Streaming Summit Call for Speakers
DEADLINE: August 11, 2023. Speaking submissions can always be sent in after the deadline, but note the longer you wait, the more submissions have already been received.
The two-day Streaming Summit will be coming back to the Javits Center in NYC, October 25-26 as part of NAB Show New York. The format will be fireside chats (2 speakers), best practices technical presentations/case studies (1-2 speakers), and round-table sessions (4-5 speakers). For vendors that want to speak on-stage, sponsorship is required. However, if you want to propose one of your end-user customers as the speaker, there is no cost to do so if they are selected.
Sponsorships do come with guaranteed speaking spots, so please contact Dan Rayburn for more details on these sponsorship opportunities. (Contact: email@example.com)
The schedule will be created based on the submissions sent in, but the program will cover both business and technology topics including (not a complete list of topics):
- Defining The User Experience for Live Sports Streaming
- Packaging and Distribution Strategies for Subscriber Engagement
- Challenges and Best Practices for Delivering Video at Scale
- The Business of Sports Streaming: Monetization Opportunities and Challenges
- FAST, AVOD and SVOD: OTT Business Models for Every Consumer
- Challenges and Opportunities in Measuring Video Advertising
- Scaling Cloud Based Workflows for Quality and Price
- Cord Cutting, Linear TV and the New Streaming TV Bundle
The Summit does not cover topics pertaining to video editing, cloud playout, pre/post production, video production hardware, radio, podcasting, scripts, talent, NFTs, blockchain, VR, gaming, satellite technology, film making or how to sell your video. We also do not cover any topics tied to “Personal Productivity”, “Leadership”, or “Strategic Transformation”. The Streaming Summit is dedicated to business and technology topics only that are directly tied to streaming video.
Please see the archived videos and program from the 2022/2023 NAB Show for an example of the topics covered: https://nabstreamingsummit.com
Please complete and submit the form below with your proposals.
If you have any questions on the submission process or want to discuss an idea before you submit, please reach out to Dan Rayburn directly at (917) 523-4562 or via email. Dan always prefers speaking directly to people about their ideas, so he can help tailor your submission to what works best.
Interested in moderating a session? Please contact Dan ASAP.