The Economics of Mobile Video: Building a Profitable Business
Moderator: Simon Jones, Ooyala; Speakers: Ben El-Baz, Allwinner; Mike McLeod, PGA Tour Digital; Joanne Waage, MobiTV
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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?
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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.
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Content Management Strategies for Enterprise Content Platforms
With video rapidly growing as a medium for communication across all areas of the enterprise—marcomm, training, collaboration, compliance—how can you take advantage of your existing investments to make video a first-class content asset?