The Future of Live Video Streaming
Viewers today demand instant-on, HD streaming of live events. What will they demand in the future? 4K? 8K? HDR? VR? What role will services such as Periscope and live streaming on Facebook play? Our panel of experts bring their knowledge of the past and present to bear as they make predictions about what viewers will expect in five or ten years, and which content types, technologies, and monetization models the live streaming industry must embrace to meet those expectations.
Moderator: Eric Grab, CTO - NeuLion
Robert Klug, CEO - Streaming Media Hosting, Inc.
Mike Rotman, CEO and Founder - Streamin Garage
Chris Knowlton, VP & Streaming Industry Evangelist - Wowza Media Systems
Rich Robinson, Senior Vice President, Digital - World Surf League
Jeff Varnell, Vice President of Channel Sales & Supply Chain, - Livestream
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