Oct 30-31, 2012 LOS ANGELES, CA
Program Co-Chairs
Michael Newman
Paul Riismandel
Northwestern University
Eric Hards
Lockheed Martin
Erica Schroeder
Patty Perkins
Wells Fargo
Larry Bouthillier
Harvard University
George Levar
Come Learn About:
  • Enterprise YouTube vs. Managed Video System
  • Live Video Production: Tips and Tricks and Tricks
  • Developing a Mobile Device Strategy
  • Student-Generated Video on Campus
  • Creating an Internal CDN to Support Video Deployments
  • The Business Case for Video in the Enterprise
  • Enterprise Media Platform
  • Shootout Developing a Learning Management System
  • Video in the Electronic Portfolio
  • Strategies for Preparing Your Video for Tablets and Mobile Devices
  • Video Platform Deployment in Higher Education
  • Webcasting Tips and Tricks From the Enterprise

Todd Stabley
Senior Media Engineer
Duke University

Todd Stabley is a part of Duke University’s Interactive Technology Services, a group in the Office of Information Technology focused on researching and implementing enterprise video technologies for campus. He specializes in media recording, delivery and publishing tools, having served as project leads for DukeCapture, DukeStream, and other initiatives including Duke’s presences on iTunes U and YouTube. In 2006, he led the effort to make Duke one of the first universities in the U.S. to develop a campus-wide recording service when Duke partnered with the University of Western Australia to deploy a product called Lectopia.  After Lectopia was acquired by Anystream (Echo360), Todd led a project to evaluate leading enterprise capture tools, which resulted in the implementation of Panopto, Duke’s current classroom and mobile capture platform, in 2010.