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Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 10:00am (PST)

Audiences today expect “broadcast quality” from their online video. They want it to be just like watching television. But the Internet isn’t the same as a cable operator’s network. There’s limited visibility from the origin to the player, making it difficult to troubleshoot problems and ensure the high-quality experience that users demand. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the elements of Quality of Experience and how to optimize video delivery for the best possible quality.

Topics Covered

This webinar will address (or addressed) the following:

  1. What are the key metrics for measuring Quality of Experience of an online video experience? What levels do consumers expect for these metrics?
  2. How can we improve the quality of online video?
  3. What are the major factors to replicating broadcast quality in online video?
  4. What are some of the major hurdles to measuring QoE or QoS?
  5. At what point should you implement a QoE QoS measurement platform?
  6. What are some actions that you can take from looking at QoE metrics?
  7. What are the different ways that content distributors can address QoE/QoS?
  8. What are the biggest challenges technologically to providing similar QoE/QoS to broadcast video?
  9. Where will we be in five years with regards to online video QoE/QoS?
  10. What are the most relevant challenges faced in QoE today for broadcast vs online?
  11. How does QoS QoE measurement change between broadcast and online?
  12. Will it ever be possible to guarantee a level of service for online video?
  13. What’s technologically preventing us today from guaranteeing a QoE/QoS to consumers for online video?
  14. What is the relationship between monetization and online video quality? Does a poor QoE/QoS impact the opportunity to generate revenue?
  15. What about QoE/QoS for online ads? Do those need to be high quality as well? Why?
  16. What are future areas of measurement for QoE/QoS?
  17. How does QoE change for VR/AR?

Panelists

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Alberto Gomez (VP of Product at Nice People at Work)

No bio available.

Brenton Ough (Co-Founder/CEO at Touchstream)

Technology focused entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience including general business management, product innovation and development, business operations and strategy. Brenton specializes in availability & performance monitoring for OTT live and VOD streams

Kurt Michel (Head of Marketing/Sr. Marketing Director at Telestream)

No bio available.

Olivier Wellmann (Director of Product Management at )

No bio available.

Alberto Gomez (VP of Product at Nice People at Work)

No bio available.

Brenton Ough (Co-Founder/CEO at Touchstream)

Technology focused entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience including general business management, product innovation and development, business operations and strategy. Brenton specializes in availability & performance monitoring for OTT live and VOD streams

Kurt Michel (Head of Marketing/Sr. Marketing Director at Telestream)

No bio available.

Olivier Wellmann (Director of Product Management at )

No bio available.

Moderated by Jason Thibeault

Executive Director

Jason Thibeault is the Executive Director of the Streaming Video Alliance, a global association of companies collaborating to solve critical challenges in delivering a better streaming video experience and increasing adoption. Prior to this role, Jason spent eight years at Limelight Networks, a leading CDN, where he held several roles including product manager and marketing strategist. Jason is an inventor on multiple technical patents in the streaming industry and a proven entrepreneur. He is also a contributing editor to Streaming Media Magazine.

About the Streaming Video Alliance

The Streaming Video Alliance is a global technical association addressing critical challenges in streaming video. By educating the industry on the technical nature of the issues, providing a neutral forum for collaboration across the video ecosystem, and publishing documentation that defines technical solutions, the Alliance is helping to improve the streaming video experience at scale. Over 75 companies including network operators, content rights holders, OTT platforms, service providers, and technology vendors – representing some of the biggest names in global streaming – participate in bi-weekly working group activities and quarterly face-to-face meetings. You can find out more about membership here.

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