Government Video Solutions Forum

Tuesday 19 April 2011, government and industry technologists and executives will gather in a venue designed to enhance collaboration on the hot topic of Video. This Government Video Solutions Forum will be held at the Knight Conference Center at the Newseum in Washington DC.

I’ll be helping the information exchange during this event and look forward to a very dynamic session.

Here is more info from the Carahsoft website:

Government Video Solutions Forum 2011
Engaging Citizens and Advancing Mission Critical Programs

Morning Keynote: Jeff Whatcott, Senior Vice President of Marketing, Brightcove

Lunch Keynote: Tom Ruff, VP Public Sector, Akamai Technologies

Join us for the complimentary Government Video Solutions Forum on Tuesday, April 19, 2011 at the Knight Conference Center at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. to hear from the industry’s leading video and imagery solutions experts as they discuss current and future online video trends, and how agencies can further the reach of their message to intended audiences.

Confirmed Panelists Include Experts from: The U.S. Department of the Interior, House of Representatives, House Armed Services Committee, Brightcove, BAE Systems, Figleaf, piXlogic, 3Play Media, KnowledgeVision, Brookwood, TouchStorm, and more.


7:00am Registration and Breakfast
8:00am Welcome
8:15am Introduction and Morning Keynote
9:00am Panel Session 1 – Content Creation for the Web
10:00am Panel Session 2 Video for Constituency Engagement
10:45am Networking Break and Exhibits
11:30am Lunch Keynote
12:15pm Panel Session 3 – Social Networking: The Role of Social Media and Video
1:00pm Panel Session 4 Video for Intelligence Collections and Analysis
1:45pm Closing Remarks

Questions? Contact:
Adam Jacobs
Carahsoft Technology Corp.
888-66-CARAH (Toll-Free)
[email protected]

Sponsors of this event include:

Adobe, Brightcove, BAE Systems, 3PlayMedia, Knowledge Vision, PiXlogic, Brookwood, FigLeaf, TouchStorm, and Akamai.

Stay tuned to and for more on all these hot technologies and the mission needs they are being applied to.

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