2014 Daily Schedule
Saturday, November 8, 2014
- 1 - 5 Registration (Atrium)
- 6 - 7 Exhibitor Meeting (Meeting Room 11)
- 7:30 - 9:30 Board Dinner (Executive Boardroom)
Sunday, November 9, 2014
- 7 - 7:30 1st Timer Meeting (Ideation)
- 8 - 9:30 Opening Session: "10 Key Findings from Survey of Academic Library Streaming Video," deg farrelly (BallroomC2)
- 8 - 5 Registration (Atrium)
- 9:30 - 9:45 Break (BallroomC2)
- 9:45 - 5:00 Market Mania Click for full Market Mania Schedule (BallroomC1/C2)
- 12 - 1 Lunch (BallroomC4)
- 2:30 - 2:45 Break (BallroomC1/C2)
- 5:15 - 7 Reception (Ideation + Atrium)
Monday, November 10, 2014
- 8 - 9 Special Session: Big Data's Big Impact on Streaming Video
- 9 - 5 Registration (Atrium)
- 9 - 12 Exhibitor Visiting (Suites)
- 12 - 2 Lunch + Professional Development Session: "Ongoing Streaming Video Initiatives within an Academic Library," Matt Gallagher (BallroomC1/C2)
- 2 - 6 Exhibitor Visiting (Suites)
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
- 8 - 12 Exhibitor Visiting (Suites)
- 8 - 12 Registration (Ballroom Foyer C)
- 8 - 5 Registration (Atrium)
- 12 - 2 Lunch + Professional Development Session: Lightning Rounds Presented by the National Media Market (BallroomC1/C2)
- 2 - 6 Exhibitor Visiting (Suites)
- 7 Pub Crawl - Historic Charleston
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
- 8 - 2 Registration (Atrium)
- 9 - 12 Exhibitor Visiting (Suites)
- 12 - 2 Lunch + Farewell (Meeting Room 6 + 7)
- 2 - 3 Exhibitor Breakdown
- 2 - 3 Attendee Meeting (Meeting Room 8)
2014 Professional Development Sessions
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10 Key Findings from a Survey of Academic Library Streaming Video
deg farrelly, Media Librarian/ShareStream Administrator, Arizona State University
In Spring 2013 the presenters conducted a survey on streaming video in academic libraries.
The survey was the first large-scale and most comprehensive effort to date to collect data on streaming video funding, licensing, acquisition, and hosting in academic libraries. Its results provide baseline data for future explorations of this rapidly expanding approach to video in academic libraries.
Survey questions addressed selection and acquisition of video in both hard copy and streaming formats, funding for acquisitions, current and planned hosting interfaces, cataloging and access, and current practice and policy on digitization of hard copy titles for streaming.
This presentation summarizes key findings from the survey with data of interest to both librarians and exhibiting partners.
deg farrelly has worked with academic media collections for 38 years. As the media librarian for Arizona State University is primary responsibilities are selection and management of quality media content to support teaching and research across the university’s four campuses and administration of ASU Libraries’ interface for locally hosting video. He is the author of the chapter “Streaming Video” in the recently published book Rethinking Collection Development and consults with major media distributors and library publishers.
deg presents frequently on matters of academic media at national conferences, including National Media Market, the Charleston Conference, Electronic Resources & Libraries, CCUMC, and the American Library Association, and highly attended webinars for Library Journal. He and Jane Hutchison will be repeating the survey with updated questions in fall 2014.
Outside of professional activities, deg is an avid Scrabble player, collects mid-20th century pottery, glass, and aluminum, and manages the lending library for the non-profit group OrigamiUSA. Some of his original origami designs have been published internationally.
Ongoing Streaming Video Initiatives within an Academic Library
Matt Gallagher, Media and Music Cataloging, Technical and Automated Services, Rutgers University Library
For libraries, developing comprehensive streaming media services can be resource intensive, requires innovative professional collaboration and often competes with other priorities. To date, Rutgers University has successfully contributed to the development of a state-wide video repository, hosts commercial titles on internal servers, provides access across multiple platforms, and more. We would like to share our experience navigating institutional pressures, user demands and complex rights issues to provide robust streaming media services to our diverse community.
Matt Gallagher is one of the point people for video at Rutgers University Libraries. He regularly acquires and catalogs video, actively contributes to ongoing streaming video initiatives, and often serves as a bridge between librarians and computer programmers when technological issues arise. Previously, Matt prepared and reviewed royalty statements for domestic and international licenses, as an accountant at a music label. He also managed thirty accounts at a business management firm specializing in high profile entertainment clientele for a time. Matt is currently completing his MA in history from Rutgers, in addition to the MSLIS he has already received from Long Island University. Work and studies aside, Matt is an avid fan of live music, travel, microbrews, and being outdoors.
Special Session: Big Data's Big Impact on Streaming Video
With today’s online delivery of video content, distributors, educational institutions, and libraries are able to collect, analyze and use data more effectively than ever before. This session will introduce you to the “big data” trends that are impacting online video and showcase examples of how usage information is helping both video producers and video consumers make better decisions.
Introduction: Wendy Collins, Films Media Group
- Winifred Metz, University of North Carolina
- Jim Davis, Docuseek2
- Tracy Montri, Toledo Public Library
- David Parker, Alexander Street Press
Wendy Collins, Infobase Learning
Wendy's focus at Infobase Learning is to oversee the company's digital assets and guide the direction of its development, delivery and support resources for all online products and digital solutions for the education and library markets.
With more than 22 years of experience in the e-learning and education industries, she has designed and developed interactive courseware, web-based content platforms, and online products for both Fortune 500 companies and education institutions. Prior to joining Infobase Learning, Wendy served as the Director of Digital Strategy for Films Media Group, leading that company’s transition from a hard-copy business model to a digital delivery business model. She has also spent time as the Director of Development at several consulting firms, overseeing creative, instructional and technical teams to design engaging and effective learning solutions for a wide variety of clients.
Winifred Fordham Metz - Media Librarian & Head, Media Resources Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
At UNC, Winifred leads a team of professionals specializing in media production, public service, access & description, use metrics & analytics, and resource management. A good portion of Winifred's work is focused on the collection, research, instruction and use of traditional & new medias. She provides visual literacy instruction to faculty and students; speaks on documentary studies; instructs on aspects of media production; and consults on film and new media. Winifred also serves on the Global Cinema Advisory Board and UNC's Faculty Council.
In the field, Winifred works directly with filmmakers on licensing and distribution models; advises on post-production; writes about film and new media for online outlets; and serves on the Selection Committee for Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.
Away from work - Winifred adores traveling with her dude & daughter, writes short fiction and still watches a ton of film.
Jim Davis, Docuseek2
Jim Davis is the president, co-founder and lead architect of Docuseek2. Not counting campus film exhibition, he has worked with the non-theatrical film community for over 30 years. He was employee #3 at Icarus Films, and went on to develop the back office software still used by several independent distributors. He has worked with various software ventures since then, including contract stints at Apple and Microsoft. Along the way he detoured to teach middle and high school and collect a couple of master's degrees in education with a technology specialist certification. He currently lives in Chicago.
David Parker, Alexander Street Press
David has 14+ years' experience in the e-learning and library products space. After founding Business Expert Press (BEP) in 2008, he served as president of BEP and sister publisher Momentum Press. Prior to this role, he served as editor-in-chief and member of the global business publishing committee at Pearson Education, where he managed a team of editors responsible for more than $80 million in annual sales.
At Alexander Street Press, David utilizes his skills in digital publishing to launch multimedia business resources with e-learning functionality. In his position, he pairs traditional business materials with previously undiscovered content to deliver exceptional digital-era teaching and learning products built to empower faculty and students in new ways.
2014 NMM Program Guide
Exhibiting Partner Pages
- Alexander St. Press
- Ambrose Digital Streaming
- Annenberg Learner
- BECON TV
- BioMEDIA ASSOCIATES
- Bullfrog Films
- Chip Taylor Communications
- Described and Captioned Media Program
- Cinema Guild
- Criterion Pictures
- Film Ideas
- Film Movement
- Film Platform
- Films Media Group
- First Run Features
- Footage.net Archive Portal
- Getting To Know
- Green Planet Films
- Human Relations Media
- Icarus Films
- Kino Lorber.edu
- Landmark Media
- Media Education Foundation
- National Film Board of Canada
- New Day Films
- Passion River Films
- Swank Digital Campus
- ro*co films
- Video Project
- Weston Woods/Scholastic
- Women Make Movies
2014 Company Bio's
Alexander Street Press pairs exclusive content with the latest technology to deliver customizable products and services to libraries and their patrons worldwide. We blend video, audio, and text with sophisticated search, indexing, and other cutting-edge online tools to transform the way people research and learn in virtually every discipline.
An American Educational Production and Distribution Company with Colleges and Universities as our Target Audience. Now offering our new content, over one hundred and ten 2014 copyrighted releases, on the best quality streaming platform in the Educational Streaming Market.
Annenberg Learner, a part of The Annenberg Foundation begun in 1987, uses media and other technologies to advance excellence in learning and teaching. Annenberg Learner funds the production of educational multimedia resources for secondary and college students and professional development for K-12 teachers consisting of video programs with accompanying student and faculty guides, online textbooks, and interactive web components in the areas of art, science, mathematics, literature, English (including ESL), foreign languages, and social studies. All programming is closed captioned and audio described. Annenberg Learner video content are also distance learning courses that can be used online in any CMS. Digital licenses are available for our entire library.
The Broward Education Communications Network (BECON), owned and operated by The School Board of Broward County, provides curriculum-based instructional programs, aligned to national standards, for school districts, libraries, private and public charter schools, educational organizations, and TV stations nationwide. Programming is developed with input and direction from curriculum specialists, including demonstrations and real life applications to encourage student interaction and enhance the learning process. BECON's mission is to use broadcast television, and the most current technologies to develop and deliver quality multimedia,instructional, educational and community programming to enhance student achievement and life-long learning.
BioMEDIA ASSOCIATES LLC brings the best multimedia content together to engage students in biology and human physiology. All programs are instructionally designed using techniques of microscopy, animation, and photography to reveal the structure, process, and behavior of living things. Full programs with chapters, captioning and audio description, encoded to stream to all types of computers, SmartTVs, tablets, and mobile devices plus PDF teaching guides. Encoded formats, metadata, MARC records, hosting or IP Authentication, licensing is tailored to your needs. 20% discount to NMM attendees!
Leading environmental and social justice publisher since 1973, with more than 750 titles in the areas of environmental and social sciences, the economy, sustainability, climate change, globalization, geology, psychology, political science, journalism, anthropology, oceanography, and human rights. DVDs include Public Performance Rights. DVD warranty. Digital streaming licenses. 600 titles featured on Docuseek2, our new online streaming portal, www.docuseek2.com.
A world of discovery awaits you at Chip Taylor Communications, a producer and distributor of quality exclusive programs available with all rights and licenses you require for your educational, library, television and streaming needs. Free on-demand previews are available 24/7 for over 4000 programs. As we have since 1985, we welcome the opportunity to offer you the finest in quality programming.
Representing over 100 producers from Canada, Europe and Asia, CinéFête's collection of broadcast quality documentaries brings a world view to all levels of teaching. From award-winning children's films to hard hitting documentaries, we are proud of our 24 year dedication to the visual media market. Programs are available in various formats, including DVD and digital and include streaming and duplication rights.
Criterion Pictures represents 20th Century Fox, Fox Searchlight, DreamWorks, Paramount Pictures, Insurge Pictures, Paramount Vantage as well as a variety of smaller independent producers. Criterion provides its content in a variety of mediums, including but not limited to, 35mm, DVD, and its newly created digital delivery platform - Criterion-on-Demand. Using Feature Films, from Major Studios, in the classroom has never been easier.
The Described and Captioned Media Program provides services to benefit students (early learning through grade 12) who are blind, visually impaired, deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf-blind. These services include (1) a library of free-loan described and captioned educational media, (2) a learning center of information related to educational media access, (3) a gateway to Internet resources related to accessibility, and (4) guidelines for adding descriptions and captions to media.
Film Ideas, Inc. has been producing and distributing award-winning curriculum, documentary and general interest programs for education, library and instructional television markets since 1979. Topics support all ages and interests. Programs are closed captioned and available on chaptered DVDs and all digital delivery and television formats. Film Ideas is “Education through Visualization.” To learn more and view online previews, visit our website: www.filmideas.com.
Film Movement is a full-service distribution company based in New York City. Specializing in award-winning foreign and independent films, Film Movement titles are available individually or by subscription - through our unique institutional film-of-the-month-club - with PPR and DRL. Our films are also increasingly available on a variety of library-specific digital services.
At FILM PLATFORM, top sales agents collaborate to bring you the finest contemporary films from all around the globe. The result is a diverse collection of current, award-winning films, curated by academics, artists, and the programmers of some of the world’s most prestigious film festivals. It is an interactive resource and database for film lovers and scholars everywhere, a place where educators and students can comment and share their thoughts.
Films Media Group invites you to stop by and check out our comprehensive, award-winning, streaming video subscription platforms (Films On Demand for Colleges, Access Video On Demand for Public Libraries and Classroom Video On Demand or Learn360 for K-12). These subscription services offer thousands of high quality educational titles from hundreds of top producers, conveniently segmented into predefined clips. Students, patrons and faculty will enjoy hassle-free access to some of the best video content available.
Founded by filmmakers in 1979, First Run Features and its award-winning collection of over 400 films have been honored with two prestigious retrospectives: at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2001; and, in celebration of our 30th anniversary in 2009, at the Film Society of Lincoln Center. First Run Features distributes fiction and documentary films to theaters; to schools, libraries and other educational institutions; on home video on DVD and Blu-Ray; to television and cable broadcasters; and online through various digital platforms. Sign up for our email newsletter to receive information about new releases, contests, exclusive discounts, special screenings and events, and more.
Footage Access is the first subscription based Web Portal focused on universities where students, faculty and curriculum designers can research, locate and integrate primary source and archival video content into their work legally and easily, through a simple click and save, with no violation of copyright law. Footage Access has aggregated the world's top Commercial Stock Footage Archives into an easily searchable database.
Getting To Know, Inc. is dedicated to making arts and history education accessible and enjoyable to children and teachers in the K12 market. We produce and distribute children's videos about famous artists, fundamentals of art education, and Great American Presidents!
Green Planet Films is a non-profit organization created to promote environmental education through the artistic power of film. Our mission is to connect environmental filmmakers dedicated to documenting the relationship of nature and humanity with an evolving global movement seeking greater knowledge about sustainability and the natural world we inhabit. Deforestation, water resources, ocean conservation, sustainable fishing, renewable energies, endangered wildlife, and climate change are a selection of environmental issues explored by filmmakers we work with.
For more than 36 years, Human Relations Media has produced award-winning educational programs. The format has changed over the years from 16mm, to filmstrips, to video and now to the Internet. Our digital content reaches more than 100,000 schools and hundreds of thousands of students. Human Relations Media produces relevant and compelling videos about the lives, choices, issues, health and well-being of today’s teenagers. Working with leading experts in the field, our videos are developed, written and produced by our own staff. We have a simple goal: to deliver the highest quality video-based educational materials available. Teachers have told us time and again that HRM's video-based learning tools remain transformative in their classrooms.
Icarus Films is a leading distributor of documentary films. We release approximately 50 films per year, and now distribute over 1500 titles across North America. Icarus Films owns two specialized labels focused on healthcare and social services: The Fanlight Collection and Program Development Associates. In 2012 we acquired The dGenerate Films Collection, the leading source for independent films from mainland China. We also partnered with Bullfrog Films and invested in Docuseek2, a new company offering a robust streaming platform exclusively for educational institutions.
Kanopy offers a broad selection of over 26,000 streaming films and documentaries from 800 producers, including Media Education Foundation, Criterion Collection, PBS, California Newsreel, Kino Lorber, First Run Features, BBC, Documentary Educational Resources, Seventh Art, Symptom Media, and many more. Kanopy features powerful user interface as well as an administrative dashboard where librarians can manage their films, analyze live viewer behavior and better monitor the ROI for their libraries. Kanopy offers two models of acquisition: (1) A-la-Carte Selection and (2) Patron Driven Acquisition. Other offered services include: (1) Hosted Content and (2) Search & Find.
Kino Lorber Edu brings together the libraries of Kino Classics, Kino Lorber, and Alive Mind Cinema to deliver world-class cinema to students and educators alike. We specialize in offering the best films available on the topics of Film Studies, Social Sciences, Literature and Theater, Religion and Spirituality as well as the world’s most essential classic cinema.
Landmark Media is an independent family-owned company celebrating our 31st year. We have been fortunate to be able to acquire and offer the finest quality educational content available. Unlike other companies, each title is highly scrutinized and hand picked by Richard and Peter Hartogs to ensure high quality content.
The Media Education Foundation produces and distributes documentary films and other educational resources to inspire critical reflection on the social, political, and cultural impact of American mass media. Our films are designed to help spark discussion about some of the most pressing and complicated issues of our time. They are available via DVD and streaming. Choose to stream individual titles or special collections.
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is one of the world’s leading digital content hubs, creating groundbreaking interactive documentaries and animation, mobile content, installations and participatory experiences. A world-renowned pioneer in film and digital media, the NFB produces and distributes interactive content, social-issue documentaries and auteur animation. The NFB has produced over 13,000 productions and won over 5,000 awards, including 8 Webbys, 9 Canadian Screen Awards, 12 Oscars and more than 90 Genies.
New Day Films is a filmmaker-run distribution company, providing award-winning films to educators, community groups, government agencies, public libraries and businesses since 1971. Democratically run by more than 150 filmmaker members, New Day delivers hundreds of titles that illuminate, challenge and inspire. Today, New Day members sustain the ideals that inspired the company's formation - partnership, great stories, and social change - and curate its collection to encompass a wide range of subject areas.
Passion River Films is an independent film distribution company specializing in the release of art house and special interest films and documentaries. Passion River's uniquely diverse catalog features Academy Award and Emmy-winning titles as well as films that have been recognized at the Independent Spirit Awards, the Sundance Film Festival, the Tribeca Film Festival, and other prestigious events.
A leader in the documentary distribution world, ro*co films understands that a compelling real-life story can educate, entertain, and engage diverse audiences around emotionally gripping, universally important themes. The films represented by ro*co educational are inspiring, provocative, and challenging —connecting us to human experiences well beyond the boundaries of our own.
Swank Digital Campus is your source for streaming the most requested titles and allowing students to watch full-length, copyright compliant, feature films outside the classroom.
The Cinema Guild is a premier distributor of documentary, foreign and independent films. Browse our entire collection at www.cinemaguild.com.
Our mission is to distribute the very best in educational media and documentary programming on critical environmental, global and social issues to the widest possible audience worldwide, including colleges, schools, libraries, businesses, religious groups, government agencies and non-governmental organizations.
Weston Woods is the world's largest producer of audiovisual adaptations of classic children's picture books. Our adaptations are faithful reflections of the books on which they are based, designed to motivate children to want to read. Our product lines include over 400 public performance DVD picture book adaptations, American Sign Language DVD series, author documentaries, history/social studies and foreign language (Mandarin and Spanish) bilingual DVD collections.
Established in 1972 to address the under representation and misrepresentation of women in the media industry, Women Make Movies is a multicultural, multiracial, non-profit media arts organization which facilitates the production, promotion, distribution and exhibition of independent films and videotapes by and about women. The organization provides services to both users and makers of film and video programs, with a special emphasis on supporting work by women of color. Women Make Movies facilitates the development of feminist media through an internationally recognized Distribution Service and a Production Assistance Program.