The convergence of connectivity, bandwidth, and technology improvements is rapidly expanding entertainment distribution over the web to the living room, mobile, and beyond. The web is now poised to leapfrog traditional distribution mechanisms, because of the rapid pace of innovation and ability to upgrade with a software download. The concept of this conference is to explore the “old”, the “new”, and the “future” in the context of the technology requirements for delivering a compelling entertainment experience over the web.
Is traditional media in danger of being overrun? Find out by joining us for this 2 day event on the beautiful Stanford campus where technical, creative, and ecosystem experts explore how the Internet is changing entertainment and provide context to help understand technology and application trends.
A must attend for engineers, creatives, and researchers focused on future of entertainment over the Internet!
Early Bird SMPTE/HPA Member: USD 600
Pre-Registration SMPTE/HPA Member: USD 675
On-Site SMPTE/HPA Member: USD 725
Early Bird Non-Member: USD 725
Pre-Registration Non-Member: USD 825
On-Site Non-Member: USD 875
SMPTE Life Member/Fellow: USD 100
Educator: USD 250
Student: USD 50
Event Reception and Session Only: USD 150
Speakers: Pat Griffis of Dolby, Joyce Farrell of Stanford University, Mark Adams of Accedo, Francisco Artes of NSS Labs, Wendy Aylsworth of Warner Bros., Bill Baggelaar of Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sunil Bharitkar of Dolby, Lars Borg of Adobe, Scott Brown of Nielsen, Jim Burger of Thompson Coburn, Tim Carroll of Linear Acoustic, Samuel Chang of LG, Todd Collart of Deluxe OnDemand, Tom Coughlin of Coughlin Associates, Colin Dixon of nScreenMedia, Luc Dumont of Daily Motion, Thierry Fautier of Harmonic, Steven K Feiner of Columbia University, Wendy Frank of MPAA, B Gardner of Digital Entertainment Insights, Matthew Goldman of Ericsson, Eric Grab of NewLion, Keith Graham of Graham Associates, Kari Grubin of Walt Disney Studios, Soren Harner of Meta Co., Ted Harrington of Independent Security Evaluators, Paul Haskell of Harmonic, Jim Helman of MovieLabs, Greg Herlein of Cisco, Phil Hilmes of Amazon, Neil Hunt of Netflix, Joseph Izerillo of MLB, Leszek Izdebski of Cisco, Charlie Jablonski, Simon Jones of Conviva, Bob Kisor, Barbara Lange, Pierre Larbier of Ateme, Will Law of Akamai, Phil McKinney of CableLabs, Allan McLennan of PADEM Group, Scott Miller of Dolby, Jim Monrow of Net2TV, Tom Paquin of OnLive, Jeffrey Riedmiller of Dolby, Usman Skakeel of Amazon, Chris Ullrich of Immersion Corporation, Scott Vouri of Western Digital, Arthur van Hoff of Jaunt VR
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