The speaker lineup is shaping up to be a veritable who’s-who of the online video industry, and we look forward to the engaging debates that are sure to emerge at the conference this year.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 23, 2010
GigaOM, a leading business media company, today announced a growing roster of top-tier speakers for NewTeeVeeLive 2010, the online video industry’s flagship conference. Hunter Walk, director of product management at Google, Kevin Lynch, CTO of Adobe Systems; and Bram Cohen, chief scientist and co-founder of BitTorrent are among the headline speakers who will take the stage at NewTeeVeeLive this year. Creative professionals from the entertainment industry such as Tim Kring, the creator of Heroes, and Carlton Cuse, a writer and executive producer of Lost, will also speak at the conference.
“NewTeeVeeLive is a conference that focuses on the intersection of talent, technology, and the business models that support the growing online video ecosystem,” said Surj Patel, GigaOM VP of Events. “The speaker lineup is shaping up to be a veritable who’s-who of the online video industry, and we look forward to the engaging debates that are sure to emerge at the conference this year.”
Other speakers at NewTeeVeeLive include Rio Caraeff, president and CEO of VEVO; Rishi Chandra, product lead of Google TV; Bryan Perez, SVP and GM of NBA Digital; Hardie Tankersley, VP of Innovation at Fox Broadcasting Company; and many other top names in the online video industry.
GigaOM’s fourth-annual NewTeeVeeLive conference will take place November 10th at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco. The leading online video event in the industry, NewTeeVeeLive draws hundreds of top executives, creative professionals, entrepreneurs, and investors in the online video, television, and technology industries. It is the only online video conference to explore the emerging trends in broadband video – from content creation and distribution models, to advances in delivery technologies and new interactive devices. Anyone interested in learning more about the most innovative revenue models and technical breakthroughs needed to become a global leader in the online video space should not miss NewTeeVeeLive.
NewTeeVeeLive serves as an interactive, open forum where attendees debate the issues and discuss the future of online video. Some of the topics covered at NewTeeVeeLive will include:
- Touch TV: What impact will the iPad and similar devices have on viewing habits?
- Google TV: Can Google succeed where Microsoft and others have failed?
- Cutting the cord: Will the rise of ubiquitous broadband and the availability of TV shows online kill cable?
- Streaming HD: Is the technology infrastructure ready for this bandwidth-heavy service?
Based on the popularity of previous sold-out NewTeeVeeLive conferences, those who would like to attend the conference should register as soon as possible to ensure their space.
NewTeeVeeLive is supported by top-tier media partners, including The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, The Churchill Club, NATPE, The MIT/Stanford Venture Lab, and VentureBeat. Headline sponsor ComCast is joined by Primetime sponsors such as Kyte, Nielsen, AT&T, and VideoPress – and more sponsors are joining daily. To learn more about sponsorship and exhibition opportunities that connect your brand to the top decision makers in online video, please visit the NewTeeVeeLive, contact Mike Sly via email at email@example.com or (415) 235-0358.
Founded in 2006, GigaOM has grown into the leading provider of online media, events and research for global technology innovators. The company is one of the most credible and insightful voices at the intersection of business and technology, with an online audience of more than 4 million monthly unique visitors; industry-leading events, including Structure, Mobilize, NewTeeVee Live, NetWork, Green:Net and Bunker Sessions; and a pioneering market research service and digital community, GigaOM Pro, which provides insider access to expert analysis on emerging technology markets.