London, England (PRWEB) November 22, 2017
JW Player, the world’s largest network-independent video platform, today announced the speaker lineup for JW Insights | London, being held on November 29th, 2017.
For the past four years, JW Player has brought together the most important publishers and influencers in the digital ecosystem at its JW Insights event held annually in New York City. With the opening of its London-based European headquarters in 2017 and strong global client base, the company is bringing the event to London for the first time.
Attendees of the registration-only event will hear from executives from Facebook, Index Exchange, Bauer Xcel, Keywee and JW Player. Topics to be discussed include how to build a video-first business, driving traffic from social platforms to publishers’ owned and operated properties, and the future of video in automated advertising. The event will close with a fireside discussion on visual storytelling in the age of data with Framestore's co-founder Mike McGee, in conversation with The Drum's Deputy Editor, Cameron Clarke.
“Digital video advertising is growing at a tremendous pace in the UK and across Europe, and represents a fantastic opportunity for publishers” said David Otten, co-founder and CEO of JW Player. “At JW Insights | London, publisher attendees will learn about the latest strategies and techniques to build a profitable digital video business from industry leaders and each other. It looks to be a fantastic event.”
Limited seats are still available for the publisher community. To register to attend JW Insights | London, please visit: https://www.jwplayer.com/insights/london/
About JW Player
JW Player is the world’s largest network-independent video platform. Founded in 2008 as the first open source video player, today JW Player’s customers span the globe across 193 countries, and range from Fortune 500 companies to video-centric small businesses. The company’s flagship product, JW Player, is used to stream 20 billion videos per month across all devices — mobile, desktop and OTT. In addition to the player, the company’s services include advertising, analytics, data services, video hosting and streaming.