Streaming Media Europe 2010
14 - 15 October 2010 - (Preconference Workshops: Wednesday, 13 October 2010)
Novotel London West London, UK
Streaming Media Europe 2010

Another highly successful Streaming Media Europe took place in London on 14 & 15 October 2010 and enjoyed a 60% increase in delegates. The only conference in Europe to cover technology solutions and business models for online video. In-depth sessions, case-studies, how-to’s and panel discussions designed for content owners, video creators, online marketers, corporate communications professionals, broadcast professionals, agencies, and educators.

Streaming Media Europe's programme Chair, Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen, is delighted with the 2010 Show:

“The level of buzz at this year's event was notably higher than in past years. While there were plenty of people very focused on specific technologies like HTML5 and adaptive bitrate streaming, there were equally as many people excited by the ways in which the show is about much more than just streaming, incorporating SEO, social media, and connected devices into the mix. We're already looking forward to the 2011 Show.”

ON THIS LIST? YOU SHOULD BE THERE in 2011!
If you’re on this list, you will 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

Keynotes

Anthony Rose
CTO
YouView
Ben Schofield
Director of Digital
Red Bee Media

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