Ooyala Sponsors Online Video Roundtable

Ooyala and YuMe to Co-Host Online Video Executive Roundtable in San Francisco – February 24
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – Ooyala, Inc., a leading provider of end-to-end video platform applications and services, announced their sponsorship of the Beet.Tv Online Video Executive Roundtable in San Francisco, CA.
The two-hour panel discussion co-moderated by Kara Swisher of All Things D, and Andy Plesser of Beet.TV, will be live streamed from the San Francisco offices of CBS Interactive, on February 24, from 4PM to 6PM PT. Bismarck Lepe, Co-Founder and President of Products at Ooyala, will join industry leaders on the panel in an exploration of online video distribution, analytics and monetization.
Panelists include:
Brian Buchwald, EVP, NBC Integrated Local Media
Gregg Colvin, VP of Business Development, Fox Interactive
John Evershed, Co-founder and CEO, Mondo Media
Karin Gilford, SVP, Online Media, Comcast Interactive Media
Jeff Jordan, Product Manager, Video Analytics, Omniture
Jayant Kadambi, Co-founder and President, YuMe
Jim Louderback, CEO, Revision3
Keith Richman, CEO, Break Media
Grant Ries, Chief Revenue Officer, BlueKai
Marc Ruxin, EVP, Chief Innovation Officer, Universal McCann
Anthony Soohoo, SVP, Entertainment & Lifestyle, CBS Interactive
Jennifer Taylor, Director, Flash Content Creation + Distribution, Adobe
Tania Yuki, Director, Product Management, comScore
Publishers are increasingly turning to high engagement models through video. Video analytics help content owners assess how and what content is consumed, enabling higher engagement and better monetization, resulting in higher revenues. These and other topics will be discussed by the panel.
Live coverage of the event will be streamed by Ooyala and made available on Ooyala’s blog and at Beet.tv.
About Ooyala
Ooyala is a video technology company that provides a comprehensive software platform enabling the delivery, management, and monetization of high quality online video content. Its innovative analytics engine and monetization server allow video content owners to drive revenue by maximizing the value of their content. Ooyala has over 500 customers, including over 200 global media and enterprise customers such as Warner Brothers, Wenner Media, NTT SMARTCONNECT, Telegraph Media Group, Dell and Electronic Arts.