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Open Video Conference 2011

Dear Kaltura & Open Video Enthusiasts….
It’s that time of year again!!! The 2011 Open Video Conference is only two weeks away and if you haven’t registered yet, we recommend you do so as soon as possible as space is limited.
This years Open Video Conference will include many of the familiar events you have come to expect from the team at OVC; hack sessions, working groups, open video developer events, and general open video discussions. Click here for more information on the agenda and topics of discussion.
OVC is a great opportunity to meet with many of the leading open video advocates, developers, and businesses in education and media. Meet and collaborate with OVC conference attendees, HTML5 developers, the team at Kaltura and more.
At this year’s Open Video Conference, we’re adopting the philosophy of “less yak, more hack”. We’re changing the formula of past OVCs to make this year’s event more focused and outcome-oriented. Every session will be working towards building tangible outputs, from policy papers to software and hardware. This year’s event is designed especially for builders, tinkerers, makers, and doers. There will be no passive watchers here, just active participants!
Kaltura is a founding member of the Open Video Alliance, launched in 2009 as a coalition of organizations that aims to maximize free expression and innovation in online video.
Open video is the idea that the moving image should belong to everyone. This vision requires not only free and open video technologies, but also that viewers are empowered to go beyond just watching—creating, sharing, and engaging in the multimedia public sphere they now inhabit.
Looking forward to seeing you all at OVC ‘11!

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