How Advertisers Can Master the Spend Between Television and Digital Video
Agencies and brands alike are now faced with the challenge to create a holistic spending strategy that brings the most value from both online and television ad dollars. In this session, speakers will explain how technology is now enabling that.
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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?
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.
4K Streaming: Cost, QoS, and Cutting Through the Hype
This session will cut through the 4K hype and discuss what real-world impact 4K could have and what the requirements really are to stream in 4K. Hear from experts from various sides of the industry to get some clarity.
Big Streaming: Technical Challenges of Large-Scale Events
There are a host of live streaming options available today, but most break down when the crowd gets too large. In this session we will explore techniques successfully used to provide a satisfying live viewing experience at very large scale.
The Business of TV as an App
The TV app market continues to grow and thrive, both in terms of quantity of content and diversity of business models, as more content owners use apps to reach viewers on multiple devices. But the device most people associate with apps is Roku.
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.