Wowza Media Server® software gives broadcasters the ability to stream live and on-demand video with unmatched performance, reliability, and extensibility. Unlike other media servers, Wowza Media Server enables an affordable, unified streaming workflow — simplifying setup and maintenance, and enabling you to connect with your viewers on any device.
“Wowza gave us a unified streaming platform that greatly simplified our infrastructure and gave us a tremendous competitive and cost advantage. I can't think of television streaming without it going forward." Guillermo Revuelta, Systems Engineer, LaSexta, Spanish broadcast TV station. Download a White Paper
Use Wowza Media Server as a single streaming server for transcoding and delivery to multiple protocols, such as RTSP, RTMP, HLS, and MPEG-DASH. Viewers can watch your broadcasts on computers, IPTV, and OTT endpoints, smartphones, iPads and other tablets.
Integrate Wowza Media supports multiple broadcast-grade encoders, minimizing additional infrastructure investment. Web radio providers can use existing SHOUTcast/Icecast servers.
Use our rich set of APIs to create value-added applications and integrate with back-end systems such as databases, billing systems and log analysis tools.
Astral is a leading Canadian media company. With 23 television services, the Company is the country's largest broadcaster of English- and French-language pay and specialty television services. Astral is also Canada's largest radio broadcaster with 83 licensed radio stations in 50 markets in Canada.
With Wowza Media Server, we can drastically improve sound quality of our station streams and save money on bandwidth without major infrastructure changes.
TVW is Washington state's public affairs broadcast network reaching over 3.8 million households with live coverage of federal, state and municipal news and events and an archive of over 60,000 hours of programming. Launched in 1993, and streaming over the Internet since 1995, TVW has maintained a forward-looking vision of how accessible streaming technology can advance the public good.
Wowza software worked right out of the box. What was more impressive, it streamed uninterrupted live feeds during our 15-day pilot, without a single hiccup.
A subsidiary of RTL Group, Europe’s largest TV, radio, and production company, Radio538 turned to Wowza to help bring in a larger audience by delivering content to Flash and Silverlight players, iPhones and iPads, Android and other smartphones.
Wowza has helped us to massively broaden our online audience by providing an efficient, easy-to-manage, and cost-effective way to stream audio content to Flash and beyond.
laSexta is the sixth nationwide broadcast television station in Spain. The station has launched a new television model with innovative programming and a www.lasexta.com multimedia portal with streaming powered by Wowza Media Server sofware where viewers can also watch TV on their computers and mobile devices, wherever and whenever they want.
Wowza gave us a unified streaming platform that greatly simplified our infrastructure and gave us a tremendous competitive and cost advantage. I can't think of television streaming without it going forward.
Thanks to Wowza, we finally have the opportunity to launch the H.264 live and on demand streaming service using Flash.
Livestation delivers a range of live radio and television channels to your computer, mobile and connected TV over the internet.
Using Wowza Media Server has allowed us to broadly distribute content to different digital screens without making a heavy investment.
TVCatchup lets you watch live UK television on your computer, phone or games console. It streams over 40 channels, including BBC One, ITV2, Channel 4, Five, and more.
I'd go so far as to say Wowza Transcoder AddOn is the best live transcoding software I’ve used.
Sveriges Radio (also known as Radio Sweden) is Sweden's non-commercial public-radio broadcasting organization. The Sveriges Radio website continually streams over 40 radio channels, including four national FM stations and some ten web-only channels. In Sweden alone, Approximately 4 million people listen to Swedish radio every day.