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Learn The Best Practices For Adding Redundancy To Live Encoding & Delivery

Learn The Best Practices For Adding Redundancy To Live Encoding & Delivery

May 7, 2015 by streaming video · Leave a Comment 

At the Streaming Media East show next week in NYC, we’ve got a great session that will take a deep dive into how some of the leading content owners address redundancy in their live encoding & delivery workflows . Hear what technical challenges keep these video broadcasters up at night and how some of the leading experts mitigate risk through their encoding stack, CDN delivery, scalable authentication methods, and more. Learn the best practices for reacting and responding in real time to issues in your encoding & delivery workflow to ensure a seamless experience for your viewers. Confirmed speakers include: Moderator: Dylan Armajani, Technical Account Manager, Conviva Eric Black, VP, Technology, NBC Sports Group Ivan Yang, Senior Director, Technology & Engineering, Vevo Troy Causey, Director, Product Technology, March Madness, Turner Sports Allen De La Cruz, SVP, Engineering, Major League Gaming Online registration for the event is still open and using the discount code of DR100 will get you a two days pass to all of the keynotes and sessions for only $695. #smeast

From the Classroom to the Athletic Fields: Streaming In Educational Institutions

From the Classroom to the Athletic Fields: Streaming In Educational Institutions

May 7, 2015 by streaming video · Leave a Comment 

When streaming is mentioned with regard to education, distance learning is often the only use case that comes to mind. However, there are numerous other uses for live and on-demand video streaming in educational institutions, including sporting events, commencements, concerts, debates, and flipped classrooms. At the Streaming Media East show next week, we’ve got a session entitled “ From the Classroom to the Athletic Fields: Streaming In Educational Institutions ” that will dive into detailed educational streaming workflows and give examples of how streaming can be used to engage students, athletes, fans, alumni, and donors. The top professionals from high school and college-level institutions will share their experiences, including successes and pitfalls.

#smeast Session: Learn How To Develop OTT Apps for Multiple Platforms

#smeast Session: Learn How To Develop OTT Apps for Multiple Platforms

May 7, 2015 by streaming video · Leave a Comment 

Time and cost are huge factors when media publishers consider which device platforms they need to support and at the Streaming Media East show next week, we’ll help you figure it all out. In a session titled “ Developing OTT Apps for Multiple Platforms “, a mix of developers will discuss the strategic view of supporting multiple devices and the realistic cost for deploying across multiple platforms. Learn the logical operations that can easily be repurposed, and what must be unique to each platform.

#smeast Session: Implementing New Technologies With MPEG-DASH

#smeast Session: Implementing New Technologies With MPEG-DASH

May 6, 2015 by streaming video · Leave a Comment 

The DASH Industry Forum has organized a session at the Streaming Media East show next week entitled “ Implementing New Technologies With MPEG-DASH “. This session explores some of the new technologies being brought to the table by the next version of MPEG-DASH to address these and other enhancements in OTT delivery. This session will cover Server and Network Assisted Streaming (SAND), improved DASH streaming Using HTTP 2.0, Websockets, and Tile Streaming using Spatial Relationship Descriptors. Confirmed speakers include: Moderator: Iraj Sodagar, Multimedia Architect, Microsoft Vishy Swaminathan, Principal Scientist, Adobe Research Stefan Lederer, CEO, Bitmovin Alexander Giladi, Sr

My Presentation Next Week Includes Demos Of All The Smart TV Platforms

My Presentation Next Week Includes Demos Of All The Smart TV Platforms

May 6, 2015 by streaming video · Leave a Comment 

At next week’s Streaming Media East show , I’ll be doing a special presentation from our streaming devices pavilion that will demo the latest smart TV platforms from Samsung, Sony, Sharp, Vizio, LG, and TCL . Attendees will see a hands-on overview of what each manufacturer has to offer in terms of the latest content apps, user interfaces, and video quality, and hear how these TV platforms are going to evolve over the coming years. You can also come and test out all of the other streaming devices in the pavilion , for FREE. Register online and use the discount code of DR100 wto get a free discovery pass and come test out new services from Sling TV, HBO Now, PlayStation Vue and more

Presenter Wanted: How To Build A Chromecast Application

May 6, 2015 by streaming video · Leave a Comment 

The presenter for our “How To Build A Chromecast Application” taking place May 12th, at the Streaming Media East show in NYC, had to cancel. I would still like to keep this presentation topic at the show so please contact me if you’d like to take over the presentation spot. Here is a description of what the presenter was planing to cover: How To: Building A Chromecast Application This session will cover the entire Chromecast application workflow, including registering your app and developing, debugging, and publishing it.

Dissecting Big Data: Trends In Video Consumption and Behavior

Dissecting Big Data: Trends In Video Consumption and Behavior

May 6, 2015 by streaming video · Leave a Comment 

At the Streaming Media East show next week, we’ve got a session entitled “ Dissecting Big Data: Trends In Video Consumption and Behavior ” that will discuss how broadcasters, advertisers, and OTT providers are using video consumption data to provide the best end-to-end user experience. The discussion will center on identifying which devices are most popular, which ones provide the most engagement, and the impact they have on OTT services. Learn how to gauge the overall success of your content business based on engagement metrics, user segmentation, globalization and platform partnership

Learn About The Rise Of Programmatic Video Advertising At Streaming Show

Learn About The Rise Of Programmatic Video Advertising At Streaming Show

May 6, 2015 by streaming video · Leave a Comment 

As video continues to proliferate on connected devices, programmatic advertising on this marketing channel is maturing well beyond its real-time bidding roots. At the Streaming Media East show next week in NYC, we’ve got what is going to be a great session entitled “ Programmatic Video Advertising Goes Premium “. This session will explore how advertisers, agencies, and publishers are engaging programmatic platforms to take their video ad strategies to the next level. Learn about the rise of private marketplaces, automation, and premium video content colliding, as well as the economics behind it all

Roku To Show You How To Create A Streaming Channel On Their Platform, Next Week In NYC

Roku To Show You How To Create A Streaming Channel On Their Platform, Next Week In NYC

May 5, 2015 by streaming video · Leave a Comment 

Roku will be on hand at the Streaming Media East show next week doing a presentation entitled “ How To: Creating A Streaming Channel On Roku’s Platform “. Learn how to develop a channel using Roku’s software developer kit and Roku’s proprietary BrightScript language, from basic VOD channels to full subscription-based services. Attendees will learn about the resources and services available to developers to best manage their channel, including integrated billing, and best practices for creating a great streaming channel. The session will also discuss the different ways to monetize content, through advertising, on-device promotion, and other marketing opportunities. Online registration for the event is still open and using the discount code of DR100 will get you a two days pass to all of the keynotes and sessions for only $695.

Amazon Labs 126 Doing Presentation On Bringing Media Channels to Amazon Fire TV

Amazon Labs 126 Doing Presentation On Bringing Media Channels to Amazon Fire TV

May 5, 2015 by streaming video · Leave a Comment 

Amazon’s Labs 126 team will be on hand at the Streaming Media East show next week in NYC, doing a presentation on “ How To: Bringing Media Channels to Amazon Fire TV” . Attendees will learn how they can quickly publish their content as media apps using Amazon’s open source Web App Starter Kit for Fire TV. They will also hear from The Wall Street Journal, a Starter Kit beta partner, about their experience rapidly developing a real-world Fire TV media app that provides a great viewing experience for their customers.

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