Streaming Media Europe 2012
Streaming Media Europe is the only event in Europe to cover both technology solutions and business models for online video. It’s
getting harder and harder to stay on top of all the trends and technologies shaping online video, and Streaming Media Europe
is the one conference and expo that covers the entire range, from encoding and transcoding, to corporate and marketing video, to over-the-top
Streaming Media Europe is a multi-faceted event, giving you everything you need to make sense of the options, strategies and opportunities
available to your organisation.
Streaming Media Europe’s conference programme is focused squarely on the most important topics in online video, with an enhanced emphasis on
presentations designed to offer attendees a deeper look at the issues that affect their businesses on a daily basis. We’re thrilled to welcome
Samsung Europe’s Sidharth Jayant and the BBC’s Jane Weedon as our keynotes. And don’t miss presentations from Microsoft, Ericsson, Brighcove,
Dailymotion, Channel 4, Adobe, Motorola, Juniper Networks, Rovi, Envivio, Thomson Reuters, Hewlett Packard and more!
View the full conference programme and register here. EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT EXPIRES 14 SEPTEMBER. And don’t miss substantial savings for colleagues!
Running alongside the conference, a busy expo hall where you can meet suppliers of products and services for online video and get hands on with the
latest innovations and solutions. Plus don’t miss the free expo seminars, providing bite-sized technology updates, essential tips, strategies and
practical advice from the experts!
Find out more, and register for Streaming Media EXPO here.
VIDEO INFRASTRUCTURE SUMMIT
Connecting Content Owners with Delivery Technologies
New for 2012, and building on the success of the Content Delivery Summit, this one day conference discusses the opportunities and challenges
faced at every step in the content delivery chain. This year the focus is on movies and other long-form content, with keynotes from Maria Ingold,
who set up FilmFlex Movies’ VOD infrastructure, and Ted Shapiro of the Motion Picture Association. Find out more and register
Two half-day workshops on Monday 15 October give you the chance to get to grips with key topics:
Find out more
- Encoding for Flash,Mobile and HTML5, with Jan Ozer
- Live Streaming from Anywhere to Any Device, with Jose Castillo
, and register here
STREAMING MEDIA EUROPE READERS’ CHOICE AWARDS
You’ve been nominating and voting for the winners of Streaming Media’s EuropeanReaders’ Choice Awards throughout the summer. The winners will
be announced at Streaming Media Europe’s drinks reception on Tuesday 16 October.
Check the website for categories and voting details.
As for the rest of the programme, if you take a look at the agenda, you’ll notice a positive shift
from previous years’ events. While we’ll still offer our fair share of panel discussions, bringing together industry experts to offer their
insights into topics such as multiscreen delivery, social TV, second-screen viewing, and webcasting, the feedback from attendees has indicated
less interest in ‘blue sky’ theorising and a desire for more practically-focused presentations.
Whatever your streaming interests and specialism, Streaming Media Europe is unique in its coverage of the entire spectrum of online video: in
the office, on the move, and in the home. It's the only single event to examine all of these interconnected multi-channel technologies and make
sense of the options, strategies and opportunities available to your organisation.
To receive information on the conference as it is announced click here
ON THIS LIST? YOU SHOULD BE THERE in 2012! If you’re on this list, you’ll find something of value at Streaming Media Europe:
Executives, directors, producers, and engineers involved in the creation, production, and delivery of online video entertainment, sports, and news
Broadcasting, satellite, and telco executives looking to deliver video content via IP to computers, set-top boxes, and mobile devices
Advertising, sales, marketing, and creative executives using online marketing techniques and technologies for their campaigns
Corporate communicators, including HR executives and investor relations departments, who use video to spread company news and communicate with colleagues and clients around the world
Business development managers and all those responsible for strategic alliances within an organisation
Educational technology managers and corporate training directors developing and using online and distance learning programmes and training systems
Government technologists who need to leverage the latest and best in communication technology channels
IT managers and software developers charged with implementing and integrating streaming and digital media technologies