Forecasting the Future of Video

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I'd like to invite you to join me October 1-3 in Pasadena, Calif., at our first Next|VIDEO Conference + Expo, an event that focuses on the future of video technology, production and delivery. We're producing three days of education and expert guidance developed to help you better understand, evaluate and implement the technologies that will impact the future of video and, by extension, your work in video.

Next|VIDEO is a multi-tier conference, with each track focused on a distinct component of technology. In addition, Next|VIDEO includes a full exhibit floor, keynote presentation (see details below) and several networking events in which you can connect with experts. The conference tracks include:

The full schedule is posted on the event site (www.nextvideoexpo.com) to help you decide which tracks will be the most useful and relevant for you. Session highlights include:

  • Creating Exclusive Online Video Content Easily and Economically
  • Maximizing Viewer Engagement and Improving the User Experience
  • Security and Protection for Streaming
  • Reducing Complexities in Content Delivery
  • Video Streaming Performance: How Do Infrastructure Decisions Impact Outcomes?
  • What TV Everywhere Can Do for Traditional Media
  • Globalization of Multiscreen Video
  • Multiplatform Media and Video: Making It a Reality
  • TV Is Dead? No Way. It's Live.
  • Second Screen: What's Working (and Not Working) on Connected Devices
  • What's Next for IPTV?
  • Make Content That Resonates—And Then Multipurpose It
  • How Interactive Video Can Drive ROI
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Matt Graham

Next|VIDEO Keynote Luncheon: Going Digital with PBS
October 1, 1 to 3 p.m.
Matt Graham, Director of Content Development, PBS

Founded in 2012, PBS Digital Studios has redefined what it means to be a network in today's connected world. In this presentation, you'll hear how the company changed its own culture to embrace the ongoing evolution. Constantly staying at the forefront of consumer viewing habits, PBS has learned that initiatives like creating a Roku app and increasing its presence on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu have become necessary as today's viewers demand convenient access. Join Matt Graham and learn how you can create a culture of innovation within your own organization.

I hope you'll consider joining us. I think it'll be an enriching event and an exciting look at where we're heading. You can register to receive updates at www.nextvideoexpo.com, or follow us on Twitter at @NextVideo.

Best,
Cristina Clapp
Editorial Director, Digital Video magazine

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