|By Business Wire||
|May 7, 2014 10:20 AM EDT||
StreamingMedia.com announced that its annual Streaming Media East conference and exhibition will once again feature the special ”Streaming Devices Pavilion,“ showcasing more than 50 over-the-top (OTT) video devices and platforms. Attendees can check out today's leading streaming boxes and smart TVs, testing nearly every OTT content platform currently available in the market, May 13–14 at the Hilton New York in midtown Manhattan.
Attendees will have the opportunity to test content platforms and hardware from:
|-- Aereo||-- Apple TV|
|-- Amazon||-- Amazon Fire TV|
|-- Apple||-- ASUS Cube|
|-- Crunchyroll||-- D-Link MovieNite Plus|
|-- Epix||-- Google Chromecast|
|-- ESPN||-- Hisense Pulse|
|-- Microsoft Xbox 360/One|
|-- HBO Go||-- Netgear NeoTV Prime|
|-- Hulu Plus||-- Roku 3|
|-- Major League Soccer||-- Slingbox 500|
|-- MLB.TV||-- Sony PlayStation 3/4|
|-- NBA League Pass||-- Sony Internet Player|
|-- Netflix||-- TiVo Roamio|
|-- NHL Game Center||-- Vizio Co-Star|
|-- Redbox Instant by Verizon||-- WD TV Live|
-- Showtime Anytime
|Also on display:|
-- WWE Network
-- Xbox Video
|-- Smart TVs from Samsung, Vizio, Sony, LG|
“The Streaming Devices Pavilion gives attendees the opportunity to get hands-on with the largest collection of over-the-top video devices and platforms, all in one room,” said Dan Rayburn, conference chairman at StreamingMedia.com. “If you’ve ever wanted to compare OTT services and devices side by side in a real-world setting, this is the place to do it.”
Attendees who visit the Pavilion will also receive a chart that gives the specs of each streaming device and lists which content platforms they support. A digital copy of the chart can also be viewed at www.streamingmediadevices.com.
To attend the 2014 Streaming Media East conference and exhibition, or to get access to the Streaming Devices Pavilion for FREE, go to www.streamingmedia.com/east 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 www.streamingmedia.com/conferences/East2014/Press.aspx.
About StreamingMedia.com Events
StreamingMedia.com'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, StreamingMedia.com 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 and 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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