This weekend, I am honored to be a keynote speaker at Open Video Conference 2011. I will be discussing how public policy affects the online video ecosystem. Before the keynote, I will also co-lead some sessions on “making the map” of the ecosystem. I will be leading the sessions with my friends Nick Bramble of Yale Law School and Sky Fernandes of Centripetal Capital, among others. I have a history of excellent co-leaders at the Open Video Conference; in 2009, with an overflowing room eating sandwiches, Tim Wu and I led about network neutrality and an open video ecosystem.
At OVC, I always learn far far more from the participants than I could ever teach them. The participants include leading techies, creatives, and visionaries shaping video on the Internet. I’m looking forward to the conference and thank the organizers for inviting me once again to contribute and learn.