Online Video Platform Summit Combines Speakers from Funny or Die, Microsoft, Zappos
If you're not sure how to get started with online video or you need to take your company's efforts to the next level, you'll want to drop by the Online Video Platform Summit (OVPS). The two-day event runs November 2 and 3, and is being held in Los Angeles for the first time.
The reason to attend is for the unrivaled access to the great minds that are making online video such a dynamic industry. Where else could you see someone from Funny or Die talking humor or a rep from Microsoft talking about content?
If you're looking for an online video platform to host your company's videos, the OVPS won't just present the top choices, it will introduce you to the heads of all the major companies. Each day offers an online video platform showcase attended by the heads of ClickStreamTV, Kaltura, Limelight, and more. You can also attend a panel discussion on choosing the right OVP for your business.
Want to make sure your videos can be seen on mobile devices? There's a session just for that which includes representatives from Sorenson Media and Encoding.com. If you're not sure how to use analytics data to improve the effectiveness of your videos, there's a session for that, as well.
You can have the greatest content on the Internet, but if people don't know about it, it doesn't matter. A first day session on marketing and search engine optimization will let you learn from a Funny or Die vice president, as well as the people behind MeFeedia and Taboola.
If you're looking to create revenue with your online videos, sit in on an e-commerce discussion with people from Zappos and the Vitamin Shoppe. This conference even tackles the creative side of online video. A panel hosted by a Microsoft social media and online video expert looks at how to present high-quality video on a budget.
OnlineVideo.net will have daily reports from the conference for those who can't be there in person. The event is being run concurrently with the Streaming Media West conference. You can register for the OVPS here.
Troy Dreier's article first appeared on OnlineVideo.net
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