Adaptive bitrate encoding methods are gaining traction in the industry as Apple, Adobe and Microsoft have all recently started offering new ways to encode and deliver video, including via HTTP. But what does that mean for the average content owner who is trying to figure out the best way to improve the viewing experience?
At the Streaming Media East show on May 11th and 12th, we've got a great session entitled "Understanding Adaptive Bitrate Technology And HTTP Video Delivery". You'll hear directly from some of the platform providers and content owners themselves to see how this technology is impacting their content offerings and plans. We'll also get their guidance on best practices, cost and overhead considerations, and real impact to their users – and the bottom line.
- Moderator: Matt Smith, Senior Director, Systems Architecture and Strategy, Inlet Technologies
- Joe Inzerillo, SVP, MLB.com
- Shujaat Ali, Director, Digital Services, NBC Universal
- Glenn Goldstein, VP, Media Technology Strategy, MTV Networks
- Jeff Misenti, Manager, VP, Fox News Digital
It's not too late to get a pass to the show and readers of my blog can register using my own personal discount code of
DRF1, which gets you $200 off the ticket price.