18 hours ago‎
Qumu will be demonstrating the new Multicast Plug-in for Silverlight with Microsoft at the Streaming Media East Conference and Exhibition in New York, ...

Mirror Image Internet Taps Wowza Media Systems for Multi-Protocol Streaming Capabilities
Business Wire (press release)
... of the Wowza Media Server Pro Advanced platform and to meet with representatives from Wowza and Mirror Image, visit Wowza at Streaming Media East, ...

Streaming Media East - Jan Ozer talk on H.264 - my brief notes : Compression techniques
by Craig Seeman on May 11, 2009 at 8:21:25 pm
Streaming Media East - Jan Ozer talk on H.264- my brief notes
Jan often does extensive direct testing before making observations. These are points I thought were most interesting...

Chicago Social Networking Examiner: A preview of what’s next in on-line video.
by Ron Shulkin -- May 11, 2009 --
Streaming Media East
kicks off tonight with a meet up. Video is the most engaging part of social networking. Multi media tugs at all of our senses. It increases the likelihood we viewers absorb the material presented. And the Streaming Media East show this week presents an opportunity to see some of the best of what the industry has to offer.

Brightcove Online Video Platform - Brightcove Blog
Brightcove is gearing up for a big Streaming Media East conference this year, which is being held at the New York Hilton, May 12-13. If you're planning on attending, be sure to stop by our booth in the Internet TV Pavilion exhibit hall. You can also check out one of our panels...

Verizon Experts to Discuss Future of Video Streaming at 'Streaming Media East' Conference May... -
NEW YORK - With leading broadband and video products already in the market and with CDN and direct-connection options open to content owners, Verizon has a unique perspective on the future of video streamed over the Internet. Verizon experts will appear on two panels and give one keynote this week at the 12th Streaming Media East conference.

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Developing a Rich Video Player for Flash: Resources - FlashConnections
Author: lisa larson~kelley
Just wrapped up a three-hour workshop at Streaming Media East here in NYC on building video players for Flash. Thanks to everyone who attended for staying alert for the full three hours — what a marathon! As promised, here are the resources for the talk; some links, and the example source code...

Updated May 13, 2009