Streaming Media CA Program Announced

Aug 01, 2003


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Information Today, Inc. (ITI) has announced that the conference program and registration are now available online for the upcoming Streaming Media CA 2003 conference (www.streamingmedia.com/ca). The Streaming Media CA conference brings together components of the rich media value chain, including application developers, hardware providers, and network providers as well as executives and decision makers who are implementing rich media within their organizations. The event will be held October 14-16, 2003, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California.

Each day the conference will open with a keynote presentation, starting with Scott Moore, president of MSNBC.com. In addition, the conference will include 30 individual roundtable sessions, and cover six track themes including Building Relationships with Rich Media, Streaming Media How-To, Implementation and ROI, Inside the Streaming Media Industry, Streaming Media for Executives, and the Future of Streaming Technology. Speakers include nearly 150 executives who are developing and implementing streaming media in the Enterprise, Media, Infrastructure, Government, and Distance Learning industries. This year's conference also features multiple pre-conference workshops including Streaming Media Production: How to Create and Deliver Audio/Video Content, Compression Tools: How to Select and Use Today's Software Solutions, and The Business of Streaming Media.

In addition to the general conference programming, Streaming Media CA will include a Networking and Roundtable Discussion. This event is intended to provide attendees with an opportunity to continue debates and conversations discussed during the first two days of the conference and to interact with some of the conference leaders. Streaming Media CA will also include an exhibition designed to give participants a firsthand look at the software, hardware, and network solutions and services in the streaming media industry.  

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