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January/February 2018

Magazine Features

NASCAR Puts Racing Fans in the Driver's Seat—at 190 MPH

Thanks to a collaboration between NASCAR and Twitter, fans were able to stream live video from behind the wheel with their favorite drivers. That's only the latest example of how NASCAR is using social networks to boost engagement.

Season Two of Go90's Streaming Hit MVP Plays in the Big Leagues

There are some major sports stars on Go90 series MVP—including New England Patriot Rob Gronkowski, one of the show's producers—but they're not the ones throwing pitches.

Case Study: Mobile, iOS-based, Live-Switched Streaming

Live production and streaming with mobile devices—from capture to delivery—isn't just for hobbyists anymore. But if you're looking to use your iOS device for professional production you'll need to gear up right, and this article will show you how.

Volumetric Capture and Streaming Will Take Us Beyond 360 Video

It's the difference between looking at an image and stepping into it. Volumetric video solves the problems of 360, and has real applications in the enterprise.

Seed Money: 6 Ways Streaming Video Plays a Role in Farming

In chores such as cattle wrangling and crop rotation, streaming video is surprisingly important to those working in agribusiness.

Review: Blackmagic Television Studio Pro HD

This is the first ATEM model that isn't a rackmount switcher but rather an all-in-one switcher with hardware control panel.

Editor's Note

The Streaming Media East Conference Is New and Improved for 2018

Now in its 20th year, Streaming Media East is keeping its focus as the world's leading online video conference, while adding new tracks and events to broaden its value.

Stakes Are High, but Joe Inzerillo Is Batting 1.000 With BAMTech

BAMTech's EVP and CTO faces challenges such as international expansion and a lack of standards as he attempts to out-innovate the competition.

The Industry

Active Shooters: When a Closer Look Gets Far Too Close

Snapchat videos expire after 24 hours, but the images they show can remain burned into viewers' memories for far longer.

Streams of Thought

The Streaming Video Revolution Is About More Than Entertainment

Industries such as agriculture, mining, music, and manufacturing have all been transformed by audio and video streaming. In 2018, we'll take a deeper look.

The Video Doctor

6 More Expert Tips for Successful Streaming With Facebook Live

Facebook Live was the hot platform in 2017, and it's only going to grow in 2018. Here's helpful advice on how organizations can create perfect live video events.

Future in Focus

The Enterprise Embraces Streaming Innovation Behind the Firewall

Microsoft, Kaltura, Brightcove, and others are putting streaming video to use at work, creating cutting-edge features that any viewer would enjoy.

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