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Streaming Media East 2005 Highlights
Highlights from the show floor at Streaming Media East 2005 featuring interview highlights with leading video streaming technologists from the hottest companies in the industry.
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Welcome & Opening Keynote
Enterprise Digital Media: Bringing it All Together - Tony Raimundo “We weren’t going to succeed by creating a digital media division of Citi Group. If we were going to succeed at all it would be by fully integrating whatever value we were able to add tightly into the existing tools and vehicles already proven to work within Citi Group”. - Tony Raimundo, Citi Group
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Content Protection Strategies (B101)
Moderator - Christopher Levy; Panelists: Enzo Villani, Alex Wolfe, Jeff Cohen, Antonette Goroch "Content protection is very important for content and asset owners to be able to monetize their content and make sure it is not abused en masse like some of the peer to peer services allow you to do. But they really must take a stand and start implementing now. It can be done very cheaply by something as simple as password protecting a video stream." - Alex Wolfe, Astream
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Implementing Video Over IP For Mission-Critical Applications (C101)
Moderator - Rod Bacon; Panelists: Counse Broders, Richard Mavrogeanes, Michael Brandofino "When we talk about mission critical applications in video I think, again, there is two parts of the conversation – one is the application layer that we just talked about, and secondly are the technical layer. What does it take to make this a P-1 application? What are some of the issues that need to be concerned?" – Rod Bacon, Media Publisher Inc.
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Entertainment Delivery for Broadband Service Providers (B102)
Panelists: Ian Blane, David Rice, Paul Zullo “If you have highly differentiated content, unique content, something that is not otherwise generally accessible there is a good model for subscription or a pay per incident model. If you are focused on a little bit broader swath where you are competing in a category with a few other people targeting a general mass market in terms of the broadband user I think the advertising model is very powerful.” – Mike Sawyer, Limelight Networks
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Streaming & Video Conferencing Technology (C102)
Thumb nail Video Conferencing TechnologyStreaming & Video Conferencing Technology (C102) Moderator - Tony Klejna; Speakers: George Charpied, Ken Szczepanski, Beth Fellendorf. In this presentation technologists describe how they use videoconferencing and streaming at their institutions. The video streaming industry is represented by Ken Szcepanski who compares teleconferencing and media streaming and explains the different technologies.
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Digital Media Patent Issues (A103)
Moderator - Dan Rayburn “Companies like Acacia, their entire business model is to acquire patents and then go out and force people by means of litigation, if need be, force people to pay them some sort of royalty. … If you stream, download, progressive download, any type of video and audio content over any platform or any medium – wireless, IPTV, internet, intranet or whatever it is – they claim you owe them money, only as long as there is a storage component to it.” - Dan Rayburn, Moderator
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Keynote Day 2
Streaming Media and the U.S. Department of State - Alex Feldman “One of our tasks is to communicate the message of freedom and American values in as forceful, imaginative and eloquent a way to the broadest, most diverse audience possible using all the mediums at our disposal.” - Alex Feldman, Dept. of State
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Using Live Webcasting for Brand Extension (B201)
Moderator - Steve Mack, Panelists: Nicole McLane, Eric Manchester, Steve Fanelli “With a large, global entity like JP Morgan Chase, to bring this global worldwide firm together and make it feel like one team is a very difficult task and streaming is really the only way that we can do that”. - Nicole McLane, JP Morgan Chase
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Is 2005 "The Year of Internet Radio"? (C201)
Moderator - Kurt Hanson; Panelists: Louis Louw, Brian Cullinan, Kevin Shively “There are some real striking developments that do make a very hard argument for this being a break out year, if you will, for internet radio, the fact that more Fortune 500 companies, companies like Coca Cola, are using internet radio in their marketing plans making it a part of not only their interactive advertising but coordinating it with their broadcast advertising as well.” - Kevin Shively, Net Radio Sales
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The Future of Open-Standard Internet Video (B202)
Moderator - Dale Sorenson; Panelists: Julien Signes, Doug McIntyre and Phillip Smith “I think there is a little confusion in the industry between IP TV and streaming media, what the differences are, where or when they are going to converge, because this debate very much impinges on that definition and what exactly what people are going to do” - Phillip Smith, Complete Media
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Streaming Video for Distance Learning (C202)
“There was our television picture, there was information about our colleges. There was the classes that we were putting up on television and we were standing there patting each other on the back and suddenly the room got hushed because we realized we were on the wrong box. The box we should be was the box that was over on the desk”. - Ross Davis, Gen. Mgr. Seattle Community College Television
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Distribution & Delivery of Digital Media (C203)
Moderator - Dan Rayburn; Panelists: David Goldberg, Jeff Moriarty, Kris Alexander, Pat Greer, Gordon Smith The moderator gave a preview of a complex topic in the introduction, “How do you pick and choose the right service provider is very difficult to do. It still is not as easy as it should be. When you get into things like SLA and pricing and contracts and service and what people are providing there is still a lot of choice out there, which is very good. But because of that choice it makes your decision a little bit harder” - Dan Rayburn, Streaming Media
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Wireless Media Anytime, Anywhere (B204)
Pete Lanace and Peggy Miles “I think you are going to start seeing the ability to find video on the internet and then send it to a portable device, or more importantly, the portable device is smart enough, you told it what you wanted before you subscribed to it, it will come directly to the portable device.” Peggy Miles, InterVox Communications.
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Limelight Demonstration
(www.limelightnetworks.com) Limelight Networks is a content delivery network that is optimized for large file delivery of rich media and focuses primarily on video, music and gaming in the download space. The company’s mission is to put together the next generation architecture with a scalable system that leverages cutting edge technology.
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TriCaster Demonstration
Thumbnail TriCaster DemoPhil Nelson, VP of marketing NewTek (www.newtek.com) “TriCaster is a live television production truck in a back pack. It weighs less than 10 pounds. I’ll hold it up and it is less than one cubic foot and it allows you to seamlessly mix live cameras, graphics, data from remote computers, and output them simultaneously to projectors, to a web stream and to video.” - Phil Nelson, NewTek
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Interview with Mike King of Abacast
(www.abacast.com) Abacast uses a unique distributed streamed media technology that allows people to send a tremendous amount of streaming content using a reduced bandwidth rate for a more affordable rate.
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Interview with Mirror Image
Bob Hammond (www.mirror-image.com) “Ultimately I would like to get to the point where our customers have completely virtualized their content site … when they actually push the submit button on their content management system they are actually submitting to a virtual network at Mirror Images network not only for the transaction for delivery of pages of content but also the application space, the back end database space, essentially soup to nuts all the way through so they can completely outsource all their IT function”. Bob Hammond, Mirror Image.
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Interview with VBrick
Richard Mavrogeanes (www.vbrick.com) (www.isma.tv) (www.mpegif.org) “It depends on your perspective. If you come out of the networking space and you start talking about convergence, people think about putting more things on an IP network. Certainly data has been there, here comes IP telephony. So you are running voice over Ethernet and over IP, or video. But I think the other dimension of convergence is multiple applications.” - Richard Mavrogeanes, V Brick Systems
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Interview with Dan Myrick
People in Hollywood aren’t taking the web seriously, yet, … So us on the content side and you guys on the technological side-- this is the new Hollywood. – Dan Myrick
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Interview with Dayport, Inc.
Thumb nail DayportTom Guzik Dayport, Inc. Sr. VP of Bus Development (www.dayport.com) “Most of our customers are very large content creators and providers and so we provide service to them and the volume of content delivery require Limelight provides the heavy lifting for us and makes it look good.” - Tom Guzik, Dayport
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Interview with Limelight Networks
Mike Sawyer, VP of Marketing (www.limelightnetworks.com) “MSNBC was doing the coverage at the Vatican of the Papal succession. A lot of people were tuning in ‘hey, the smoke went up for the next Pope’. We actually saw over 100,000 simultaneous high bandwidth streams. We pushed out over 21 gigabits per second peak. And that set a new record for NSNBC.” - Mike Sawyer, Limelight Networks
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Interview with Eye Wonder
Burke Scott, Director of Channel Development “We are an internet streaming advertising company. Everything we do is Flash-based. Advertisers will come to us with their video and we’ll help them enable their ads across multiple publishing sites.” - Burke Scott, Eye Wonder
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Interview with Focal Press
Angelina Ward, Senior Acquisitions Editor “Focal Press is the leader in media technology publishing so what we do overall is photography, film and video production, broadcast engineering and digital media, of course, which includes the streaming media industry”. - Angelina Ward, Focal Press
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Jay Geils Introduction
Jay Geils is now a solo guitarist playing classic jazz and blues. His first solo release, as I mentioned, Jay Guils Plays Jazz, features some elements of jazz, blues and even western swing. … let me introduce to you Jay Geils and the Gerry Beaudoin Trio. Dave Gardy, TV Worldwide.
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Jay Geils Live Performance Part 1
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Jay Geils Live Performance Part 2
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Abacast
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Mirror Image
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Focal Press
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Limelight Networks
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VBrick Systems
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NewTek
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International Webcaster Association
ESPRE Solutions
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Efron Studios
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