Jupitermedia Announces New Tradeshow: Web Video Summit
Jupitermedia Corporation (Nasdaq: JUPM) today announced its new Web Video Summit tradeshow will be held June 27-28, 2007 at the San Jose Marriott in San Jose, California. The conference is being launched to serve those who create and or distribute video over the Web, with industry expert Dave Burstein chairing the program. Jupitermedia also announced that a companion Web site,
WebVideoUniverse.com will be launched shortly to provide information, news and resources to this community.
Key presenters at Web Video Summit include:
Brian Conley, creator of Alive in Baghdad (winner of Best Vlog, Best Group Vlog, Best Political Vlog and favorite interview Vlog).
John Cioffi, Professor of Engineering and Technologist at Stanford University and an advocate for taking the Internet past 100 megabytes in every home.
Mary Hodder, founder of video search firm Dabble.
Tom Hammer, CTO of Akimbo, the largest Internet VOD distributor.
Jonathan Taplin, CEO of Intertainer (first Internet distributor of major movies) and adjunct professor at USC. In addition, Taplin also was a producer of Martin Scorcese's Mean Streets and nine other feature films.
The Web Video Summit conference offers practical business and developer applications, including sessions focused on real choices and working techniques from field-hardened creators, technologists, services providers, business professionals and industry analysts.
"We're excited to launch Web Video Summit, which brings together the 'doers' of this exploding industry. This is a critical time for this market as not a day goes by without a mention of sites like YouTube and how organizations are feverishly working on ways to monetize video