Successful Content Syndication and Aggregation Strategies Track C (C105) 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Sunday, May 31, 2009
Saturday, May 30, 2009
|Content Production for the Web|
|Track C (C103) 1:45 PM - 2:30 PM|
If the sitcom and miniseries were the unique genres of broadcast TV, what will the new online TV look like? What will appeal to audiences and get them to come back again and again? What is the relationship between the audience and the new forms of online video? This session provides a showcase for the talent creating this new medium and showcases the evolution of original online programming and the tools available to help content creators engage their audiences.
Paul Kontonis, CEO, Co-Founder, For Your Imagination
Tim Shey, Co-Founder, Head of Entertainment, Next New Networks
Christine Beardsell, VP, Creative Director, Digitas/The Third Act
Austin Chang, VP, Strategy and Development, MTV Digital
Follow these peeps and their companies on Twitter:
- Paul Kontonis (kontonis) on Twitter
- For Your Imagination (fyistudio) on Twitter
- Tim Shey (moth) on Twitter
- Next New Networks (nextnewnetworks) on Twitter
- Christine Beardsell (beardsell) on Twitter
- Digitas (Digitas) on Twitter
- Austin Chang (angryaustin) on Twitter
- MTV (MTV) on Twitter
When it comes to creating original material for the Web, Tim Shey, co-founder of Next New Networks, says it’s like sushi. “The fresher the better,” he said during a Streaming Media East panel session on digital content production, “and don’t leave it sitting around for too long.”
For Mr. Shey’s company, which makes Web shows such as “Barely Political” and “Nite Fite,” videos made in advance or with block shooting don’t do as well, he said. (more...)
"These video stars are creating content regularly," says Hitviews co-founder and CEO Walter Sabo. "It's not just user-generated videos. These are video performers who have a large following and who understand how to get people engaged and to respond. Rather than attaching pre-roll, billboards, product placement and interruptive commercials, our video stars organically build videos around a marketer's message. Products are presented in ways that are organic – part of the video."
"Listening to Kevin Nalty talk about the power of online video marketing is inspiring to our clients and prospective clients," says Sabo. "He has extraordinary marketing experience at the highest corporate levels working for the most demanding clients. Hitviews is very lucky to have his leadership."
As Nalts embarks on his new role at Hitviews and develops his social media consulting strategy he spoke with Jim Edwards of BNET Pharma Blog about social media marketing and had this to say, "Almost every major brand has a desire to move from traditional online and offline media, and engage in the conversation already taking place. The smart brands are engaging expert liaisons to help them be invited guests rather than annoying salespeople, and there are a load of amateurs with large audiences that can help. I’m focusing on the industries that are already serious about this medium — entertainment, consumer-product goods, and travel — rather than pharmaceutical. However as pharma gets serious about social media and video marketing, it’s a natural fit."
- Will Video for Food » Hitviews New Chief Strategic Officer is…
- Kevin Nalty Appointed Chief Strategy Officer, HITVIEWS
- Jack Myers: YouTube's Biggest Viral Video Stars Sign With Hitviews to Tap Into Marketers' Budgets
- Careers: Personal Branding: The New World of Online Advertising | Brand U by Wendy Marx | Fast Company
- Q&A: Merck's Kevin Nalty, YouTube Star, Explains Why He Quit | BNET Pharma Blog | BNET
- Hitviews Offers Brands a New, Proven Way to Deliver Message Inside the Most Popular Online Videos
Friday, May 29, 2009
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.
Streamingmedia.com: 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.
Streamingmedia.com: HD Online at the Tipping Point
by Tim Siglin - May 22, 2009
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
Monday, May 25, 2009
Here's the video, ooVoo is calling it a communication milestone which marks a first for the airline and video conferencing industries. ooVoo manages the in-air call quite well!
Schwartz was proud of the accomplishment saying that, “When I learned about Virgin America’s new WiFi service I couldn’t wait to put ooVoo to the test. Speaking face-to-face mid-flight with two colleagues on the ground was not only a testament to the quality of the service we’ve built, but to how far we’ve come technologically as a society.”
It's interesting to note is that videoconferencing technology like ooVoo was first developed years ago to save people travel time and keep them out of their cars and off airplanes to reduce the wear and tear from travel and increase their productivity. Today, with company travel budgets being slashed the business case for videoconferencing and virtual meetings have become an easier sell to the IT budget approvers since the ROI can be measured against the hard travel cost data.
But how much does the technology really need to cost? Looking at the ooVoo video and recognizing that it's a portable solution that can connect people anywhere by using a laptop, camera, microphone, conferencing software and internet connection - is it really necessary for companies to invest in hundred thousand dollar telepresence suites to enable employees and executives to connect? Granted ooVoo, Skype and the many other video chat solutions are either free or low cost and low bandwidth solutions and can't compete with high bandwidth high definition videoconferencing systems like Tandberg, Cisco, Lifesize or any of the others in the telepresence space. But as a collaborative tool, it's all videoconferencing whether it's a "fully immersive experience" or not.
Videoconferencing has gotten a bad wrap for many years because of connection issues, poor audio quality, complicated logistics or lack of support but video quality has not been a deal breaker. Over the years as video encoding standards have improved people have become used to seeing compressed video as long as the motion is fluid. Even though quality continues to increase technology has always been a good scapegoat and that will never change. People just want it to work and have the technology be transparent. That's why telepresence has moved into the mainstream - mainly though successful marketing efforts by Cisco - and has seen an increased adoption in the enterprise.
Interesting to note that in October 2008, Cisco CEO John Chambers predicted that videoconferencing would be available on planes within 18 months.
ooVoo provides a high-quality webcam video chat and communication service that delivers a meaningful way for people to call and connect over the Internet. ooVoo’s technology enables people to experience a face-to-face conversation and share a full range of emotions as if they are in the same room together, whether they are across the street or across the globe. ooVoo’s superior quality video and audio are available to anyone with a computer, broadband connection and a web camera, for real-time video calls with up to six friends, relatives and colleagues simultaneously. ooVoo offers high-resolution video, video conversation recording, telephony, video messaging, instant message chat and file sharing amongst other capabilities.
ooVoo is privately held and headquartered in New York, NY. You can learn more and download free ooVoo software at http://www.ooVoo.com.
ooVoo Confirms First Air-to-Ground “Three-Way” Video Chat
Cisco CEO sees videoconferencing on planes within 18 months
Friday, May 22, 2009
Nalts Quits His Day Job, Surrenders to the Absurdity and Launches Full-Time Online Video & Marketing Practice
Nalts made the following announcement on Twitter yesterday morning:
Nalts has left his job as Marketing Director of Merck to pursue his passion for online video and social media with FULL force! :) More d ...7:57 AM May 21st from txt
A few weeks ago when the MediaWeek article broke the news that Nalts actually worked for Merck, Jim Edwards commented on the pharmaceutical industry BNET Pharma Blog, that Nalts' dual identity, "Seems harmless — most of his stuff is for kids. The reason it’s interesting is that the drug industry is so buttoned-up it’s surprising Merck hasn’t sent him a stiffly worded HR memo."
However, Nalts told NewTeeVee via email, “Merck knew about Nalts before they hired me. But as Nalts grew, it became harder to keep ‘low profile.’ I went to great lengths to keep them separate because I didn’t want my goofball antics to reflect poorly on a company focused on health and medication…The fact that Merck was recently being unfairly linked to me and fart videos was the 'straw that broke the camel’s back.'"
He posted the following video on his blog which helps explain the inspiration behind his decision. "Last night Katrina Darrell sang Mariah Carey's "Treated Me Kind" on American Idol 2009. Her song inspired me to quit the full-time job as a Product Director at Merck, he said. "Now it’s full-time to follow my passion: making videos, working with Hitviews, and starting my own consulting practice that will help brands engage in social media, especially the most visceral kind: online video. Stay tuned next week for more details."
A top-10 “most subscribed” YouTube comedian Nalts has created more than 800 short videos that have been viewed on online-video sites more than 73 million times, and include the popular “Farting in Public,” which was featured by YouTube has been viewed more than 7 million times. He and his online videos have won numerous awards, and have appeared on CNN, ABC, BBC, Fox and CBS News (see Nalts in News). He speaks, writes and consults in the area of online marketing and viral video and has a page in his web site for information if you'd like to hire Nalts.
Nalts also just turned 40 a few weeks ago and as he makes this change from a dual identity to a full-time online video and marketing practice he offered these reflections, "Gotta do what you love, and trust the money to follow. Should have listened to that advice right out of school. Not too late for some of you. Full steam ahead in video "entertaining," and helping brands engage in social media and video... via Hitviews and via my own consulting firm to be announced next week! Seriously- thanks so much for watching and subscribing, since I couldn't afford to do this without some income from the ads you watch."
All the best to you Kevin "Nalts" Nalty! We're all rooting for you!
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Streaming Media Podcast #28: Ooyala Updates Its Platform
May 21, 2009 - by Tim Siglin & Jose Castillo
Ooyala CTO Sean Knapp talks about the company's respect for other platforms, metrics, and a new player for Ooyala's online video platform.
Gotuit Unleashed » Want To Watch an Overview on Gotuit? Check Out This Video
By Patrick Donovan - May 20, 2009
Last week at the Streaming Media East 2009 show in NYC, we gave a 20 minute overview of the Gotuit Video Metadata Management System, and announced our latest customer - HISTORYTM, with Ice Road Truckers Video Mash-Ups. The good folks at Streaming Media just posted video from the event. For those of you not able to make it, you can watch our presentation here...
Telcos Outline Their Thoughts On How They Can Win In the CDN Market | The Business Of Online Video
By Dan Rayburn - May 19, 2009
At last week's Content Delivery Summit, I moderated a panel with speakers from Deutsche Telekom, Global Crossing, Level 3 and Tata Communications who discussed how over time, they believe they can dominate the CDN market. (video archives of the panel will be online shortly)...
Follow Me On Twitter: Real-Time Updates About The Online Video Industry | The Business Of Online Video
By Dan Rayburn - May 18, 2009
While I still think Twitter is one of the biggest wastes of time, starting today, I am going to use Twitter to send out real-time updates about the online video industry. One of the things I realized last week at the Streaming Media East show is that I have a lot of really great conversations with people about topics and trends that never make it onto my blog. Typically there is not enough to write a whole story around or I just don't have enough time to get to it. This is where Twitter comes in...
MLB.TV Expects To Do Away With Blackout Restrictions Sooner Than You Think | The Business Of Online Video
By Dan Rayburn - May 18, 2009
At last week's Streaming Media East show, we had many of the largest content owners in attendance and I got to spend a little bit of time with many of them hearing more details about their business. One of the many things I learned was that MLB expects to be able to resolve the online blackout restrictions for their MLB.TV service sooner than people may imagine...
Beet.TV: Big Global Expansion for Brightcove and Implementation on iPhone
By Andy Plesser - May 18, 2009
NEW YORK, NY -- Brightcove, the Boston-based video services company, has been enjoying annual 300 percent growth, global expansion, strong balance sheet and is hooking up with devices including Vudu. According to Brightcove CEO and Founder Jeremy Allaire, the company is providing integration onto the iPhone for shows including AMC's Mad Men, Saul Hansell of The New York Times reports. Brightcove is developing iPhone apps for dozens of customers, a company spokesperson told me. I interviewed Jeremy last week at the Streaming Media East conference for an update on developments at the company. We did not cover the iPhone developments...
Beet.TV: VMIX Powers Video on Post-Newsweek Sites, Los Angeles Times, others
By Andy Plesser - May 18, 2009
NEW YORK -- VMIX, the San Diego-based video services company, is powering a number of newspaper and local television station Web sites, including the Tribune newspapers. It has had a recent win with the Post-Newsweek television stations sites. At the Streaming Media East conference last week, I caught up with VMIX CEO Mike Glickenhaus. Mike explained the utility of his company's "white label" solution...
A quick recap of Dyn Inc's visit to New York City for the Streaming Media East Convention. For more information on what Dyn Inc. is up to visit http://dyn-inc.com.
Verizon FiOS can go with the flow
May 15, 2009 - By Sarah Reedy
Verizon's (NYSE: VZ) big news this week clearly was its planned divestiture of 4.8 million access lines to Frontier Communications (NYSE: FTR), which if it closes will bring the FiOS network to 67% of Verizon's total local access territory. In addition to its expansion plans, however, the Tier 1 carrier also gave Streaming Media East conference attendees a bit more insight into what it plans to do with its FiOS TV network in the very near future...
Jan Ozer on Better Quality Streaming Video (Manifest Tech Blog)
Making Sense of Digital Media Technology by Douglas Dixon - May 13, 2009
Jan Ozer is a regular presenter at the Streaming Media East conference (see previous posts). This year he kicked off the week with a half-day seminar on Encoding H.264 Video for Streaming and Progressive Download, following up on his presentation last year on Comparing Video Codecs (see 2008 post), as also covered in his book on Critical Skills for Streaming Producers (see previous post).
Then Ozer had some fun with his conference session on Tuesday, with a session of sage advice on Improving Your Video Quality for Streaming Production. His bottom line is that video "should look as good as photos shot with a still camera." With today's progressive video cameras and good production values you should be able to shoot great-looking video that compresses well and still looks good after streaming...
Jan Ozer's agenda slides courtesy of Streaming Learning Center
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
This web event follows the Streaming Media webinar this scheduled for this Thursday, May 21st on, How to Cut Costs by Getting the Most Out of the CDN Ecosystem. You can also still view the other recent archived web events on Transcoding 101 from May 7th, Enterprise Video Roundtable from April 30th, Online Video Platform Roundtable from March 26th and many more here.
|Location:||Markham, Ontario | L3R 6H3 | Canada|
Monday, May 18, 2009
UPDATE: Please note that this event took place on Thursday, May 21, 2009. Review or download the presentation, it will be archived for the next 90 days at: http://www.streamingmedia.com/
For information on sponsoring a Streaming Media magazine/StreamingMedia.com Web Event, click here to download the sponsorship packet (PDF format) or contact Joel Unickow at email@example.com.
Friday, May 15, 2009
Recap From Streaming Media East and Content Delivery Summit On The Way | The Business Of Online Video
By Dan Rayburn - May 15, 2009
It's been a long busy week with the Content Delivery Summit and Streaming Media East shows happening over the past few days. I got to meet a ton of content owners, many from Wall Street and got to spend time with a lot of different vendors in the industry for one on one meetings. We had a record number of 3,733 registered attendees for the East show this year, our highest ever, which is a testament to the growth the online video industry is still experiencing, even with the poor economy. Thanks to everyone who helped make both shows such a success...
Record Attendance for Streaming Media East | Streaming Media Europe Blog
Just back from a terrific week in New York, meeting with readers and exhibitors. We had more attendees than ever before (well, at least since the heady pre-bubble days), with 3,733 registered for the two-day event. Larry Kless, who’s written for Streaming Media and has his own blog covering the online video industry, did my work for me (thanks, Larry), and collected links to as many of the news stories coming out about the show — check it out here.
Beet.TV: Boxee Has 500,000 Users but Progress with Major Media is Moving "Slowly"
By Andy Plesser - May 15, 2009
NEW YORK -- Boxee, a free software download which allows users to connect computers to television sets, bypassing a cable box, has 500,000 users in the U.S. I sat down with CEO Avner Ronen earlier this week at the Streaming Media East conference where he was a keynote speaker...
Streaming Media East 2009: Promoting Ease-of-Use Tools | Digital Media Buzz
By Ron Shulkin - May 15, 2009
Streaming Media East 2009 was an exciting show with more than 3,400 participants and more than 50 vendors represented on the exhibit floor. There were several recurring themes this year, all of them trending toward providing easier-to-use products for content creation, content management and content distribution...
Chicago Social Networking Examiner: Media Show report: Simpler technology means empowered user generated content - By Ron Shulkin - May 14, 2009
Adobe’s “DVRCast” Code Sample Launch Imminent
Folks in the streaming media industry are probably already aware of an Adobe product called DVRCast. Adobe has talked about it for several months, and you can find the occasional forum thread on it as well. If it’s a feature you’ve been waiting for, take heart. Adobe’s Kevin Towes announced in a Streaming Media East panel session that DVRCast will launch within the week.
Beet.TV: Ou La La: Cannes Film Festival in HD
NEW YORK, NY -- Akamai has returned to the Cannes Film Festival this year, powering the video distribution of film trailers and event coverage, but this time in HD quality. At the Streaming Media East conference on Tuesday, I spoke Akamai's Suzanna Johnson about plans for the two-week film festival which started yesterday...
Adobe's Strobe Gets Popular The Strobe framework gets all the ...
Move Networks Goes After the ISP Market
Streaming Media East 2009 - Mogulus Live Broadcast
Procaster live streaming demos
Vid-Biz: Video Hosting, DVRCast, FiOS TV
By Chris Albrecht - May 14, 2009
Report: Adobe’s DVRCast Launching Within a Week; product makes live video events instantly available on-demand, so you don’t have to miss anything shown. (Zatz Not Funny!) UPDATE: An Adobe rep wrote in to clarify this story. From their email: “At the Streaming Media East panel, Kevin Towes discussed an upcoming offer for a free sample piece of code (DVRCast), which will help Adobe’s customers use the DVR functionality feature available in FMS 3.5. That code will be available later in the month at www.adobe.com/go/fms_tools.”
datmedia Launches Monthly Billing for Datpresenter V2 Internet TV Service - TVover.net
On2 Technologies to Exhibit at Streaming Media East 2009 - TVover.net
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Streamingmedia.com: Streaming Media East Closes with Record Attendance
New York - Streaming Media East 2009 (May 13, 2009) - The Streaming Media East conference and exhibition, held at the New York Hilton, closed today with an announcement of record attendance at the event. The total number of registered attendees was 3,733, which represents the largest number in the modern history of the event under the current ownership of Information Today, Inc.
“When we acquired this property in late 2002, we were aware of the potential of the Streaming Media events, but we started in the first year with only a few exhibitors, and around 100 attendees,” says Tom Hogan, Jr., V.P. of Marketing and Business Development. “The conference and exhibition has now grown, with the support of the industry, to be the leading online video event in the world. The fact that we set attendance records in such a challenging economy is nothing short of phenomenal, and a signal that online video has emerged as an essential communications tool, and a must-have for companies to succeed in today’s business environment.”
Akamai CEO: The Online-Video Tipping Point Is Here - Advertising Age - Video
|Akamai CEO Paul Sagan sees more waves of media disruption ahead.|
Produced by Hoag Levins Published: May 14, 2009
NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- How big of a game changer will online video watching ultimately be for the TV industry? And when will those changes really start to happen big time? According to Akamai CEO Paul Sagan, consumers are watching the tipping point occur right now and sweeping industry upheaval may come sooner and more dramatically than many imagine. Mr. Sagan was keynote speaker at this week's Streaming Media East Conference.
Streamingmedia.com: Streaming Media East: Verizon and boxee Want In To Your Living Room
By Tim Siglin -- May 13, 2009 -- Keynotes from Verizon and boxee pushed forward the concept of getting online video into the living room, though each company takes a radically different approach.
Day 2 of Streaming Media East opened with two keynotes, one from a representative of an established telecom and another from the founder of a software startup. The opening keynoter was Joe Ambeault, director, product development and management, video services for Verizon. He addressed the way Verizon handles a rapid development cycle, quipping "Yes, we're a telco and we do five 9's [99.999% uptime] but we also have an incubator approach for new technologies. Then we go to prototyping, and you'll notice I didn't say anything about positioning and business plans. We then move to 'do no harm' testing'...
Boxee, ESPN Discuss Cable-Cord Cutting and Online TV - Digits - WSJ
By Andrew LaVallee -- May 12, 2009 -- Online video has become much more available to consumers in recent years, but its providers disagree over how much it will complement or cannibalize traditional television.
At the Streaming Media East conference in New York, Damon Phillips, a vice president at ESPN360.com, said he knows what it’s like to lose the battle for the TV remote and often watches games on his PC while his daughter sits in front of “Hannah Montana” on the tube. “It fuels more consumption across all of our platforms,” he said.
But Avner Ronen, CEO of Boxee, which makes software for watching Web video on TV sets, said the increase in streamed TV will naturally lead more consumers to rethink whether they want to also pay $60 to $80 a month for cable. “If online provides to you a better experience, I think some people will choose to cut the cord,” he said. He estimated that tens of thousands of Boxee’s 500,000 users fall into that category. “I think cutting the cord is a hard decision to make,” he said, but it’s easier for younger consumers, such as recent college graduates who may have never seen a cable bill...
Web Content Is Like Sushi, and Other Tips - Digits - WSJ
By Andrew LaVallee -- May 13, 2009 -- When it comes to creating original material for the Web, Tim Shey, co-founder of Next New Networks, says it’s like sushi.
“The fresher the better,” he said during a Streaming Media East panel session on digital content production, “and don’t leave it sitting around for too long.”
Makers of online content, if they consider themselves “conversational,” must plan and budget for revised material, response videos and other shifts that the audience’s reaction prompts, said Christine Beardsell, a creative director at Digitas’s branded-content arm, Third Act. “That stuff just has to be planned ahead...”
VUDU & Brightcove Partner to Deliver Ad-Supported Online Video to Set Top Box
Posted by: Kristin Cronin, May 12, 2009 -- At Streaming Media East this week, we're very pleased to announce a new partnership between Brightcove and VUDU, a leading provider of digital technologies and services that deliver Web entertainment content to HDTVs and home theater, which will enable Brightcove media customers to distribute high-quality, advertising-supported content directly to the set top box...
Next On FiOS: Web Videos On Your Flat-Panel TV - BroadcastNewsroom
Verizon Also Testing Facebook, Twitter on Television By Todd Spangler
New York -- May 13, 2009 -- Verizon Communications plans to make some 7 million Web video clips available to FiOS TV customers within the next few weeks, but for now the biggest whales in the Internet-video ocean -- YouTube and Hulu -- won't be part of the lineup. Meanwhile, the telco has launched an "alpha" test of on-screen widgets for Facebook and Twitter, which let users see their friends' posts and can send updates of what someone is watching on FiOS TV at the moment to the Web...
TV Predictions from Streaming Media East « Media Experiences 2 Go
Posted on May 13, 2009 by Mari Silbey -- It’s a sign that the TV industry has changed when conversations from the Streaming Media East (SME) conference start sounding an awful lot like they could be transplanted directly from The Cable Show. Yesterday I sat in on an SME session entitled “Online Video and Set-Top Boxes”. With execs from Verizon, Motorola, TiVo and Showtime, the panel talked about how to improve the user experience, and how to make money in the new convergent, interactive video world. Sound familiar? There were a few new insights worth sharing, however...
By Brendan McDonald -- May 12, 2009 -- The Streaming Media East Convention kicked off in midtown Manhattan this morning and Sam Seder wasn't about to let it get started without Break Room Live in the house.
See how streaming media insiders reacted to having a streaming media superstar in their midst. Sam Seder gives an in-depth report from the Streaming Media East Conference in New York City, which is taking place on May 12 and 13, 2009. The conference, which draws all the big names in online streaming video, was of particular relevance to BRL, considering our spot atop the marketplace. Catch comedy sketches, interviews, political & cultural discussions, & interact with hosts & guests live: 3pm, M-F @ BreakRoomLive.com! BreakRoomLive w/ Marc Maron & Sam Seder is a production of http://airamerica.com
Streaming Learning Center - Streaming Media East Presentations
By Jan Ozer -- May 13, 2009 -- I just got back from a wonderful trip to Streaming Media East, where I gave two presentations. The first was a 3 hour session on producing H.264 video... The second is, a 76 slide, 45-minute look at common mistakes made by video producers...
Welcome to Wall Street Polycom HDX 9000:: Flexible :: SEXY::ROI « Nico McLane’s Splice of Life
By Nico McLane -- May 13, 2009 -- I just returned to my office after a whirlwind 3 days of all things streaming media at the 2009 Streaming Media East Conference here in New York – I spent a good deal of time with Polycom experimenting with the HDX 9000 (my new favorite VTC) – we will be bringing a unit in to our lab and will test with several clients dialing in direct and using a variety of architecture’s to navigate video across the globe. In essence, we will be a bridge for the Enterprise with streaming media, HD broadcast (up to satellite), a better rate card and friendlier staff than your old school bridge!
Contentinople - Ryan Lawler - Adap.tv Launches Player Partner Program
Written by Ryan Lawler -- Tuesday, May 12, 2009 -- Online video ad management firm Adap.tv is looking to increase sales through integration with some of the top video management platforms. With the launch of its new Player Partner Program, Adap.tv has integrated its OneSource ad management platform with video management tools from Brightcove Inc. , Kaltura Inc., Mogulus, thePlatform Inc. , Twistage Inc., and VMIX Media Inc. "One of the trends we've seen is that an increasing number of publishers are working with many of the Internet video player providers rather than building out their own players," says Dakota Sullivan, Adap.tv's vice president of sales and marketing.
Adobe beams up new Strobe video framework | Digital Media - CNET News
by Caroline McCarthy -- May 11, 2009 -- As part of the Streaming Media East conference in New York, Adobe has unveiled "Strobe," the "open framework" for its Flash video player that the company first announced last month. It's expected to be available in the third quarter of this year. Since you were probably wondering: No, Adobe is not tweaking the pronunciation of "Strobe" so that it rhymes. Thank goodness...
- Beet.TV: Adobe Getting Industry Buy-in for New Video Player Standard
- Contentinople - Ryan Lawler - Adobe Touts Support for Upcoming Strobe
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- Brightcove Brings Its Ad-Supported Videos To Vudu Set-Top Boxes
- datmedia Launches Monthly Billing for Datpresenter V2 Internet TV Service - TVover.net
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- Streaming Media East Content Production Panel - Digital Media Studio Blog - For Your Imagination - develops and markets high-quality original web video
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