Brunico sets June date for Internet TV conference Stream

The inaugural STREAM conference, taking place June 3 and 4 in Santa Monica, is aimed at bringing independent production companies together with decision-makers who commission and support original web content.
March 12, 2013

Toronto-based Brunico Communications is launching and organizing STREAM, an event touted as being a first-of-its-kind marketplace and conference for original Internet TV programming.

The event, which will be held in Santa Monica, California on June 3 and 4 – just prior to Realscreen West – is aimed at bringing independent production companies together with development execs, media agencies, and brand managers at companies that commission and support original web content.

Brunico publishes realscreen and Kidscreen, and organizes the two publications’ successful Summit events, in Washington DC and New York respectively. It also publishes Strategy magazine and Playback, and stages events tied to those brands.

“Last year represented an amazing shift in the premium content market with the release of significant new funding for original programming from leading online and streaming video companies,” said Brunico president and CEO Russell Goldstein in a statement.

“We believe that Internet TV is altering the entertainment landscape forever, and that leading providers must invest heavily in original programming to differentiate themselves. Stream will be ground zero for the breakthrough digital-first programs of tomorrow.”

The company also disclosed the names of members of the STREAM advisory board, including Morgan Spurlock (Warrior Poets), Erin McPherson (Yahoo!), Ran Harnevo (AOL On Network), Drew Buckley (Electus) and Chris Bruss (Funny Or Die).

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Jillian Morgan is a special reports editor at realscreen with a background in journalism and digital marketing. She joined the publication in 2019 after serving as the assistant editor to trade publications HPAC and On-Site. With a bachelor of journalism from the University of King's College in Halifax, she also works as a freelance writer and fact-checker.