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July 24, 2023

Streaming Summit Call for Speakers Opens for NAB Show New York

Speaker proposals are being accepted about the business and technology of SVOD, AVOD and FAST

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Streaming Summit, a two-day event focusing on the latest business and technology challenges and opportunities for video monetization across FAST, SVOD and AVOD services, will once again be part of NAB Show New York. The Streaming Summit is produced by streaming industry expert Dan Rayburn and will be held October 24-25, 2023, at the Javits Center in New York City.

The conference will feature speakers from the largest OTT platforms, sports leagues, broadcasters and content owners discussing the trends around sports streaming, bundling and packaging of content, advertising measurement, content discovery, scaling video workflows and delivering a great user-experience at scale. Attendees will learn about the latest trends and topics including:

  • Defining The User Experience for Live Sports Streaming
  • Packaging and Distribution Strategies for Subscriber Engagement
  • Challenges and Best Practices for Delivering Video at Scale
  • The Business of Sports Streaming: Monetization Opportunities and Challenges
  • FAST, AVOD and SVOD: OTT Business Models for Every Consumer
  • Challenges and Opportunities in Measuring Video Advertising
  • Scaling Cloud-Based Workflows for Quality and Price
  • Cord Cutting, Linear TV and the New Streaming TV Bundle

Via fireside chats, best practices technical presentations, case studies and round-table sessions, attendees can hear from the streaming community’s most prominent speakers. This year’s lineup at NAB Show in Las Vegas included executives from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Warner Bros. Discovery, Peacock TV, Paramount+, Disney Streaming Services, Roku, Fire TV, Sling TV, Hulu, NBCU, SKY, WWE, UFC, NBA, MotorTrend, LaLiga, FOX Sports, DAZN, fuboTV, Sinclair, Comcast, Meta, Samsung, LG, Pluto TV, Plex, Tubi, Freevee, ZEE5 and other streaming platforms and rights holders.

“The Streaming Summit explores the latest trends around direct-to-consumer business models, packaging of content, video monetization challenges, live streaming at scale, packaging and playback, and delivering a great user-experience at scale,” said Chris Brown, executive vice president and managing director, NAB Global Connections and Events. “NAB Show New York attendees will discover unique, executive insight, giving them the competitive advantage in today’s complex and fragmented OTT environment.”

“We are in the business of information,” said Dan Rayburn, chairman of the Streaming Summit. “The Streaming Summit features leading experts and top thought leaders who inform, educate and empower content owners, broadcasters, publishers and distributors with the most up-to-date business insights, monetization models and technical tips.”

Speaking proposals are currently being accepted and inquiries can be directed to Dan Rayburn at (917) 523-4562. Learn more here.  

Registration to attend the Streaming Summit is now open. By registering, attendees will also receive a free Exhibits Pass to NAB Show New York. The standard ticket for the Streaming Summit is $599 with a $100 discount for NAB Members, government employees, and students. Additional information about the event is available here.  

NAB Show New York news media registration is available here.  

About NAB Show New York

NAB Show New York is the most efficient and diverse event experience on the East Coast for the broadcast, media and entertainment industry, held October 24-26 (exhibits October 25-26) at the Javits Center. Produced by the National Association of Broadcasters and again co-located with the AES New York 2023 Convention, NAB Show New York is the premier event for content economy professionals to reconnect, reevaluate and rediscover ways to get more creative with new-to-market tech and existing tools through exhibits, conferences and networking events. Learn more at  

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