Streaming Forum 2013

A New Cutting-edge Conference for Innovators, Practitioners and Decision Makers

18 19 June 2013

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Since 2006, the Streaming Media Europe Conference has played an integral part in driving the exponential growth in IP delivery of rich media. It continues to serve as a catalyst for cutting-edge developments in online video and audio across all sectors.

To ensure that we continue to play our part as effectively as possible in bringing the key players and thought leaders together under one roof in a high-touch, high-energy event, our 2013 conference will focus on the streaming media game-changers that will continue to drive our industry to new heights in the coming years, with a special emphasis on key hot spots:
- Media & Entertainment
- Corporate Communications
- Education & Training
- Sport
- Live Event Webcasting
- Encoding & Transcoding
- Formats, Protocols, & Standards
- Video Infrastructure

58 speakers

31 sessions

Day 1 Tuesday 18th June 2013

Day 2 Wednesday 19th June 2013

58 known attendees

  • Kat Allen
  • Chris Fetner
  • Jan Ozer
  • Peter Riz
  • Will Neale
  • Chris Dabbs
  • Kiran Patel
  • Peter Dikhazi
  • John Pallett
  • Ben Kittow
  • Philip Tubman
  • Frank Steiner
  • Dr Anthony 'Skip' Basiel
  • Eric Burns
  • Brendan Carney
  • Troy Dreier
  • Frans Vermeulen
  • Barry John
  • James Burt
  • Stephen Byrne
  • Charlie Muirhead
  • Wim Gerits
  • Ron Nath Mukherjee
  • Steffan Aquarone
  • Simon Frusher
  • Matthew Misik
  • Nevil Bounds
  • Chris Lloyd
  • Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
  • Christian Timmerer
  • Caroline Milner
  • Thomas Stockhammer
  • Ali C. Begen
  • Gilles TENIOU
  • Petr Peterka
  • Dom Robinson
  • David Price
  • Thomas Burnichon
  • Thomas Kramer
  • Cyrille Berson

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