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Open Video Alliance

New York Law School

New York Law School

With support from
Mozilla

Google

Cloud Video Encoding

Kaltura

Yale ISP

Bocoup — The Javascript Company

Flumotion

Pace University Seidenberg School

Supporting OVC
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founders Mozilla
Miro
Kaltura
Information Society Project

Press

For press inquiries or preferential registration, please contact conference@openvideoalliance.org. Press registration is limited to working bloggers and journalists who intend to cover the event. Press registration entitles you to a press badge, all materials provided to conference participants, amenities and refreshments, and admission to all related events. We will do our best to facilitate interviews with high-profile participants. We will also provide a press lounge for your working comfort.

You will be responsible for your own travel and accommodation costs. For hotel and travel information, please visit our venue/travel page.

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In the News and Around the Web

OurTube, David Talbot, Technology Review, September/October 2009

The Open Video Alliance, Open Source Video & the Kaltura Platform, Victor Godot, July 30, 2009

Open Video Conference Report, Johan Oomen and Maarten Brinkerink, Images for the Future, July 14, 2009

Interview with Corynne McSherry of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Eren Gulfidan, Film Annex, July 2, 2009

The Past, Present, and Future of Metadata, Tim Siglin, Streamingmedia.com, July 1, 2009

The Question of Freedom at the Open Video Conference, Carolyn Kane, Rhizome, July 1, 2009

The Future of Video on the Net and What You Need to Know, Dawn Paap, Move the Frame, July 1, 2009

Open Video Round-Up, Lauren Galanter, June 30, 2009

BB Video – Pirate Bay Surrenders to Hollywood: Peter Sunde interview, Xeni Jardin, BoingBoing, June 30, 2009

Pirate Bay starts video streaming, BBC News, June 29, 2009

Boxee and the promise of open media, JD Lasica, Socialbrite, June 27, 2009

The Promise of Open Media, Jenny Attiyeh, ThoughtCast, June 25, 2009

What the Hell is Ogg Theora and Should We Care: Mike Hudack Explains, Andy Plesser, Beet.tv, June 25, 2009

Open Video Conf Roundup, Mark Surman (Mozilla), commonspace, June 25, 2009

Open Video Community Becomes Online Content Distributor, Mediacaster, June 25, 2009

The Open Video Conference, Ben Schwarz, Digital Diary of Ben Schwarz, June 24, 2009

Notes from the Open Video Conference, Day Two, Francesca Coppa, Organization for Transformative Works, June 24, 2009

Now Video Wants To Be Free And Open Too: IP Policy Considerations, Kaitlin Mara, Intellectual Property Watch, June 23, 2009

Our OVC Wrapup, Fred Benenson, Creative Commons, June 23, 2009

Notes on the Open Video Conference, Jack Brighton, openwebworks, June 23, 2009

Open Video Conference an Amazing Step Forward, John Palmieri, J5′s Blog, June 22, 2009

Media Roundtable Gets to the Core of Open Video, Troy Dreier, Streamingmedia.com, June 22, 2009

Reflections on the OVC, Mark Phillipson, CLAYFOX, June 22, 2009

Peter Sunde on the Plight of Indie Content Creators at the OVC, Scott Macaulay, Filmmaker Magazine, June 21, 2009

#openvideo summary, Jeffrey Weston, 5cience, June 21, 2009

Open Video Welcomes Video Into the Browser, Liz Gannes, NewTeeVee, June 21, 2009

Great coverage of the Open Video Conference en español, MedeaMaterial, June 19-21, 2009

Notes from the Open Video Conference, Day One, Francesca Coppa, Organization for Transformative Works, June 20, 2009

The Open Video Conference, Day One, Scott Macaulay, Filmmaker Magazine, June 20, 2009

Great coverage about JZ, the Pirate Bay interview, Filmmakers, Matt Mason, Yochai Benkler, and Gabriella Coleman, Peter, constantvzw, June 19-20, 2009

Video Culture: The Potential Reshaping Of The Online Video Landscape, Tim Siglin, Streaming Media, June 19, 2009

Wikipedia Gets Ready for a Video Upgrade, David Talbot, Technology Review, June 19, 2009

Eclectic Method Remixes the Future of Open Video, Scott Thill, WIRED, June 19, 2009

What Are You Watching This Weekend, Thessaly La Force?, Richard Brody, The New Yorker, June 19, 2009

The First Ever Open Video Conference Opens Today in New York City, Fox Business, June 19, 2009

Wikipedia Gets Ready for a Video Upgrade, David Talbot, Technology Review, June 19, 2009

Open Video Conference Pushes for Free, Ubiquitous Video, Scott Thill, WIRED, June 18, 2009

Open Video Conference in NYC June 19-20: Discount for BB Readers, Xeni Speaking, Xeni Jardin, Boing Boing, June 11, 2009

The Promise of Open Source Video, JD Lasica, Socialbrite, June 3, 2009

Open Video Conference, Lance Weiler, Filmmaker Magazine, May 20, 2009

Want a Remix Manifesto? Name Your Price, Says RiP Director, Scott Thill, WIRED, May 1, 2009

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