Streaming Media East 2010
The Business & Technology Of Online Video
May 11-12, 2010 - (Preconference Workshops: Monday, May 10)
New York Hilton Midtown New York, NY
Thank you for making the Streaming Media East 2010 conference and exhibition a huge success!
ALL CONFERENCE SESSION VIDEOS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING ON DEMAND
Save the date for Streaming Media East 2021
May 24-26, 2021
The Westin Copley Place Boston, MA
With more than 100 speakers across 30 sessions, Streaming Media East is still the one online video show that is solely focused on giving you real information you can apply
immediately in your business. Forget shows that cram too many speakers on a session or fill the agenda with vendor sales pitches. At Streaming Media East, nearly 75% of our
speakers are customers who are buying and deploying these services and products today. Get real-world advice of what is and isn't working fromthose whose businesses
rely on online video products and services.
Now in its 13th year, the Streaming Media East show is the number-one place to come see, learn, and discuss what is taking place with all forms of online video business
models and technology. Content owners, viral video creators, online marketers, enterprise corporations, broadcast professionals, ad agencies, educators, and others all
come to Streaming Media East to see and hear the latest online video technology but, more importantly, to discuss the business models that are coming of age.
Streaming Media East combines cutting-edge exhibitors and intensive conference sessions, giving you the chance to hear and see the best and the brightest minds in the
online video industry—at the podium, in the Exhibit Hall, and among the attendees.
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