NY Video Meetup at Streaming Media East

Hi NewYorkVideo Meetup folks,

Tuesday May 10th is the big New York Video Meetup at Streaming Media East.  We shift from our home base at AOL to the New York Hilton for this special,  early event with networking before presentations - and again after.

As in previous years, the May NY Video Meetup will be co-located with Streaming Media East. The May 10th NY Video Meetup will start at 5 PM with complimentary beer, wine, and hors d'oeuvres in the Streaming Media East Expo Hall.

 

May Presentors:

1. Jeff Malkin, President of Encoding.com will present Vid.ly

2. Michael Gatzke,  VP GRAB Networks.

3. Kathryn Jones, "Better Left Unsaid" was the first of its kind, interactive live streamed professional New York play.  http://betterleftunsaid.tv

4.  Pooky Amsterdam. Award -winning Pookymedia uses game engine graphics and Real - Time animation otherwise known as machinima.  http://www.pookymediafilms.com/

5.  Shelly Palmer, of Living Digital interviews the author of Curation Nation on how video curation will compete with creation. (ok, shameless plug - Shelly interviews Steven Rosenbaum).

Agenda:
5:00-6:00pm Networking
6:00-7:30pm Startup Demos, Interviews,  Q&A
7:30- ??  Networking

LIVE BROADCAST STARTS 6PM


And, as always thanks to our sponsors: Grab Networks, AOL VideoLivestream, and Pond5

See you at the the New York Video Meetup!

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Registration for the Expo Hall (in addition to your Meetup registration) is required, but is complimentary for anyone attending the Meetup. Also, if you are interested in attending the full Streaming Media East conference, all NY Video Meetup members can get a discount conference pass; a $200 savings. To attend the Expo Hall cocktail reception or the full conference, pre-register today at www.StreamingMedia.com/east and use the code "NYV11."

On-site registration is available, but you can save time if you register today. Your badge will be waiting for you.

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  • Stefano

    Great Meetup! some of the presentations were really impressive...

    May 11, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great event!Had a great time presenting and also seeing my fellow presenters. Loved the passion and the audience as well - Again thank you to Steve!

    May 11, 2011

  • Steven L.

    Are ya kidding! I loved it!!!! I work at Voice123.com and all I did was go there to see some examples of technology and how voice overs fit in, and I walked away feeling inspired and smarter because I went. This is an awesome meetup. No wonder it is the 2nd biggest in the world.

    May 11, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    I connected to more of the content than I expected (I'm a production manager in film and TV). It was a bit goofy and fun.

    May 11, 2011

  • Michael S.

    It was very good. The betterleftunsaid.tv people were great. As was the endoding.com guy and his service. The Grab (?) guy was unclear as to what his company did. I try and flex my sophistication at these things, but what and how his platform worked eluded me. Perhaps it fell acutely on the ears of the more enlightened. Too bad too, because, in his way, his diction and confidence were impressive. Often times at the meet ups presenters assume an Obiwan-like level of acquaintance with their subject matter. I think this is a problem. Regardless, this was the best meetup I have attended. Thank you, all.

    May 11, 2011

  • David M.

    the give aways and steve rosenbaum interview were hysterical. Pookie media was way out there.

    May 11, 2011

  • M A.

    Great meetup!

    If anyone else would like to use the birthday give-away method, the easiest way to come up with pseudo-random numbers is to use the serial or product numbers on the box to come up with a date.

    May 11, 2011

  • Kurt B.

    Producer

    May 6, 2011

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