Open Video Conference, October 1-2 in NYC
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New York, NY The Open Video Conference (http://www.openvideoconference.org/) is a summit to explore the future of video on the web hosted by the Open Video Alliance. It’s about building open source and open standards for online video, but it’s also about some larger questions: With so much free stuff out there, how will creators get paid? Who knows what you watch? Where is the medium going?
Your badge gets you access to both days of the conference, the Shared Film Festival, the afterparty, and the OVC hack labs. Register right now!
With over 60 sessions on open source, creative storytelling, remix culture, public policy, and the future of video on the web, OVC is not to be missed.
Check out the conference schedule and some of the conference speakers.
About The Open Video Alliance
The Open Video Alliance, founded in 2009, is a coalition of leading organizations dedicated to fostering the growth of open video on the web. For more, visit http://openvideoalliance.org.