Outstream Video Summit speakers announced
In the build up to our Video Outstream Summits, we’re excited to reveal our final line-up of speakers from across the publishing, advertising and technology landscape, reflecting the different players involved in outstream advertising.
Our premium publisher partnership network is reflected with speakers from The Washington Post, Condé Nast, Mail Online, Local World and more. Expect to hear insights into the programmatic workings at publishers, and how outstream has allowed them to monetise their editorial content.
In both the UK and USA, we will launch our Forrester research presented by senior analysts, Jim Nail in the US and Ryan Skinner in the UK. The study looked at attitudes towards video advertising by key decision-makers from advertisers, agencies and media companies in Argentina, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Spain, UK and the US. The results indicate the major hurdles facing the video industry and the solutions that can help, likely to be an event highlight.
Key influencers at Teads will also be speaking. In the UK, Chief Executive Pierre Chappaz, will present ‘Taking Outstream Mainstream’. A year ago outstream video advertising was invented, but 12 months on it has become a truly established format. This talk will look forward to the next stage of the digital transformation. Pierre will be joined in London by other senior members from Teads, including Jeremy Arditi (SVP International) and Justin Taylor (UK MD), while New York will hear from Bertrand Quesada (Co-Founder and CEO), Rebecca Mahony (CMO), Jim Daily (General Manager) and more.
Guy Phillipson, (Chief Executive, IAB UK), David Fisher (Head of Futures, Sky), Paul Nasse (UK Commercial Director) Integral Ad Science, Julian Smith (Head of Strategy and Innovation, Fetch) and Nick Reid (UK MD TubeMogul) put the finishing touches on our London line-up. While in the US, Kiril Tsemekhman (Chief Data Officer, Integral Ad Science), Erin Kienast (SVP/ Activation Director, SMG) and Shenan Reed (President of Digital, North America at MEC) offer agency and data intelligence perspectives on issues like viewability, fraud and future trends.