Women In Streaming Media are holding their meetup and a panel discussion at the 2023 NAB Show.
The Meetup takes place in the West Hall W4321D Connect Networking - NABiQ on Monday 17th between 4 and 4.45pm PT.
The Panel Discussion 'Women in Streaming Media's 2023 Streaming and Beyond' takes place on Tuesday 18th West Hall Meeting Rooms W213 - 215 10am to 11am PT.
Video streaming continues to be an ever-evolving vibrant space. In this session produced by Women in Streaming Media, top streaming executives will delve into how the adoption of innovative technology will bring efficiencies and more options for online video, the evolving role of cloud in streaming, and the use of personalized data for targeting advertisements. Our panelists will discuss the current trends as well as the advancements in streaming, and not shy away from talking through some of the challenges, too. Join us for an engaging discussion.
- Trends - How innovation such as new video codecs can enhance User Experience and Quality of Service, and when to use what. Also, how advertising is evolving to ensure revenue for the streaming provider while ensuring privacy for the consumer.
- Cloud and Infrastructure Innovation - A look at the complexities of on prem to cloud, Opportunities in that cloud, and how today's infrastructure is changing with tools like AI/ML.
- Standardization - How do you think standards help or hinder progress?
- Questions from the audience.
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