London, UK (PRWEB) April 22, 2009
Streaming Media Magazine the leading title both in print and online for Internet Video has published the special Dream Team edition of their magazine. A panel of judges deliberated hard to pick out the key people in the Internet Video industry today. More than 70 people were nominated and the final team was chosen by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen (Editor), Sjoerd Vogt (Director of Europe Sales) and Dan Rayburn (Executive Vice President).
Dan Rayburn is recognised as the voice for the streaming and online video industry. He is a principal analyst at Frost & Sullivan and a prolific blogger and author. In a recent investment report he wrote:
"the worldwide video CDN revenue will be a little more than $400 million in 2008, increasing at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of more than 30%...we expect the worldwide video CDN revenue to grow to more than $1.4 billion by 2012".
Alex Wolfe's Achievements include:
- Winning the award for Best Streaming at the ISPAs for an unprecedented two years in a row
- Live Webcasting the Nokia New Year's Eve to 5 different Mobile operators - A World First
- Live Webcasting the BAFTAs globally for Orange in 2007 & 2008
- Cadbury's Gorilla Campaign with 2 Million video views worldwide in the first two weeks and Millions more subsequently
- Broadcast of CNBC Europe Online 24/7
Alex Wolfe, Managing Director of Astream.com said, "I am delighted to have been recognised as one of the top Internet Video Professionals today. Dan Rayburn is the leader in this space and to have his vote of confidence means a lot".
Astream's own CDN has been used for a number of large global Live Webcasts.
They have also deployed a new cutting edge management portal, which gives superb stats and reporting to customers. They get a deeper insight into who is watching what, from where and for how long. Key streaming metrics rather than the old measure of just hits.
"This year's Streaming Media Dream Team represents the diversity of the online video industry today, from the entertainment industry to education and the enterprise, and from hard-core technologists to conceptual visionaries," says Streaming Media editor Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen. "But one thing ties them all together: A passion for online video that goes beyond merely advancing their own personal and professional agendas to pushing the entire industry forward. They're all superstars, but they're all team players, too."
Other people chosen for this accolade include:
Mark Zaleski, CEO, Dailymotion
Nicole Vanderbilt, VP International, Bebo
Daniel Ek, CEO & Co-founder, Spotify
Anthony Rose, Head of Digital Media Technology, BBC
Astream is a leading Streaming and Web TV company founded in 1999, offering clients Internet and mobile phone broadcasting solutions.
Astream has worked for such leading companies as Cadburys, CNBC Europe (NBC Universal, GE), Discovery Channel, History Channel, News International, Ofcom, Pearson, Procter & Gamble, AstraZeneca, Lonely Planet, NDS, Blackwell Publishing, Reebok, and Toyota and was proud to webcast the BAFTAs in 2007 & 2008.