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OTT Leadership Summit [19-20 Nov 2019]
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OTT Leadership Summit [7-8 May 2019]
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Content Delivery Summit [6 May 2019]
Streaming Forum [26 February 2019]
Live Switching/Webcasting
Articles

Streaming Live Concerts: Backstage with TourGigs

This article explores what it takes to pull off a live multi-camera concert film, backhaul a compressed stream from a crazy location, and deliver it at scale to users on multiple screens. It also looks at different monetization models, rights management, policy enforcement, royalties, and why some shows go perfectly well and others go perfectly wrong.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jan 2016

World Surf League Japan Streams Surfing Tournament Using Blackmagic Design-Driven Workflow

WSLJ uses the Blackmagic ATEM 1 M/E Production Studio 4K switcher, Intensity Pro 4K capture and playback card and several Mini Converters
Featured News, Posted 09 Dec 2015

Case Study: University of Tennessee Delivers Live Streamed Instant Replay With Evertz DreamCatcher

The Evertz DreamCatcher replay system has replaced many older alternatives in high-end sports broadcast production. I spent an evening with the University of Tennessee athletics broadcast team to see how they use their 400-series DreamCatchers in conjunction with their SEC Network broadcast of a soccer match between the Vols and Ole Miss.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Dec 2015

A Closer Look at the Epiphan Pearl and the New SDI2USB

Streaming Media's Tim Siglin and Epiphan's Dave Kirk discuss Epiphan's capture, encoding, and live streaming workflow solutions at Streaming Media West 2015.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Nov 2015

Telestream Teams Up With Onstream Media to Provide VisualWebcaster Access in Wirecast

VisualWebcaster offers Q&A, chat, real-time surveys and polls, as well as social networking capabilities, registration tools, email reminders and a custom-branded player interface. Audiences can view broadcasts live or on demand
Featured News, Posted 23 Nov 2015

Review: Blackmagic Design Micro Studio Camera 4K

The Micro Studio Camera 4K is a Micro Cinema Camera from Blackmagic Design designed specifically for use in a studio environment or in a broadcast setting, preferably paired with an ATEM 4K switcher. It features all of the stuff you'd want to have in a broadcast camera in a remarkably compact configuration.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Nov 2015

Panasonic Ships 'World's First' Pro UHD PTZ Cam

The UE70 delivers 3840 x 2160 resolution images at 29.97p/25pviaHDMI, and is also capable of 4K IP streaming and in-camera 4K recording with a $5850 MSRP
Featured News, Posted 18 Nov 2015

Streaming Media West '15: Introducing the Roland V-1HD

Tim Siglin and Rob Read discuss the V-1HD, Roland's just-announced portable 4 x HDMI input switcher
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Nov 2015

Cardiac Surgeon Uses Matrox Monarch HDX H.264 Encoder to Record and Stream Surgical Procedures

Dr. Sarju Ralhan and his surgical team at Hero DMC Heart Institute in Ludhiana, India are promoting a new surgical method using a streaming and recording workflow built around the Monarch HDX
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Nov 2015

Review: BBS Lighting Pipeline Reporter LED Kit

The BBS Pipeline Reporter Kit ($849) consists of two small, rugged, durable, pipe-shaped, ultra-white "remote phosphor" LEDs plus supports that can provide high-lumen-level lighting in tight spots with minimal power requirements and setup time.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Nov 2015

Carolina Panthers Deploy TVUPack Wireless Backpack for Live Streaming

The Panthers deployed TVUPack to capture and transmit professional-quality video from post-game press conferences and interviews, as part their weekly Game Day wrap-up show
Featured News, Posted 03 Nov 2015

How to Choose Video Converters and Scalers for Live 4K and HD Production

Signal conversion is required in most live HD video productions, and this article will discuss how to convert modern and legacy video signals to the most common outputs required in modern HD and 4K broadcasts.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Nov 2015

Ikegami Rolls Out 'World's First' 8K Production Truck

New vehicle is designed to operate as a complete mobile 8K broadcast production facility capable of producing television of unsurpassed picture quality, complete with 22.2 channel surround sound.
Featured News, Posted 27 Oct 2015

Live Event Streaming to Take Center Stage at Streaming Media West and Live Streaming Summit

Live Streaming Summit debuts in California next month, digging deep into live event streaming and live linear streaming.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Oct 2015

Ryerson Journalism School and Rams Sports Club Leverage Matrox Monarch HD for Live Webcasts

Journalism students, sports teams deliver frequent live webcasts using Monarch HD for encoding and archiving
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Oct 2015

Review: Matrox Monarch HDX

The Monarch HDX is well featured, easy to use, and reasonably priced, and produced very good quality output. Those seeking a dual-channel hardware encoder should definitely include the product on their short list.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Oct 2015

Choosing the Optimal Data Rate for Live Streaming

The object of the exercise was to show how output quality was affected by the data rate of the incoming video in a cloud transcoding scenario.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Oct 2015

Choosing a Capture Card for Multicamera Live Production

To choose the best capture card for mixing live events with PC-based software, you should pursue multi-part analysis. In this article, I'll get you up to speed on what features to look for, but you're going to have to carry the load on the critical subjective items.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Oct 2015

The Connected Camcorder: Pros and Cons of In-Camera Wireless Capabilities for Live Delivery

As we enter the "Internet of Things" era, when all sorts of "things" are directly reachable over the internet, it should come as no surprise professional camcorders are coming along for the ride. They are actually somewhat late to the game, with smartphones already providing the ability to send a video out over the internet from the same device that captured it for quite some time. But connected professional camcorders have a lot to offer users looking for a streamlined professional streaming solution that video-capable smartphones can't deliver.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Oct 2015

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