Enterprise Delivery- Building an Internal Streaming Solution
This session dives into the formats, protocols, and architectures that are commonly used for distributing streams to all screens within an enterprise setting, plus touch on reaching remote and mobile workers.
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Expanding Outside YouTube--Creating a Multi-Channel Network Strategy
This session discusses how traditional and nontraditional media companies are looking at extending YouTube monetization to other platforms and apps that give them greater control and flexibility.
Measuring the ROI on a HEVC Deployment
While HEVC is still months away from mainstream deployment, it's important for companies to take an ROI-centric look at the technology and evaluate where and when it makes sense to incorporate HEVC into transcoding and content delivery workflows.
Benchmarking Your Broadcast Video Workflow
This panel focuses on benchmarking total propagation and playback times for live and on-demand broadcast video workflows. What are the industry norms for publishing videos from creation to playback? Is there an ROI from increasing speed?
Dissecting Big Data: Trends in Video Consumption and Behavior
This session discusses how broadcasters, advertisers, and OTT providers are using video consumption data to provide the best end- to-end user experience. The discussion akss which devices are most popular and which provide the most engagement.
From the Classroom to the Athletic Fields- Streaming in Educational Institutions
There are numerous uses for live and on-demand video streaming in educational institutions, including sporting events, commencements, concerts, debates, and flipped classrooms.
Keynote: Twitter--The Home of What's Happening #NOW in Streaming Media
Mike Park, Twitter's Head of Video Development & Monetization, shares some of the latest trends on Twitter. From short-form video, Amplify instant replays and trending must-see TV clips, to entertaining Vines and live broadcasting with Periscope.