Online video amateurs and industry professionals take note: GigaOM’s fourth-annual NewTeeVee Live conference will take place November 10th at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco.
Jason Kilar, CEO of Hulu, will deliver a keynote address, sharing insights learned building the leading online TV service and his thoughts on the evolution of online video since he first spoke at NewTeeVee Live in 2008.
In addition to Kilar, our friends over at NewTeeVee have put together one helluva lineup. Other headliners include Hunter Walk, director of product management at YouTube; Rishi Chandra, product lead at Google TV; Bram Cohen, chief scientist and co-founder of BitTorrent; Hardie Tankersley, VP of innovation at Fox Broadcasting; and Bryan Perez, SVP and GM of NBA Digital. 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 event.
NewTeeVee Live draws a great crowd, including top executives, creative professionals, entrepreneurs, and investors in the online video, television, and technology industries. And it’s selling out quickly.
It’s one of 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. The caliber of speakers and attendees are top-notch. Their quick presentations and panel discussions lead to a full-day packed with focused and thought-provoking conversations
Friends of Tubefilter save $100 when you register here or go to www.newteeveelive.com with discount code TUBEFILTER100. For more information on the conference, speakers and topics, visit www.newteeveelive.com.