Here’s The Program For Streaming Media West Show: Now Placing Speakers

Screen Shot 2014-08-06 at 4.49.26 PMThe advance program for the 2014 Streaming Media West show (#smwest) taking place Nov. 18-19, at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa in Huntington Beach, CA is now complete.[view the entire agenda here] Speaker placement has officially started and our first batch of speakers from Netflix, FOX Networks, DIRECTV, NY Times and YouTube have already been confirmed. Speaking spots will go fast, so if you are interested in being considered for one of the speaking spots, or placing someone from a company on a session, please contact me. As always, vendors who bring customers will always get picked before vendors that don’t bring customers.

If you have any questions at any time about the program, what a session will cover, how the selection process works, or need help choosing the right session, you can call me (917-523-4562) or send email. However I find it is much easier to discuss it on the phone rather than email and many times, I can give you an answer on the spot. So please feel free to call at any time.

You can view the entire agenda here, and below is a list of all the session titles:

  • How To: Selecting The Right Video Management Technology
  • On-Premises Or In The Cloud: Choosing The Best Live Video Workflow
  • Best Practices for Webcasting Sporting Events
  • Netflix’s Video Workflow: Transcoding, Codecs, and 4K Streaming
  • How YouTube Lost at Becoming The Next TV Network
  • Designing The Right OTT Workflow For Premium Content Owners
  • How To: Building A Chromecast Application
  • Streaming Live Events When There Is No Room For Failure
  • The Business Of Building An Enterprise Online Video Network
  • How To: Multi-Cam Shooting, Editing and Delivery On An iPad
  • TV Everywhere Trends And What It Means For The Future Of Television
  • Using YouTube For Original Content Distribution
  • How To: H.265 vs. H.264: Choosing The Best Options
  • Content Management Strategies for Enterprise Content Platforms
  • Measuring The ROI On An HEVC Deployment
  • Best Practices for Search & Discovery in a Connected World
  • How To: Producing and Distributing HEVC
  • Replacing Flash: Adaptive Streaming and DRM in HTML5
  • Streaming Deployment Architectures in Higher Education
  • How To: Building Enhanced Video With JW Player
  • The Risks and Rewards of Employee-Generated Video
  • The Business of Delivering Multi-Platform Content
  • How To: Building a Streaming HTML5 Video Player
  • Using Media Optimization To Improve Streaming Performance
  • Building Streaming Apps: Choosing The Right Devices & Platforms
  • How To: Changing Viewer Engagement with Second Screen Experiences
  • Building an Immersive Online Television Experience
  • Hector Santos

    Want to do a panel related to the evolution of peering agreements from free to paid? I can get Bill Norton and Richard Bennett to put together something.