GoogleTV, HTML5, TV Everywhere, and vp8 vs. H.264: The Experts Speak Out on Streaming Media TV

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Streaming Media Magazine releases 16 new "Red Carpet Interview" videos from the Streaming Media West Conference

Streaming Media Magazine has now posted 16 videos with industry experts on a large number of online video-related topics. The “Red Carpet Interviews” were co-sponsored by Kaltura and Streaming Media Magazine.

Zohar Babin, Kaltura's head of developer relations, talks about improvements to the company's online video platform as well as the future of HTML5, both good and bad.

Tony Fernandez, VP Technology for, talks about the CBS's approach to online video advertising—what brands are looking for, how a network like CBS offers a cross-platform opportunity, and why online video advertising still hasn't reached maturity.

Streaming Media West keynote speaker Rishi Chandra, Google TV product lead, discusses how Google TV is attempting to push the ecosystem forward so that the web is part of the TV experience.

Susan Miller, the executive producer of the web series “Anyone But Me,” explores the challenges of monetizing online video and shares some of the show's innovative approaches to generating revenue. contributing editors, Tim Siglin and Jose Castillo, give their take on Google TV, the future of TV everywhere, and whether or not the internet really is the great leveler.

Thomson Reuters is the largest provider of enterprise webcasting solutions globally, and here its head of multimedia solutions, Shaun McIver, talks about the trends in B2B video communications.

Marc Scarpa, the founder of Simplynew, the company behind the Grammys' online component, discusses how live events are becoming a crucial piece of any entertainment and marketing strategy, and the ways in which platforms and producers are adapting to these new demands.

What does the advertiser want (besides cheap rates)? Starcom's Julian Zilberbrand helps publishers understand how to give advertisers what they're looking for.

John Koller, Sony's director of hardware marketing shares the company's strategy for providing video content via the PS3, including providing original content.

John Caldwell, the president of digital media for National Geographic, addresses how the organization is monetizing its video content across multiple platforms.

Jennifer Taylor, Streaming Media West keynoter and Adobe senior director of Flash content creation and delivery, shares the ways that the company is facilitating delivery to the PC, television, and mobile devices.

Jenni Powell, the new media consultant for LonelyGirl15 and The Guild shares a cold one and some tips to help original content creators figure out how to make money with their creations.

VP8 or H.264?: That is the question, and Jan Ozer offers up some answers in terms of quality and implementation.

James McQuivey, Forrester Research's VP and senior analyst, looks behind the Google TV hype and whether or not it or any other over-the-top video technology can replace cable.

Western Digital's VP of marketing, Dale Pistilli, talks about Western Digital TV, the intersection of hardware and software, and how it impacts the intersection of the PC and the living room.

Tubemogul's CEO, Brett Wilson, explores the ways that analytics are moving from simple measurement to real-time, decision-making data.


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