Streaming Media Europe 2007
4 - 5 October 2007 - (Preconference Workshops: Wednesday, 3 October 2007)
Copthorne Tara Hotel London, UK
keynote speakers
Ari Paparo
Product Director, Advertiser Products, DoubleClick
Ari Paparo is the Vice President for Rich Media products, including DART Motif, Klipmart. streaming video, and emerging technologies. Prior to joining DoubleClick, Ari developed Internet marketing strategies for leading brands and interactive agencies, with an emphasis on emerging technologies, blogs, and syndication. He was a founder and COO of Blink.com, a venture-supported personal information management service which was sold in 2002. Ari earned his MBA from Columbia and is a lifelong New Yorker.

Oliver Slipper
CEO, Premium TV
Oliver joined in January 2001 and is now Premium TV's Chief Executive Officer, formerly Commercial Director.

Previously Oliver worked at Accenture, as a consultant in the Media & Entertainment Division, for clients including Cable & Wireless, NTL and Sony.

He is a former county cricketer for Surrey. 


additional speakers
Lars Aarup Jensen
Head of Corporate Communications, Jyske Bank
John Barnes
Deputy Managing Director, Incisive VNU
Matteo Berlucchi
CEO, Livestation
Skinkers is the leader in information broadcast technology, ensuring priority information is delivered to audiences with visibility and impact. Skinkers has two offerings: LiveStation, a global broadcast platform that delivers live TV to the computer and the Live Notification Platform, the most advanced multi-channel push communication solution for the enterprise. Matteo has been developing successful Internet projects since 1994 when he launched the first online property advertising system in Europe.  Between 1998 and 1999 he was Head of Online Marketing at Hyperlink plc, the 3rd largest web agency in the UK, where he developed strategies for many blue chip companies.  Between 1999 and 2000 he was Vice President Global Online Marketing for beenz.com.  He then helped launch a large online real estate business in Italy.  Matteo has a doctoral degree in Theoretical Physics from the University of Padua (Italy) and spent three years researching in the field of Virtual Reality at Imperial College London (UK).

Ian Blaine
CEO, thePlatform
Ian is a software industry veteran with experience at large software companies as well as successful start-ups. He has a strong background in product development, having spent over 9 years at Aldus/Adobe Systems as a senior manager in the publishing division. In addition he has proven entrepreneurial experience having co-founded two successful start-up companies. In 1998, Ian founded an online personal information management company, Uniplanet which he led as CEO from startup to acquisition by NBCi in 1999. In 2000 Ian co-founded thePlatform, and has successfully guided the company through two rounds of financing, and two mergers. He is a director of thePlatform and in addition to managing day-to-day activities, he sets long term strategy for the company. Ian holds a B.A. in business administration from the University of Washington.

Jonathan Booth
Founder and Creative Director, The Internet Video Company
Award-winning Producer, Director and Voiceover of hundreds of TV programmes, and hundreds of marketing films, Jonathan has been in broadcasting for over 20 years. An expert speaker at marketing and video conferences in London, Europe and Middle East, he inspires audiences to look at their own product and aim to produce it better and more efficiently. Company Info = The Internet Video Company is one of the UK''s leading specialists in the creation and delivery of high quality marketing films for worldwide online audiences, in the travel, leisure, property and business sectors. Over 500 films have been created for blue chip names such as Marriott, Holidaybreak and Cendant.
Pauline Bush
Head of Marketing, Artemis
Louise Clements
Communications Manager, O2
Louise Clements is responsible for all new media corporate communications at O2, part of Telefónica S.A., the world‚s second largest telecommunications company with 225,000 employees and 203 million customers worldwide.

Having joined O2 at its de-merger from BT in 2001, as part of O2‚s brand launch activity, Louise has established all corporate new media channels ˆ o2.com, Intranet, O2 TV, corporate films, online employee magazines, newsletters, pod and webcasting, discussion forums, email services and user-generated content. Louise continues to manage, resource and develop the strategy, content, brand and technical aspects of these, and other emerging online channels. 

Through-out the last 6 years, these channels have supported a number of major corporate campaigns, designed to transform the business, execute the brand promise and, deliver to customers, shareholders and to employees.

Most recently, Louise has managed the roll-out of the company's intraview service, a live and on-demand video-streaming technology - enabling 25,000 employees across Europe with access to high quality, compelling film and presentation materials.



Mikkel Dissing
Co-Founder & CEO, Rawflow
Mikkel Dissing is co-founder and CEO of RawFlow. He has more than 10 years'' experience managing and developing start-ups in international markets. Prior to RawFlow, Mikkel worked for Touch Clarity, the global dot.name registry GNR and helped set up the online travel agency CoDan Agentura. Mikkel was also Managing Director for Imperial Derby where he rolled out new products to the South African market. He holds an MSc in International Business from Aalborg University.
Simon Drinkwater
Senior Director, Strategic Alliances, Limelight Deploy
Jeremy Flynn
CEO, D2see
Jeremy Flynn has been an industry leader in the UK mobile content market, with 6 years experience in a variety of roles in the content value chain Jeremy is CEO and co-founder of D2see, a Technical Service Provider specializing in delivering and monetising video to mobile for content IP owners and publishers. Previously he was Head of Commercial Partnerships at Vodafone UK, where he was responsible for the Off Portal Direct-to-Consumer business. In this role for 4 years he drove the UK successful free-market approach to facilitating the off portal mobile content market. Prior to this, he was at Motorola responsible for EMEA business in mobile application platforms and services Jeremy was awarded Greatest Individual contribution to New Media in the NMA Effectiveness Awards 2006.

Jon Folland
Director, Co-Founder, Nativ
Jon is Director and Co-Founder of Nativ Ltd - a consulting, technology and outsourcing company specialising in the delivery of video-centric solutions. Clients include Channel4, Turner Broadcasting, Red Bee Media, MTV, BBC, Teletext, UKTV and Getty Images. Prior to this, Jon was a Technical Team Leader at Razorfish, UK where he was responsible for managing the design, build and deployment of large-scale technical solutions. Jon has been involved in the Internet, broadband and broadcast sectors and their associated technologies for the past nine years and has played senior roles in implementing leading edge and technically complex solutions over this period. He has a strong background in systems design and application architecture as well as team management and mentoring. Jon''s main interests revolve around systems integration and time-based media distribution, advanced video codecs, DRM and watermarking. Jon has a degree in Chemistry from the University of Bristol.
Steve Garvey
Chairman and CEO, World Television Group PLC
Steve joined World Television as Head of News and Web operations worldwide in 2003. Before joining the company, Steve spent 20 years in the television and film industry, concentrating on news, corporate television production and streaming technologies. He was responsible for establishing and directing Reuters Corporate Television internationally in the 1990s and was Director of Communications for Yes Television, a provider of video-on-demand solutions for IP-based telecommunication networks. Steve now heads up the World Television Group as CEO and is also Chair of its Board.

Val-Pierre Genton
Chair, IAB UK B2B Council, Media Head, BrightTALK
Val-Pierre Genton is the Head of Media at BrightTALK®. In 2002, he pioneered the e-Symposium online conference format, which has today become the de facto benchmark for half-day and full-day online conferences. In 2005, e-Symposium Ltd was bought by BrightTALK® Ltd (www.brighttalk.com), a world-leader in audio & video webcasting solutions and online events. Val-Pierre is an authority on rich and streaming media and is often consulted on his views of the digital marketing landscape as the Internet Advertising Bureau’s B2B Council Chair.

The Internet Advertising Bureau’s B2B Council is the voice of B2B digital marketing in the UK. The IAB recently launched iabtalksB2B (www.iabtalksB2B.com), a free online resource for B2B clients, agencies and vendors with thought leadership, knowledge and best practice content in practice areas such as search, e-mail, advertising, rich & streaming media and emerging trends and technologies. The B2B Council consists of leading digital B2B marketing experts such as Russ Cohn (Google), James Farmer (B2B Marketing Magazine), Mark Power (Concep) and others.

BrightTALK® (www.brighttalk.com) was established in 2002 and is now a world leader in audio & video webcasting solutions and online events. Its highly intuitive webcasting platform allows clients to create, distribute and track custom-branded webcasts, which connect their sales and marketing departments with buyers.

From complex online events which draw 5,000 attendees, to serviced live audio and video webcasts, to its self-service webcasting tools, the BrightTALK® webcasting platform powers up clients such as Barclays, JP Morgan Asset Management, Fidelity, HSBC, Schroders, Credit Suisse, CA, IBM, Symantec, Oracle, Incisive Media, the Wall Street Journal (Financial News), the Telegraph Media Group, Gyro International, Banner Corporation. The client problems we solve through webcasting include online thought leadership, lead generation and creating new digital revenue streams.

Derek Hemphill
Business Portal Manager, BT
Bradley Howard
VP Client Services, IMG World
Bradley has worked at IMG Media for six years, responsible for delivering web, mobile and video services to over 30 clients including Manchester United FC, Wimbledon, The Open and Miss World. Bradley started his career as a developer at a top consultancy before working for several years inside the Mobile Telecoms industry during which time he submitted six patents. Company Info = IMG is the world''s premier Sports, Entertainment and Media Company. IMG is a diversified global business with two major business segments: IMG Sports & Entertainment, and IMG Media. IMG Media, which includes our content production subsidiaries TWI, Darlow Smithson Productions (DSP) and Tiger Aspect Productions (TAP), is recognized as a global leader in the delivery of traditional and new media content and services, with Internet, broadband and mobile expertise, transforming how audiences access and interact with content.
Iolo Jones
Founder, CSO, IPTVTimes
Iolo is the Founder and Chief Strategy Office of Narrowstep Inc. Previously, in 1997 he founded pioneering streaming company Web Channels, working for MTV, Orange and AstraZeneca and befor then founded one of the UK''s leading multimedia companies, that was sold to WPP plc. Iolo has degrees in Radio, Film & Television and Educational Broadcasting and is a regular speaker at major industry events and to industry magazines; he also writes one of the industry''s most respected blogs http://iptvtimes.blogspot.com

Jason Klein
President and co-CEO, Special Ops Media
Jason Klein is President and co-CEO of Special Ops Media, a full-service interactive agency he co-founded in 2002 with Chairman and co-CEO Christian Anthony. He is expert in online marketing & strategy, online media (planning & buying), creative services and online publicity. Mr. Klein’s passion for and experience in the entertainment industry has spurred Special Ops to lend its expertise to both mainstream and independent cinema, with industry clients including Universal Pictures, Focus Features, Lionsgate Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment.

Mr. Klein regularly speaks on interactive and digital marketing at international film festivals and conferences such as the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, and has appeared on CNBC. He is active in several non-profit ventures, including Scenarios USA, an organization supporting young filmmakers seeking to better their communities. In 2004, Mr. Klein was named in Variety’s annual Indie 50 list as one of the “top movers and shakers” in independent film.

Mr. Klein graduated Magna Cum Laude from Brown University in 2000 with a degree in biomedical ethics and philosophy, and later attended medical school at Columbia University. He splits his time equally between Special Ops’ New York and Los Angeles offices.



Howard Kosky
Managing Director, Markettiers4dc
Howard has constantly driven the broadcast remit forward, providing new and innovative ways to place content in this arena. He advises on many of the UK‚s top 100 brands and is regularly called upon to advise on broadcast strategies for Government agencies and The Military. Howard leads the broadcast market with his forward thinking, creativity and fresh approach to what can be achieved by maximising this type of PR.
Jens Loeffler
Senior Technical Evangelist, Adobe Primetime
Jens Loeffler is the principal technical evangelist for Adobe Primetime focusing on online video and services including content delivery, engagement and monetization across IP-connected devices. Equipped with a media computer science degree, Jens started his career in the agency world and has been living and breathing the evolution of OTT for the last decade. He works closely with major broadcasters and operators, and is recognized as an expert in this space. Jens also works on defining technical pre-sales and architecture and is actively engaged in next generation patented innovations in monetization, while having expertise in HTML5 video as well. He has been listed on the CableFAX 2014 and 2015 Digital Hot List for innovation and technology leadership. He speaks frequently at industry events and maintains a popular blog (Overdigital.com) that covers industry trends. Follow Jens on Twitter @jensloeffler.

Oisin Lunny
Product Manager, CDN, Streaming and Media Services, Interoute
From 1990 Oisin has had a successful career as musician, producer and composer signed to A&M, Island, Talking Loud and Independiente/Sony. During this period Oisin worked with U2, Depeche Mode, Sinead O Connor, Shara Nelson and Beth Orton among others.

Oisin still maintains a career in music composition, with film and TV commissions including Human Traffic, Mean Machine, Sky Broadband TV and RTE One.

Inspired by the digital revolution in music Oisin moved into content distribution in the late 90s.

Initially working at ClaraNet Oisin quickly moved to rapidly growing UK web agency Hypnosis Media, before joining the board at digital content aggregator Video-C as Technical VP.

Oisin now heads Interoute's Online Distribution and Media division as Global Product Manager, enabling advanced online distribution and media streaming across Interoute's Next Generation Network, the fastest growing and most advanced in Europe.

Interoute's 14,000 clients include Joost, AWOMO, EMI, Universal Music, Chrysalis, Warners, SonyBMG, Akamai, ISAN, Native Instruments, Narrowstep, BBC, RedBee, EMAP and Virgin Media.


www.interoute.com

Links: Linkedin : Blog : MySpace : Flickr

 

Steve Mack
Author of Hands-On Guide to Webcasting, LUX Media
Steve Mack has spent the last eight years at the forefront of the streaming media industry. He is a partner at LUX Media, a firm specializing in all areas of streaming media, including large-scale live event production, a/v production, authoring, encoding, hardware and software implementation, training, original music composition, and script writing.

An accomplished author, Steve wrote The Streaming Media Bible for Hungry Minds (published Spring 2002) and wrote an article for the 1999 Wiley and SonsEncyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering entitled Broadcasting on the Internet. He has a monthly column in Streaming Magazine and regularly contributes to various web publications.

Steve has produced some of the largest and most prestigious Internet broadcasts, including U2 live from Notre Dame (Yahoo Internet Magazine's "Top of the Net for 2001"), the Rolling Stones Bridges to Babylon tour, Elton Johns Oscar Party, the WOMAD festival, Bumbershoot, the Tibetan Freedom Festivals, The New York Digital Club Festivals, the MTV Europe Awards, President Clintons Inaugural address, and the first ever public live Internet broadcast of a Seattle Mariners game in 1995.

Steve is a popular and sought-after public speaker, having has presented and given workshops at the National Association of Broadcasters, Internet World, the the RealConference, Streaming Media East and West, and South by Southwest. He also chaired the Internet Audio Workshop at the 105th Audio Engineering Society conference in September 1998.

Previously at RealNetworks for five years (http://www.real.com) as Executive Producer of New Programming and Special Events, Steve worked with high-profile customers and partners to create cutting-edge programming and presentations. Prior to this, Steve managed the RealNetworks Media Lab, where he oversaw an the intricate team composing responsible for the majority of content created for the RealNetworks web sites.

Steve is a member of the Audio Engineering Society and on the board of the International Webcasting Organization. He is also on the board of advisors for Rock & Roar, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of endangered species through cutting edge new media presentations. He volunteers for the Northwest Environment Watch, a non-profit organization dedicated to a sustainable economy in the Pacific Northwest, and in his spare time maintains the Harry Shearer web site.

Before his current career at RealNetworks in streaming media, Steve was a professional musician traveling the world and releasing five albums worth of material with critically acclaimed Irish rock group That Petrol Emotion. During this time he built, owned, and operated Bang Bang Studios in London, England, a commercial 24-track recording studio where he produced and engineered hundreds of releases. He is still active in the music industry as a producer/engineer and solo performer.As a former professional musician, Steve traveled the world and released five albums worth of material with critically acclaimed rock group That Petrol Emotion. He is still active in the music industry.

Tony Martin
SVP Europe, ROO
Tony Martin has worked at the cutting-edge of digital media for almost 25 years. Following a successful career in music, which included being signed to Creation Records and having his own Manchester-based record label, Tony went on to create a new media agency specialising in the delivery of online marketing, community and commercial solutions for the music industry. He then joined Sony Music UK in 1999 as its director of new media. Within two years Martin had been promoted to European vice president. Tony assumed the role of senior vice president ROO Europe in Q2 2007.
Noel Matthews
VP of Business Development, Tandberg
Noel Matthews is responsible for the global roll-out of advanced media solutions. Bringing together best-in- class technology and expertise in advanced compression, on-demand and interactive entertainment, these advanced technologies enable content owners, programmers, operators and broadcasters to launch next generation TV services today and to create new advertising models. A strong commercial player, Noel is a regular speaker at conferences around the world on digital convergence and has over 10 years experience in the TV market.
George Meek
Vice President Future TV, Brightcove
Christopher Miles
Sr. Manager, Intranet Communication & Collaboration, Starwood Hotels & Resorts
With nearly 10 years experience in the digital media space, Mr. Miles has been responsible for worldwide strategy, webcast event management, product selection, standards, training, awareness, and security for digital media products leveraged across Starwood since 2004. As a Fortune 500 publicly traded company with over 150,000 employees in more than 90 countries, Starwood relies on digital media products & solutions to reduce costs, improve communications, and keep associated engaged and connected across its 9 brands, around the world. Starwood uses a mixture of live streaming events, video on-demand, instant messaging, threaded discussions, and webconferencing as an „Integrated Communications Platform‰ for training, compliance, crisis messages, marketing, corporate communications, public relations, and executive interaction.

Jonathan Milne
Senior Director, Sales & Operations EMEA, Ooyala
Jonathan Milne joined Ooyala in 2008 to launch their European operations.  Ooyala is a highly innovative online video platform technology company, founded by former Google engineers, focused on helping clients make money from online video.  He has 16 years of experience in the Internet technology sector, focusing mainly on analytics and video platforms.  Before joining Ooyala Jonathan was General Manager for the online video platform Maven Networks's UK business until its acquisition by Yahoo!.  He joined Maven as their Technical Director and helped Maven establish a strong major media client base in the United States before focusing on UK operations.

Claus Moseholm
Partner and Co-Founder, GoViral
Claus Moseholm has 10 years of experience from the advertising and communication business. He has a Master in Economics and worked in the mid nineties as a PR consultant with clients like LEGO. He has been running PR and communication in the Nordics for the real estate design company YOO as their communication manager. In 2001 he ventured with the award winning advertising agency Home Sweet Home which he was directing for two years until he set-up GoViral together with Balder Olrik in 2003 pionering the field of viral marketing.
Jorg Nonnenmacher
CEO, Castify Networks
Jorg is the CEO & Founder of Castify Networks. Jörg is the chief architect behind Castify Networks' strategy for network providers and enterprises. In 2000, he assembled the team for Castify's corporate mission, writing the initial business plan and raising the initial seed funding, with the later Series A funding from a leading European group of venture capitalists.

Jörg defines the company's long-term strategic postioning for the enterprise and service provider markets and is responsible for Castify's partnership with HP, IBM, and SAP.

Jörg brings Castify a unique blend of successful sales and marketing experience with awards for fundamental technology research early in his career. Prior to founding Castify, Jörg was with famous Bell Labs in Murray Hill, NJ, US. At Bell Labs, Jörg investigated Internet measurements, reliable multicast, and broadcast audience estimation. During this time, Jörg was awarded the Communications Society's William R. Bennett Prize for best publication in 1999 in the prestigious journal IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking.

Jörg holds a PhD from EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland and an MSc degree from the University of Karlsruhe, Germany.
Mr Alan Ogilvie
Interactive Platforms Producer, Distribution Technologies, Audio & Music Interactive, BBC
Alan maintains the IP (Internet Protocol) distribution strategy for the BBC's Audio & Music division which includes the public Internet as well as closed IP solutions - in practice this means looking after internet streaming and capacity/bandwidth planning. He also represents the
division''s metadata services. Previous work includes: Sony Computer Entertainment, Fox Kids / Jetix, Beuna Vista, Imagestate Plc, Organic Inc, Pocket Video, Hyperlink Ltd. Awards have included: Revolution, BIMA and Intel Web Award.

Danny ONeill
Creative Director, BDP Creative
Jan Ozer
Principal, Streaming Learning Center Contributing Editor, Streaming Media
Jan Ozer is a digital video expert and frequent contributor to Information Today, Inc.'s Streaming Media magazine. Check out his website at www.streaminglearningcenter.com.

Charles Paintin
Creative Director, Crown Business Communications
Steve Pattison
VP, Marketing & Business Development, Qumu, Inc.
Steve Pattison is responsible for spearheading Media Publisher's marketing and business development efforts, including increasing awareness of the Media Publisher Enterprise Video Communication solution, overseeing all third party relationships, and extending Media Publisher's reach into new markets internationally. Steve brings to Media Publisher more than 15 years of experience with related content management technology and services companies. Most recently, Steve joined Media Publisher from Interwoven, an Enterprise Content Management company, where he was the Vice President of Worldwide Alliances and Business Development. Previously, Steve held management positions with Documentum, Plumtree, and PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Steve holds an MBA from the Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania) and a bachelor's degree in Marketing and MIS from the University of Minnesota.


Dr. Eric Petajan
CTO, VectorMAX Corporation
Kevin Petillo
Head of Digital Strategy, BDP Creative
Kevin Petillo's New media career began in 1999 as Head of business development / IAP interactive, were he launched the Simply brand. In 2000 he set up his own streaming media company STREAMteam ltd. With proprietary streaming technology Streamteam delivered groundbreaking webcasts for London fashion week, channel4, FooFighters and Lennox Lewis. Currently head of digital Strategy at BDP Media he successfully launched there IPTV platform and has re-positioned the company as a full service digital production agency. Featured speaker/workshop at IPTV Forum in Berlin May 07 and SoupIPTV Forum Soho house London Sept 06.


Kevin Quinn
Founder and Head of Sports & Media, Servecast
Kevin founded Servecast in 1998, having identified a significant market opportunity for the provision of online streaming media solutions. Prior to founding Servecast, Kevin specialised in satellite broadcasting and post production, having held various positions with Screenscene and Digital Space. He has unrivalled technical and commercial insight into New Media Sportscasting derived from years of experience implementing streaming sports media solutions for important customers such as Sky Sports, Liverpool FC & the Rugby Football League.


Dan Rayburn
, Streaming Media Magazine's European Edition
Dan Rayburn is recognized by many as the voice for the streaming and online video industry. He is a Principal Analyst with Frost & Sullivan working in their Digital Media group. Dan is a sought after speaker, writer, publisher and consultant and his work has been featured in print and online by nearly every major media outlet over the past 14 years. He co-founded one of the industry's first webcasting production companies successfully acquired by Digital Island for $70M. He has his own line of books for Focal Press with eight titles available in print. Regularly consulted by the media, he has been featured in hundreds of print and on-line articles and is a sought after expert in patent cases involving IP based video. He is a regular analyst to the investment community and his BusinessOfVideo.com blog is one of the most widely read sites for analysts, venture capitalists and money managers who cover companies in the online video sector.

Derek Ray-Hill
Commercial Director, International Visual Communications Association
Stefan Richter
Managing Director, FlashComGuru, Scribblar and muchosmedia
Stefan Richter is a certified Flash developer and co-author of the Hands-On Guide to Flash Video, published by Elsevier in 2007. His personal blog, www.flashcomguru.com, is one of the largest online resources for Flash Media Server and related technologies. Through his consultancy and development business muchosmedia.com Stefan handles a variety of projects for an international client list that includes Unilever, Cnet, Philips and Tate Modern.

Bob Sanders
VP, Sales and Business Development, Ortiva Wireless
Claudi Schneider
Client Services Manager, Take 3
Steve Shakespeare
UK & Ireland Consumer and Digital Home Manager, Intel Corporation
Steve is responsible for development of Intel's business with retailers, retail OEMs and digital content providers. In particular this includes the development of the emerging market for digital home systems and solutions for consumers.

Steve has held a range of positions in Sales & Marketing and IT during his 16 years at Intel.
Pete Stevenson
Creative Director, The Edge Picture Company
Pete has over 20 years’ experience in the business. Earlier this year he ran a session with Scottish & Newcastle at the Melcrum Social Media Forum for Internal Communicators about Engaging employees through new technology. In June he’s going to deliver a case study along with David Fairhurst (Chief People Officer of McDonalds Northern Europe) on how inspirational communication can turn misconceptions around to improve employee loyalty and pride. This is for the Ragan/simplycommunicate.com Engagement, Social Media and the Internal Communication Revolution event.

In the last two years Pete has spoken on effective Corporate Responsibility communication at the London Stock Exchange, Exporting Creative Services for the Department of Trade & Industry and Bringing the Brand to Life for Employees on the Communication Directors Forum.
Paul Tarplee
Managing Director, Twofour Digital
Stephen Trainor
VP, Strategy, Level 3 Communications, LLC
Stephen Trainor is currently responsible for strategy within Level 3's Content Markets Group. He has been with the company for three years in a variety of positions, most recently as Director of Voice Services, Europe, and before that as Director, Corporate Strategy and  Development, Europe.


Prior to Level 3, Stephen was a director of Stage Technologies, a UK firm providing computer-controlled automation solutions for live entertainment venues internationally, and prior to that occupied roles in the advertising, theater and recording industries.

Hanne Tuomisto-Inch
Online Communications Director, Banner
Jake Ward
Business Development Director, Groovy Gecko
Jake Ward is a highly experieced streaming media professional having worked in the industry for almost 14 years. Previous roles have included working for CNBC Europe and h former Deputy Editor of audio visual content at ft.com.

Jake now leads BroadView's account team which help clients deliver engaging and dynamic Web TV programmes to their key audiences.

Mark Wilson
Commercial Director, Astream
Steve Wind-Mozley
General Manager Nedstat UK, Nedstat
Steve Wind-Mozley has been General Manager Nedstat UK since August 2007. Steve joined Nedstat as Managing Consultant, UK, in April 2006 from Lloyds TSB where he was Senior Manager (Online Marketing). Prior to that Mr. Wind-Mozley was Ecommerce Channel Development Manager for Marks and Spencer, whom he joined in 1997.

Mr. Wind-Mozley obtained a Higher Diploma in Business Administration from the University of Teesside.
Alex Wolfe
CEO, Astream
 Alex Wolfe is a pioneer of Streaming Media within the UK having conductucted one of the first large live webcasts via satelite in 1997. He has consulted for Morgan Stanley, Citibank, Procter & Gamble, Novartis and GlaxoSmithKline. Alex originated the term SSP for Streaming Service Provider.

Joe Zaller
VP of Marketing, Snell & Wilcox
As VP of Marketing, Joe Zaller is responsible for the company‚s marketing strategy and market segment activities. Joe brings to Snell & Wilcox a proven track record and more than 15 years experience in the digital media industry, including work in the broadcast, cable & satellite and IPTV markets on both sides of the Atlantic. His experience encompasses all aspects of marketing, including strategic development, product management, marketing communications, partnership management and business development.

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Ari Paparo
Product Director, Advertiser Products
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CEO
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