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Streaming Media West [19-20 Nov 2019]
Esport & Sports Streaming Summit [19-20 Nov 2019]
OTT Leadership Summit [19-20 Nov 2019]
Video Engineering Summit [19-20 Nov 2019]
Live Streaming Summit [19 Nov 2019]
Streaming Media East [5-6 May 2020]
Past Conferences
Streaming Media East [7-8 May 2019]
Live Streaming Summit [7-8 May 2019]
OTT Leadership Summit [7-8 May 2019]
Video Engineering Summit [7-8 May 2019]
Content Delivery Summit [6 May 2019]
Streaming Forum [26 February 2019]
Featured Articles

Review: Panasonic AV-HS400N HD Video Mixer

HD video mixers aren't cheap, but they do offer amazing functionality inside compact boxes. I put Panasonic's AV-HS400N through its paces during an awards ceremony. I found much to like, and a few minor issues, and look forward to technologies like this becoming more affordable in the years to come.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Feb 2012

Review: Roland VR-5 A/V Mixer

Roland's VR-5 A/V Mixer features multiple video inputs, an internal media player, computer input and conversion, a built-in audio mixer, two integrated LCD monitors to see video inputs, output and various device settings, and the ability to internally record your program output while also sending your program to a laptop for streaming--all for an MSRP of $4,995.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Feb 2012

The Sweet Science of Producing Boxing Shows

Jon Connor and Cristina Valdivieso, two renowned event filmmakers from Philadelphia, went to Los Angeles in June to shadow World Light Welterweight boxing champion Amir Khan as he prepared for his title unification bout, capturing footage for pay-per-view broadcast in the UK. Stephen Nathans-Kelly describes how they pulled it off.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Jan 2012

Live, Raw, Real: Producing One-Take Online Music Videos

There's a wave of raw, demolike one-take music videos with an unmistakable live feel sweeping the web, and some savvy event filmmakers have thrown their hats into thering. Here we look behind the scenes of Bill Grant's boneshow and Jet Kaiser's One Take Shows, and get their spin on this new, viral field-recording phenomenon.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jan 2012

Like a Mighty Stream: Webcasting Rock Shows with Ryan Bodie Films

Streaming concerts and other live events has established Ryan Bodie's Studio 26 as the go-to live event webcast provider in his region and in some key entertainment areas, ranging from concert series in the spring to festivals in the summer and one-off arena gigs like a Chaka Khan show. Bodie estimates that his crew shoots, switches, and streams 80 live events per year, with maybe half of those involving music.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jan 2012

Producing My First Webcast

Jan Ozer produced his first live webcast on May 8, 2010. As with anything else, he learned some huge lessons that didn't become obvious until he was there in the chair, broadcasting live. If you've got your first live webcast coming up, perhaps you'll find them useful.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Jan 2012

Producing Conference Video Pt. 4: Live Delivery and Postproduction

What happens when you deliver your event live? This is nothing new for live TV broadcasters, but more and more event video producers are being asked to perform their postproduction activities in real-time—that is, live as the event is occurring.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Jan 2012

Producing Conference Video Pt. 3: Shooting Presentations and Directing Live Switches

Award-winning producer Shawn Lam looks at two key elements of the process: capturing multimedia presentations effectively for both live-switched productions and post-produced edits, and how to become a successful technical director of a live-switched shoot, whether for IMAG delivery or providing a live feed for broadcast or webcast.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Jan 2012

Producing Conference Video Pt. 2: Lighting and Audio

Award-winning producer Shawn Lam looks at the art and science of stage lighting and the challenges of making lighting designed for performance work for video. He also discusses the meat-and-potatoes things you need to know for microphone selection and successful live-recorded conference audio.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Jan 2012

Producing Conference Video Pt. 1: Setting Up

Whether you're shooting a conference, a convention, or an AGM, the setup of the shoot is one of the most important parts of the production process. It's the step where you select the equipment, establish your camera positions, lay your cables, and check and recheck your audio and lighting.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Jan 2012

Producing Theme-Driven Online College Sports Shows

For Altair and humanstory, the name of the game in college sports web shows is storytelling, and their theme-driven style is getting them lucrative gigs with top college programs.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jan 2012

Reinforcing Company Culture Through Online Event Video

For any professional online video producer who is looking to jump into corporate work, producing corporate meeting highlights is a great way to start. Here Edit 1 Media's Chris Randall explains how producing videos for Aegis Living's annual corporate meetings has grown in complexity and profitability over the years.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jan 2012

Review: Sonnet Qio High-Speed File Transport Center

Sonnet has crafted a beautiful solution for rapid footage offload that gives your laptop far more connectivity, power, and capability than ever before. The system is solid, and in pure professional parlance, it does what it says it can do. The Qio is, according to Anthony Burokas, the most useful professional video production accessory for a laptop-enabled tapeless live production workflow that you can get.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jan 2012

Live at NASA TV for the Launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour

Anthony Burokas goes behind the scenes at NASA TV to shadow an event video crew that's responsible for bringing launches live to the world.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jan 2012

Review: Digital Rapids TouchStream 1.2

TouchStream 1.2 is a beefier upgrade to Digital Rapids' compact, touchscreen-enabled live encoding box that is head-and-shoulders above similar devices when it comes to "power-up and encode" in just a few simple steps.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jan 2012

Live Production for Mobile Viewing

In this article Tim Siglin will help you navigate the challenges entailed in streaming live events to mobile devices and discuss how to make your projects successful in spite of them.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jan 2012

Producing the Battle of the Paddle

The Battle of the Paddle is the premier event in the world of stand-up paddling, a surfing variant currently sweeping the country and its waterways. The Battle is captured live each year on film and video and delivered online by Soul Surf Media's Chris Aguilar, who explains how he goes deep in the surf to get it done.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jan 2012

Review: Panasonic AG-AC7P Shouldermount Camcorder

A physically similar follow-up to Panasonic's more professional AG-HMC80 AVCCAM, the AC7P uses the more consumer AVCHD format, loses a few ports, and drops $1,200 from the price tag, making the $1,300 (MSRP) AG-AC7 the least expensive actual on-shoulder camcorder you can buy. But what do you get?
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jan 2012

Navigating New Technologies and Legacy Workflows for Live Productions

It takes time and money to replace acquisition, editing, and delivery equipment to conform to new and ever-changing standards, and often there are elements of our production gear or workflow that get upgraded while others get left behind. Here Shawn Lam provides some tips to combat these issues.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jan 2012

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