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At Video on the Net you will have a chance to catch up with the industry leaders providing the latest streaming technologies and take a hard look at where the industry is and where it is headed.

Some of the topics to be covered:
The future of Internet video delivery
IP Multicast - Finally here?
Application Track - Show me the money!
Real World Applications of Internet Video
Internet killed the television show
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VIDEO ON THE `NET AGENDA

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 11TH

Keynote Address
"The ISP's Perspective on Internet Broadcast"
Connie A DeWitt, Concentric Networks
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Keynote Address
"The Future of Internet Video Delivery"
Phil Barrett, Real Networks
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Keynote Address
"Next Generation Broadcasters"
Mark Cuban, President, AudioNet
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Show Me the Money!
Are people really making money doing
audio and video over the Net?

Panelists: Peggy Miles, Intervox Communications
Marc J. Rauch, THE AUTO CHANNEL
Lisa Osborn, Brittany Communications
William Mutual, ITV.Net
Vincent Casalaina, Berkeley Multimedia Research Center
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The Real Deal
Real World Applications of Internet Video
Case studies of Internet video being used today.

Panelists: Forrest Milkowski, White Pine Software, Inc.
Gaylin Allbaugh, E.N.E.N. (Education News & Entertainment Network)
Basil Lyden, MSNBC Desktop Video
Fredric Golman, Internet Television Network
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Internet Killed the Television Show
What do traditional broadcasters think of the Internet?
Does the Internet hold the potential to demolish the traditional broadcasting industry?

Panelists: Doug Mohney
Richard V. Ducey, National Association of Broadcasters
Lisa Amore, TVontheNet
Giovanni Mezgec, Microsoft Corporation
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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 12TH

Keynote Address
"Reporting from the Field - Internet Broadcast in Broadcast"
Nick Boris, Producer, ABC News
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Licensing Rights & Regulatory Issues
Music licensing rights are a hot-button issue with the proliferation of MPEG3 audio and streaming media matching the sound quality of CD media.
Panelists: David D. Oxenford, Fisher Wayland Cooper Leader & Zaragoza LLP
Richard Conlon, BMI
Seth D. Greenstein, McDermott, Will & Emery
Marc Morgenstern, ASCAP
Cynthia Greer, Fisher Wayland Cooper Leader & Zaragoza
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Keynote Address
"Value Added Services Powered by IP Video"
Asaf Mohr, VDONet
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Quality of Service
Internet video presents a major technical challenge.
What schemes will adequately scale to provide
'clean pipes' for end users?

Panelists: Jon Leland, Communication Bridges
Dr. Willy W. Chiu, IBM
Richard H. Wilder, MCI
Pierre Laurent, Intel
Alan Hellawell, elemedia

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IP Multicast Finally Here?
IP Multicast Finally Here?
Panelists: William Mutual, ITV.Net
Vinay Kumar, ICAST Corporation
Douglas W. Tsui, Precept Software
Jim Durkin, Microsoft Corporation
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Hardware, Software and Bandwidth - Improving the Triad
Hardware, Software and Bandwidth - Improving the Triad
Panelists: John Ryan, Ryan Hankin Kent Inc.
Eric Simon, VOSAIC LLC
Giovanni Mezgec, Microsoft Corporation
Tom Edwards, The Sync
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Video on the Intranet
Video on the Intranet
Panelists: Michael S Denny, Bell South
Jim Durkin, Microsoft Corporation
Bradford W. Landers, IBM Corporation
Philip Rosedale, RealNetworks
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