Entertainment Technology in the Internet Age

17-18 June 2014 

NVIDIA Auditorium, Huang Engineering Building, Stanford University, CA, USA

Explore how technology, creative, and business converge to deliver a compelling, high quality, monetizable entertainment experience over the Internet.
 
It wasn’t that long ago that entertainment technology was the purview of Hollywood and traditional broadcasters.  Today, with the convergence of bandwidth and media technology coupled with consumer interest, everyone can be a producer/director resulting in a surge in media distribution over the web.  Millions of consumers have switched from subscription pay television to relying solely on web services for their entertainment.
 
 
 
 
Join us  for a 2-day event on the beautiful Stanford University campus where technology and creative experts explore the differences and commonalities between traditional media and media over the web, appreciating key attributes and predicting technical trends.  
Who should attend?  engineers, creatives, academic faculty,  and researchers focused on future of media created for delivery over the Internet.

 

 

 

 

Through engaging panel discussions and presentations, with ample opportunity for audience participation and networking, the ETIA conference will examine topics including:

 - Content creation, distribution, and monetization, as well as 

  •  - Technical tools and solutions for shaping the user experience. 
 
 
 
 

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What People are Saying

This year's Entertainment Technology in the Internet Age was outstanding, with a great speakers, diverse and compelling topics, and at a great venue. The audience was engaged and the majority of the material covered was of great quality.  
- Florian Pestoni, CEO, Axzo Digital,LLC

This was a very valuable conference at the cutting edge of media diffusion and integration. It dealt with the serious and rarely discussed shared issues of media integration. 
- Harry Mathias ETIA Attendee

ETIA is one of the conferences in which every single topic is relevant.
- Doug Stallard, Technical Program Manager at YouTube


 

Featured speakers and moderators

Darcy Antonellis - Vubiquity

Chris Bregler - NYU Movement Lab

Jim DeFilippis - ​TMS Consulting

Bing Gordon - KPCB

​Dave Singhal - Technology Strategist 

Paul Chapman - FotoKem