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Wowza Streaming Cloud Feature Update

October 19, 2016 by James Jackson

With Wowza Streaming Cloud we're constantly looking to find ways of making live media streaming fit the user as well as the use—a new way to think about "ergonomics." The latest Wowza Streaming Cloud update is designed to address this, with preconfigured lower-latency HTTP selection, the Wowza Player preview availability, and the Wowza Streaming Cloud sandbox environment.

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The Streaming Show Podcast: Live Mobile Broadcasting

October 18, 2016 by Wowza Media Systems

Did you know that everyone with a mobile device can be a content creator with mobile live-streaming? Listen to this episode, where we talk with Chris Michaels, Wowza director of public relations, about live mobile broadcasting basics, its effect on the world, and how it relates to you.

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Zero to 360-Degree Streaming in Minutes: A Demo

October 13, 2016 by James Jackson

Virtual reality and  360-degree streaming continue to garner a lot of attention. Being able provide viewers a vantage point from inside the action offers great potential for user engagement. To see how easy 360-degree streaming can be, follow these easy steps to set up you own 360-degree live stream.

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Guest Post: Add Live Captioning to Your Wowza Streaming Engine Streams with iCap Falcon

October 3, 2016 by EEG

In this post we'll discuss captioning workflows in general, then cover how Wowza Streaming Engine and EEG's iCap Falcon combine to provide high-quality TV-style closed captions through an end-to-end pure software workflow. 

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The Streaming Show Podcast: Let’s Talk Encoders!

September 29, 2016 by Wowza Media Systems

Listen to this lively episode of The Streaming Show podcast, where we talk about encoders every which way with Wowza Quality Assurance Director Adam McDonald.

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The Great Streaming Debate of 2016

September 26, 2016 by Chris Michaels

We examine the potential for streaming success or a technical gaffe with the 2016 presidential debate live streaming. 

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Wowza Nominated as APEX Tech Company of the Year

September 26, 2016 by Wowza Media Systems

It’s with great pleasure that we announce Wowza has been nominated as Company of the Year at this year’s APEX Awards. The awards recognize Colorado’s technology excellence, highlighting remarkable leaders and innovators. The 16th Annual APEX awards ceremony will be held November 9, 2016, in Denver.

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Introducing The Streaming Show Podcast: Listen to Our First Episode

September 20, 2016 by Wowza Media Systems

The Streaming Show is a podcast for anyone interested in the world of video streaming. We take commonly discussed terms, topics, and trends, and boil them down to easily understandable, and often humorous, conversations. In our inaugural episode, we're covering CDNs: how they work, why their locations are important, and more.

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The Next Best Thing Since Peanut Butter and Jelly: The MediaDS Streaming Appliance

September 19, 2016 by Evan Paul

My son is allergic to peanuts. I, on the other hand, can’t fathom a world without peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Although he'll likely never eat that perfect sandwich himself, I have hope that he’ll understand the perfection of the PB&J combination. He'll have a great example in the MediaDS streaming appliance from Wowza and NewTek. It simplifies the workflow for enterprises and educational institutions looking to produce high-quality live video and distribute seamlessly to any device.

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Twitter in a Rebuilding Year: Streaming Content Is Now the QB

September 15, 2016 by Chris Michaels

Football season is underway and we're just a few short hours from finding out if Twitter’s recent licensing deals to stream the NFL on Thursday nights will pay off. Twitter reportedly invested $10 million to get the streaming rights and make the game visible to its 800 million users—not to mention other deals with the NHL, Cheddar, MLB, MLS, Wimbledon, and several collegiate athletic conferences. Some have viewed the shift by Twitter as a signal that it’s flailing—grabbing at straws to find whatever advertising revenue it can to stay afloat, similar to what happened to Myspace many years ago. But I’m not so certain.

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