April 7, 2015 by
Let’s face it, streaming in any industry needs to be reliable and as close to flawless as possible. This is no different for universities, especially because capturing students’ attention and helping them to retain the information is crucial. Ian Fritzsche, Director of Media Services at Southeastern University, knows this all too well.
April 2, 2015 by
Spring has sprung; this can only mean one thing, NAB is right around the corner! Every year the NAB show brings new product announcements, industry advancements such as 4K, chances for face to face meetings with some of the hottest tech companies, and as many cushy stress reliever balls as you could ever desire.
March 31, 2015 by
Smooth and reliable video streaming is a difficult thing to accomplish. A streaming solution has to take into consideration bandwidth issues, legacy devices, and format compatibility to be successful in streaming to the widest possible audience.
March 31, 2015 by
Streaming live video is a high-stakes endeavor—delivering the smooth experience that viewers around the world expect while containing your costs can be daunting. You’ve probably heard that transcoding is an important part of streaming live video successfully, but do you know why? Let’s look at what transcoding is and how it can make or break your live-streaming plan.
March 20, 2015 by
You, like most folks thinking about streaming media, probably fall into one of two camps—you either already know something about transcoding, or you're wondering why you keep hearing about it. If you aren't sure you need it, bear with me for a few paragraphs. I'll explain what it is (and isn't) and why it might be critical for your success with future streaming, especially if you want to deliver adaptive streams to any device.
March 18, 2015 by
Amen—it’s March! In my view this is by far the most exciting month for college-sports fans. I know some of you may be longing for spring (or if you live in Colorado, longing for more snow), but I am fired up for conference and national tournaments in basketball and hockey. The NCAA® men's basketball tournament was a trailblazer: one of the first big-name sports events to be streamed live back in 2003. Of course, thanks to new technology and the ubiquity of smartphones and other devices, streaming live events has come a long way and is now seeing explosive growth across all sports.
March 11, 2015 by
So you want to live stream to the web? And you want to make it affordable, feature-rich, reliable, secure, and simple to setup and operate?
The answer: IP cameras.
March 5, 2015 by
One of the most powerful activities that companies can do is invest in their employees. When you help your employees grow and evolve as professionals, it will only help your business be more successful. Historically, training sessions have been boring, outdated, and not helped people learn or improve. LearnCore, cloud based learning platform recognized an opportunity to improve training and feedback and set out to change the way that employees practice soft skills that are mission critical for selling, customer service and marketing.
February 27, 2015 by
Students today are armed with many tools to enhance their learning experience. They also frequently have the luxury of being able to attend classes virtually at a university that is located out of commuting distance. As a result, people often think that streaming video and audio in higher education only involves live streaming classes in an e-learning environment. However, there are numerous other ways in which streaming can enhance the learning experience as well as boost the university’s student success rate.
February 25, 2015 by
Gaining an edge on your competition is crucial in any sport, but what if I told you that Wowza customer VolleyMetrics has revolutionized this process? It could save you up to 80 hours a week, freeing up time and resources you can use to get your team ahead. Video streaming sits at the center of this revolution and arms coaches and teams with the tools that they need to be champions.