How Losing Net Neutrality May Affect Live Streaming Opinion article by John Espey Now that the FCC has decided to remove net neutrality, and re-classify the internet away from a public utility and [...]
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Exciting Updates in the World of Live Streaming! Only a few short months ago, Facebook was only 720p resolution and paid streaming services were expensive with limited viewer hours. With the release [...]
Will LinkedIn Start a Live Streaming Service? We are familiar with Twitter’s Periscope, YouTube Live, and Facebook Live services. These companies have spearheaded a new wave of social interaction online through the [...]
Crazy AV Ideas No One Tries! And Maybe Shouldn't? Corporate events are prevalent in the San Francisco Bay Area. The entire peninsula is host to one large meeting after another. These meetings use roughly [...]
How to Reach More People with Your Live Stream You’ve heard of live streaming, you know what it’s like, but the numbers still aren’t adding up. Sure you can build a big event, produce [...]
10 Great Ways to Improve Event Audio Modern live events can take advantage of the latest technology in cameras, streaming, projection, and LED walls. Interestingly, lighting and audio are not much different than they [...]
Top 10 Best Ways to Make Your Event More Interactive An early spring morning at a yacht club in San Francisco, the event AV crew gathers before dawn. They take a photo of the full [...]
A History of Live Streaming It is September 7th, 1927. Philo T. Farnsworth heads to his laboratory in San Francisco. "I really hope this works," he thought to himself, because today is the day [...]
10 Tips for Producing the Perfect Live Stream So your assignment is to live stream an event and it needs to be perfect. No small feat for even the most experienced producers! Not even [...]
Update! Choosing The Best Live Streaming Provider One year ago, I wrote an article comparing the top streaming providers. At that time, Facebook was not an option and YouTube was relatively un-used. Now, we [...]