SVG’s Brandon Costa caught up with Chris Knowlton, the company’s VP and Streaming Industry Evangelist at the 2016 NAB Show to discuss the latest, including Wowza’s new GoCoder – which allows users to go live with a tap of the screen on a mobile device using Wowza Streaming Engine or Wowza Streaming Cloud – and new developments in Facebook Live and VR/360-degree video.
News & Press
Industry Experts Chris Knowlton and Ryan Jespersen to Discuss 4K, Virtual Reality and 360-Degree Video at Streaming Media East and IABM Marketing Intelligence Summit 2016 GOLDEN, CO - Wowza Media Systems™, the leading software and cloud-b...Read More
91.3 FM WYEP, an independent AAA format radio station based in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, needed to consider updating our streaming methods. This article details the new audio streaming workflow that WYEP enabled for audio streaming.
Wowza Media Systems and Ramp today announced a partnership to integrate their streaming solutions in an end-to-end platform that enables distribution of HTML5 content on corporate networks.
The product integration, announced at this week’s National Association of Broadcasters conference being held in Las Vegas, brings together Wowza’s streaming engine used to ingest and transcode video content with Ramp’s AltitudeCDN product line, which enables more efficient distribution of streaming video on corporate networks.
Fave Raves: 29 tech pros share their favorite IT products. Justin Anderson from G9MD raves about Wowza Streaming Engine.
Opportunities to stream video and audio content are on the rise, from TV Everywhere and live linear TV to over-the-top (OTT) content and subscription video-on-demand (SVOD). As such, organizations are challenged to deliver video streaming technology across devices and channels.
Video is permeating society, and churches worldwide need to be sure they leverage it while staying within budget. In a recent survey from AT&T, 41 percent of respondents said they use mobile devices to connect to faith-based organizations or inspiration sites. With this shift in congregation viewership, churches everywhere are working toward quickly and easily live-streaming sermons, services, conferences, and other events to remote worshipers on various devices.
Live streaming helps churches expand the reach of their message to new audiences and deeply engage with their congregations, but managing costs and ensuring that live-streaming technologies are written into the budget is crucial to success.
The music festival in Indio, California, kicks off its 17th year on Friday, and while its tried and true features will still be there — the Ferris wheel, the enormous art installations and moreflower headbands than you ever asked for — there will also be a ton of shiny new toys meant to prove, like the Tupac hologram did in 2012, that the festival is still ahead of the tech game. Sony Music Entertainment and Wowza teamed up for a similar experience at last year's Lollapalooza Berlin, with a 360-degree virtual-reality live stream.
Golden, Colo. — April 14, 2016 — Wowza Media Systems™, the leading software and cloud-based services provider that continuously simplifies the complexities of high-quality video and audio streaming for organizations worldwide, today...Read More
Stamford, CT and Golden, CO, April 14, 2016 – HARMAN, the premier connected technologies company for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, announced today that it has been selected as a key integrator for Wowza Media Systems’&trade...Read More