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OTT Providers, Broadcasters, Cable Operators, and Content Owners to Showcase Latest Technology and Platforms at Streaming Media East Conference, the leading producer of news, information, and events dedicated to the business, technology, and content of streaming media, announced that its annual Streaming Media East Conference and Exhibition will be held May 13–14 at the New York Hilton Midtown in New York City.

Now in its 17th year, the Streaming Media East show is the No. 1 place to come see, learn, and discuss the latest streaming media technology and business models. The conference showcases the best technology and platform advances in the media, broadcast, enterprise, retail, and advertising markets. Special sessions and presentations will also highlight some of the successful TV Everywhere business models and Over-the-Top Video deployments.

The Streaming Media East conference also offers 14 “how-to” sessions, taught by some of the industry’s leading instructors, giving attendees step-by-step instructions on various technical aspects of the industry. Don’t just hear about these technologies — come see them in action!

The 2014 Streaming Media East show will feature 100-plus speakers across more than 40 sessions and workshops and will include the following topics:

  • Monetizing Premium Content
  • Producing and Deploying HEVC
  • Live Streaming Production
  • Content Management Strategies
  • 4K Streaming Costs and QoS
  • The Business of TV Everywhere
  • Smart TV Platforms and Devices
  • YouTube Strategy for Brands
  • Apps and Multiscreen Viewing
  • Creating Compelling Video Ad Experiences
  • Mobile Video in the Enterprise
  • Streaming in Higher Education
  • Creating and Managing OTT Apps
  • Ad Strategies for Brands
  • Encoding for Multiple Screens
  • OTT and Bundled TV Models
  • Building Web Video Players
  • Netflix's Video Workflow

Confirmed speakers and presenters include representatives from Netflix, Viacom, AOL, Yahoo, Verizon, T-Mobile, A+E, NASA, Scripps, Huffington Post, CNN, Google, BBC, TiVo, YouTube, LG, MTV, Fox News Digital, EPIX, WWE, MLB, NBCU, Turner, Roku, Gannett, Redbox Instant, Time Inc., Bleacher Report, Vevo, NBC Sports Group and CBS Interactive, among many more being added. Visit for the latest list of confirmed speakers.

To register to attend the 2014 Streaming Media East conference and exhibition, go to or phone 800-300-9868.

Media registration is open to working journalists and analysts with commercial news organizations and research firms. To register for FREE, please go to

About Events's conferences and expositions are the largest and most prestigious events in the world for the business of video and audio on the internet. Bringing together leading companies and technologies, events are the industry's meeting place for streaming media professionals who want to learn, network, and make business deals. Executives and decision makers from all over the world attend these annual events in New York, California, and London. Focused on the "business" of streaming media in the Media & Entertainment, Enterprise, Education and Broadcast sectors, these shows are the industry's leading forum, bringing together digital media experts and professionals in order to exchange ideas, strategies, and success stories.

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