The program for Streaming Forum 2013 is coming together nicely, but we still need your help. We’re looking specifically for sessions and presenters that can address the growing applications for online video in education and the ever-expanding sport market. In particular, we’re looking for how-to sessions and innovative case studies that can help our attendees understand best practices and new approaches to solving the specific challenges faced in those verticals.
We’re also still looking for speakers who can present sessions or help us fill out panel discussions in the following areas:
- Formats, Protocols, and Standards
- Encoding and Transcoding
- Live Event Webcasting
- Online Video Delivery Infrastructure
- Corporate Communications
- Media & Entertainment
- Social Video & Second Screen
You can make your submissions via our online submission form, or feel free to reach out to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Streaming Forum 2013 will be at the Park Plaza Victoria London on 18-19 June, and we’re looking to have the program completed by the end of the first week of March.
The Streaming Forum event is a “re-boot” of our Streaming Media Europe events; we’ve moved it out of the busy autumn conference season, relocated to a more central location in London, and put more emphasis on high-level networking and learning. Previous events have included speakers from YouTube, Samsung, BBC, Dailymotion, Red Bee Media, Channel 4, Xstream, Vimond, MTV Oy, Virgin Media, and Deutsche Telekom.