Insights in Viewability and Measurement in Tech Innovations
This presentation will highlight technology innovations in measurement and the latest viewing trends impacting the digital video ecosystem.
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Choosing a Corporate YouTube System
We’ve been hearing about corporate YouTubes for a while; or services that allow employees, partners and other stakeholder to upload video to a site with structured moderation and security. But how do these differ from a traditional OVPs?
Server-Side Ad Insertion: Reducing Video Player Complexity & Improving Reliability
The proliferation of devices with differing capabilities, concern over ad blockers, and the need to insert ads in live streams have driven many distributors to move ad insertion management from the video player to server or cloud-based solutions.
DASH In The Real World: What You Can Deploy Today
This session examines commercial deployments of DASH based solutions across the spectrum of media delivery. Learn from operators why they made the decision to move to DASH, lessons learned in the practical implementation of DASH, and future plans.
H.265 vs. H.264: The Reality of the Options
The case for H.265, like most new video technologies, is compelling: better compression and faster/cheaper delivery over lower bit rates. However, the reality of real-world options can quickly deflate any optimistic plans.
Streaming Deployments in Higher Education
This session will explore how universities are bringing live and VOD streaming into the classroom, including a closer look at how its being deployed, which use cases are showing the best success and best practices that should be followed.
Paid Media on YouTube: Strategies for Brands
Most consumer brands have developed some presence on YouTube, but paid media on the entertainment behemoth remains a mystery for many. Should YouTube be treated as an extension of search or television, performance or branding?