Monday, October 29, 2007

Streaming Media West

Streaming Media West is an important conference to those in the business of internet broadcasting. I will be attending the show and will share as much as I can.

Here are a few words about the conference from the organizers:

Attended by more than 2,500 executives last year, Streaming Media West is the
only show that covers both the business of online video and the technology of
streaming, downloading, Webcasting, Internet TV, IPTV, and mobile video.

Covering both corporate and consumer business, technology, and content issues in
the enterprise, advertising, media and entertainment, broadcast, and education
markets, Streaming Media West is about more than just streaming!

This year at Streaming Media West, you can attend the new “demo” sessions and learn firsthand how to apply these technologies in your business immediately. Learn how to choose a software-based media encoder, how to create compelling online video ads, learn the costs for outsourced hosting and video delivery, get a crash
course on the new Adobe Media Player, see some of the latest P2P networks in
action, and hear directly from the analyst and banking communities on what the
outlook is for investment in the online video sector.

Streaming Media West 2007 combines cutting-edge exhibitors and intensive conference sessions with more than 100 speakers, 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. We look forward to seeing you at the show!

Business executives can hear speakers talking about the latest issues including Online Video Advertising, Successful Models for Consumer-Based Content, The Future for Portable Wireless Content, IPTV & Video On-Demand Cable Services, Broadband Video Advertising, The Business of Podcasting And Video Blogging, Using Video For Viral Marketing to Teenagers, and Rich Media and The Road to Convergence, plus others.

Technology executives can focus on sessions such as Selecting the Right Hardware Software For Webcasting, IP-Based Conferencing and Collaborative Applications, Protecting Digital Assets, Choosing the Best Video Codec, Using Streaming and Videoconferencing In Healthcare, Unique Challenges to Enterprise Streaming, Tools And Strategies For Content Creation and Encoding, IPTV Deployment, Best Practices For Windows Media Video Encoding, and Creating Content with Macromedia Flash Video -- all planned to bring you to speed on the latest technical challenges and solutions.

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