Supporters

New York Law School

New York Law School, founded in 1891, is the second oldest independent law school in the United States.  Learn More

New York Law School

The Institute for Information Law & Policy at New York Law School seeks to design new technologies and systems that will best serve democratic values in the digital age. Learn More
Mozilla

Mozilla is a non-profit, public benefit organization dedicated to promoting openness, innovation and opportunity online.Google

Google is a major contributor to HTML5 and open video technologies.

Cloud Video Encoding

Zencoder is a video encoding service, and the stewards of the VideoJS open source project. Learn More

Kaltura is the first integrated open source video solution.
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An intellectual center addressing the implications of the Internet and new information technologies for law and society, guided by the values of democracy, human development, and social justice.
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Bocoup — The Javascript Company

Bocoup is a client-facing, JavaScript-focused web development shop in Boston. Learn More

The Pace University Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems is one of the oldest comprehensive schools of computing in the country, preparing students for lifelong participation in the dynamic information age.  Learn More

Flumotion is a leading multi-device video and radio platform for both live and on demand. Based on open source technology, Flumotion supports HTML5 and covers the entire video value chain, transforming a single video or audio stream into value added content on any device.

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Past Supporters

 

Why Support?

OVC is an opportunity to connect with a dynamic cross-section of the open source community. It is the only event where you will find artists and creators rubbing shoulders with businesspeople and policymakers.

This year’s conference will be more focused in directly making change to advance the open video movement.

OVC is a non-profit event geared toward open source and the open web. We are seeking supporters that too have a stake in these domains. 100% of your support goes directly to travel support for speakers, session leaders, and attendees.

Open video progression

The Open Video Conference is a place for skill-sharing, building new relationships, and important meetings and action.

Topics include:

  • HTML5 Video
  • Metadata standards
  • Video publishing platforms
  • Economics of content delivery
  • Bridging TV and broadband
  • Streaming production
  • Viral distribution and peer to peer
  • The evolution of storytelling
  • In addition to the main conference and workshops, OVC is host to a number of hackathons and developer meetings, including the Foundations of Open Media Software workshop.