The 2022 two-day Streaming Summit will feature speakers and presenters from the OTT, broadcast, sports and streaming media industry, covering the technical and business challenges and opportunities in packaging, monetizing and distributing online video. From ingestion and transcoding, to media management and playback, attendees will learn how they can impact this ecosystem to provide the best quality experience. Follow the latest show updates on Twitter: #streamingsummit
See Streaming Summit Pass rates here.
Full Summit details including speakers, session titles, dates, times and descriptions below.
Chief Business Officer at ZEE5 Global
VP, Strategic Projects at Fastly
Senior Software Engineer at Netflix
SVP, Streaming Strategy at Paramount+ and PlutoTV
Sr. Director, Strategic Business Development at Oracle
Partner at Altman Solon
Co-Founder, President at Visionular
CEO at Korea Content Platform
Head of Industry, Entertainment at Meta
Media Solution Specialist and Partner at Eyevinn Technology
Welcome and Overview Of Show, Latest Industry Trends
Conference Chairman, Dan Rayburn, welcomes attendees to the Streaming Summit and details what will be covered over the two-days of the show. He will also highlight some of the latest industry trends and things the industry should look out for over the next 12-months.
Deploying AV1 For Live Broadcast, Sports, and RTC Streaming (Track B)
Learn how content owners can encode 8 concurrent 4Kp60 broadcast quality live streams without losing bitrate efficiency using AMD EPYC and the Aurora1 AV1 encoder.
Bundling and Distribution Strategies for Growing Subscribers (Track A)
This session will discuss factors including content and bundling strategy, billing and customer service, marketing, and product features.
K-drama Streaming, Best Practices for Delivering a Great International Content Experience (Track B)
Learn some of the best tips in delivering a consistent experience in a fragmented landscape of services and platforms as a foreign content service provider for US audiences.
Defining The User Experience and Workflow for Live Streaming (Track A)
This session will discuss what viewers expectations are, the complexity of the video stack and the challenges in delivering high-quality video at scale.
Fireside Chat, Fire TV: The Future of CTV Monetization (Track B)
This fireside chat will cover viewing trends on Fire TV, opportunities that content providers can take advantage of, and growth trends across the service.
Breaking the Rules: How MotorTrend Programs its MotorTrend+ Streaming Service and Linear TV Network (Track B)
Learn how MotorTrend balances its own subscription streaming service, MotorTrend+, with its television network, MotorTrend TV, by reimagining the streaming industry’s early unspoken rules.
Best Practices for The Gamification of Content (Track B)
This session will discuss how real-time Interactive Livecasting and gamification of content is creating both new user experiences and new forms of monetization in the live virtual concert space
Best Practices for Video Packaging, Playback and Delivery (Track A)
This session will focus on the options and best practices for packaging media for the best playback and delivery to the end user.
How Red Bull Racing Leverages Data and Analytics To Deliver a Better Consumer Engagement (Track B)
This session will highlight how Red Bull Racing, Premier League, Sail GP and other organizations leverage their data and analytics to provide fans with what they want to see and a more personalized experience.
Challenges and Opportunities in Future Proofing Video Ad Monetization (Track B)
This session will discuss the need for optimizing the ad viewing experience and ad revenue optimization by enabling video streaming services efficiently use their audience data with their ad monetization solutions.
Deployment Challenges and Opportunities With CTV Advertising at Scale (Track A)
This session will explore key challenges and growth opportunities for CTV advertising and how new tools and working groups will help ensure its continued effectiveness for buyers.
Unlocking Innovation With Cloud Services: New frontiers of Opportunity for Media Companies (Track B)
Hear how FOX Sports uses the cloud to improve their video workflow, including content creation, delivery, and the end-user experience.
Key Tech Requirements for Building and Managing An OTT Service (Track A)
Join a panel of leading industry tech experts to hear the key requirements for building and managing an OTT service.
Best Practices at Scale: Learnings from The Super Bowl Past and Future (Track B)
Hear how FOX delivers on the largest streaming events that demand the greatest customer experience at the greatest scale.
Streaming Summit Happy Hour
Streaming Summit Happy Hour
Welcome and Detailing the Latest Subscriber Gains and Losses From Streaming Services (Track A)
Conference Chairman, Dan Rayburn, welcomes attendees to the Streaming Summit and details the latest earnings results from Netflix including their subscriber losses and highlights the opportunity they have in the market with news they will add an AVOD service.
Live Sports Streaming: Recipe For Global Fan Following (Track A)
The panel will examine how some of the leagues and clubs have successfully built a fan base globally and offer best practices for subscriber acquisition, as well as the coordination of linear TV distribution with a league’s DTC OTT property.
Build vs. Buy: Choosing the Right Technology Approach For Streaming Success (Track B)
This session examines the pros and cons of each approach, based on dozens of in-depth interviews with streaming services worldwide conducted by Kaltura and Caretta Research.
How DAZN Delivers Live Sports Experiences At Scale (Track B)
Join DAZN and Fastly as they discuss overcoming the challenges of delivering live sport and how to build at scale.
Building Cloud Based Streaming Workflows at Scale (Track A)
In this panel, you will hear from senior architects and engineers working to build and operate some of the largest streaming cloud services in the world about what is needed for a video platform to scale, how to approach expanding an existing video pipeline in the cloud, and lessons learned from the trenches.
Navigating The Paradigm Media Shift to D2C Services (Track B)
The shift to direct-to-consumer is driving media companies to digitize their media supply chain.
Strategies for Discovery, Personalization and User Engagement (Track A)
This session will discuss some of the best practices for making content easier to discovery and consume, while also doing better content targeting.
Serving Netflix Video Traffic at 400Gb/s and Beyond (Track B)
Learn how optimizations, including asynchronous sendfile, kernel TLS (kTLS), and inline hardware kTLS offload allows Netflix to be one of the most efficient content delivery networks.
Case study: Accelerating primetime sports for European media giant TF1 using ISP-aware mesh delivery (Track B)
This case study looks at some of the network’s biggest recent events including the Euro 2020 (played in summer 2021).
Show Recap: Q&A with Dan Rayburn and Streaming Execs: Discussing What’s Next for The Industry (Track A)
Join Dan Rayburn for a quick show recap and get your questions answered on what you heard during the event.
Learn how to adapt, identify value, spot trends and really become one with your client. It’s all about the business of media, multiplatform solutions and next-gen tech fueling the content economy.
Learn how to set standards, make decisions, drive reach and attract killer talent. It’s all about on air, online and on-the-go cloud computing and infrastructure pushing the boundaries of engineering and delivery.
Learn how to drive reach, harness power, crush production workflows, and own the future. It’s all about leveraging new tech, tools and workflow solutions to elevate the art of storytelling.
Discuss cinematographic techniques in lighting during two five-hour workshops. Each workshop will be crafted by an instructor to present their areas of expertise and experience in film and television production.
Don’t miss out on this exclusive industry forum covering the most critical topics customized for NAB small and medium market radio members and hosted by NAB’s Small and Medium Market Radio Committee.
Join the NAB Leadership Foundation at the NAB Show to hear from expert speakers and thought leaders about leadership, management, and/or organizational development.
This two-part program will cover strategies for developing and fostering corporate diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) in the media industry.
Whether you are a supplier, buyer, or investor in the media technology sector, you won’t want to miss the eleventh annual “Devoncroft Executive Summit: The Business of Media Technology.”
It’s time to get back into the field! Signup for one or more of these interactive, in-person field workshops.
Women’s Leadership Summit
Power up your career, level up your leadership skills, and connect with a community of like-minded women in media and entertainment. This is a unique opportunity to focus on your personalized path in the industry.
The world’s leading training conference for production and post-production professionals, content creators, designers, TV, film and video editors, producers, directors, motion graphics and online video specialists.