Streaming Media East 2011

May. 10, - May. 11, 2011
Location: Hilton 1335 Avenue of the Americas 10019 New York City, New York

Streaming Media East 2011
The Business & Technology Of Online Video
May 10-11, 2011 - (Preconference Workshops: Monday, May 9)
Hilton New York • New York, NY
Overview Program Speakers Registration Exhibits Exhibit/Sponsor Hotel/Travel Press Past Shows Each year the Streaming Media East conference and exhibition brings you innovative content from compelling speakers as well as face-time with major industry players in the exhibit hall. But be prepared because this year is even better.

We've added a fourth track of nine sessions devoted to the topic of HTML5 to our already info-packed program. The HTML5 video "conference-within-a-conference" track will run the full two days of the show and will include sessions on the topic of: encoding video for Apple iOS devices, advertising and HTML5, how-to build an HTML5 player, HTML5 standards and more. This fourth track will be available to conference attendees of Streaming Media East at no extra cost.

You also won't want to miss the unveiling of our new Device Pavilion. Featuring over 25 broadband enabled devices, this is your chance to get hands-on with some of the latest hardware and content platforms. Plus, we'll be giving some of these devices away!

We know there are a lot of events in the industry and that your time is valuable. So we're hard at work placing speakers, adding more content, planning networking mixers and making the show really worth your time. We look forward to seeing you in New York.

Dan Rayburn
Conference Chairman &
Executive Vice President
StreamingMedia.com

Features sessions covering the following topics:
•HTML5 Video
•Inside the Cross-Platform Olympics Experience
•Media Framework: Video Publishing Platforms
•Using HD Video for Better Engagement
•Bridging TV and Broadband
•Streaming Production: Improving Your Video Quality
•Content Syndication and Aggregation Strategies
•P2P on the Flash Platform
•Advertising Spending: From Trickle to Torrent
•Streaming Video and the Television Landscape
•CDN Pricing: The Going Rate for Video Delivery