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Streaming Media Europe Readers’ Choice Awards: Finalists Announced

The Finalists have been announced for this year’s Streaming Media Europe Readers’ Choice Awards.

Almost 4,000 readers submitted their votes for a total of 304 nominees in 15 categories.

Below is the list of finalists — the top three vote-getters in each category, in alphabetical order. The winners will be announced at Streaming Media Europe in London later this month. The Awards ceremony will take place during the drinks reception in Streaming Media’s Expo on Tuesday 16 October and entry is FREE for all pre-registered exhibition visitors. Click here to register and celebrate with the lucky winners!

Analytics/QOS solution
Bridge Technologies

Video Advertising platform

Music & Audio Delivery solution

Best Live Webcast 2012
Interlake Media
Streaming Tank

Video Discovery Service

Best Streaming Innovation 2012

Webcast platform
Sonic Foundry

Delivery Network

TV over IP solution

Streaming Services Provider
i2i Media

Mobile Video app or soln

Cloud Video Service

Online Video Platform

Server hardware/software

Transcoding solution


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Last Chance to Vote for Streaming Media European Readers’ Choice Awards

Voting for Streaming Media’s European Readers’ Choice Awards is closing on Friday –  so vote now for your favourite online video and streaming products and service providers, as nominated by you earlier this summer.

We’ve had a fantastic response so far with hotly contested nominations in fifteen categories including Best Live Webcast of 2012, Mobile Video App or Solution, and Webcast Platform

The three finalists in each category will be announced at the end of September, and the winners will be announced and receive their Award at Streaming Media Europe in London at a special drinks reception on 16 October. The reception is open to all, click here to register for the conference or expo.

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Full List of Streaming Media Europe Exhibitors

Streaming Media Europe is less than a week away, and already more than twice as many people have registered to attend than were at last year’s event. We’ve also got a full exhibit hall floor, and this year the exhibit hall will also feature the Exhibit Hall Theatre with timely presentations on everything from webcasting to encoding in H.264. 

Here’s a list of the exhibitors who will be at the show. See you in London!

  • Adfero
  • Allegro
  • Astream
  • BestTV
  • BGA Group (Gold Sponsor) 
  • Craze Productions
  • Datmedia
  • Edgeware
  • Eye Partner
  • Garland Partners (Gold Sponsor) 
  • Global-MIX (Diamond Sponsor) 
  • Gomez Europe Ltd. (Gold Sponsor) 
  • Groovy Gecko
  • Highwinds (Gold Sponsor) 
  • Internap Network Services (Platinum Sponsor) 
  • Ipercast International (Gold Sponsor) 
  • Jet Stream (Gold Sponsor) 
  • Limelight Networks (Gold Sponsor) 
  • Mirror Image Internet
  • Mydeo m3
  • Nativ
  • Nedstat (Gold Sponsor) 
  • Over Achievers Ltd.
  • Packet Exchange Ltd. (Gold Sponsor) 
  • Sharpstream
  • Something Abstract Ltd
  • Stream Projects Ltd
  • Stream UK (Platinum Sponsor) 
  • Streaming Ltd
  • Streaming Media Partners Europe (Gold Sponsor) 
  • VBrick Systems
  • Velocix (Platinum Sponsor) 
  • Vidiator (Gold Sponsor) 
  • ViewCast
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Streaming Media East Highlights and Recap

Last week’s Streaming Media East show in New York was by far the biggest show since our parent company, Information Today, purchased the Streaming Media property in 2002 — more than 3,500 attendees, 65 exhibitors, and more than two dozen conference sessions. Especially heartening was the number of visitors from outside the U.S., which bodes well for our Europe show coming up in October in London.

Not surprisingly, the hottest topics of discussion were high-definition video, user-generated video, and of course how to monetize any and all content. What stood out the most for me as I walked the floor and talked to attendees was just how many people were attending for the first time, coming in with a vague idea of what they were looking for and being blown away by the breadth and depth of the solutions being offered for delivering video online both to consumers and for enterprise communications. For a great example of just one of those “wow” moments, check out episode 16 of our Streaming Media podcasts, in which Jose Castillo and Tim Siglin speak with Steve Garfield about how he dazzled attendees by webcasting live from his mobile.

Of course, that points to one of the big differences between our U.S. shows and Streaming Media Europe, and one of the big differences between the U.S. market and the markets in the UK and Europe: Mobile traction stateside is nowhere near what it is in the UK and Europe, and so the Streaming Media Europe show will feature more sessions devoted specifically to mobile video, as well as a special Mobile Video Pavilion in the exhibit.

Clearly, though, awareness of and interest in online video solutions has reached critical mass, where we’re no longer simply preaching to the choir. Online video is accessible and affordable enough now that it’s finally appealing to potential users in every possible vertical and businesses of all types and sizes. This year’s Streaming Media Europe will be leaps and bounds beyond the last two years’, both in terms of size and scope.

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