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If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is a live video worth?
Ironically, the technologies used to deliver the content, most often produced by attractive, recognizable equipment, are critical, and can’t be assumed or overlooked as part of the overall solution.
Wowza Media Systems™, the market leader in reliable streaming infrastructure that enables applications to deliver to any device, anywhere, at any scale, for any purpose, today announced a full range of professional services for organizations who recognize the importance of enhancing their products and engaging their customers with streaming.
Blueforce Development is actually the second company to try the concept out in recent years, but its app plugin would allow users to integrate with facial and object recognition software for the video they stream.
Wowza Media Systems™, the market leader in providing reliable streaming infrastructure that enables applications to deliver to any device, anywhere, at any scale, for any purpose, today announced the company’s CEO, David Stubenvoll, has been named a finalist in Ernst & Young’s (EY) Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2019 Award in the Mountain Desert region comprised of three states: Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico.
InfoComm 2019: Wowza Media Systems Features the Wowza Clearcaster Video Encoder.
With more viewers ditching traditional satellite and cable services each year, the race for speedier live-stream delivery is in full force. Low-latency CMAF is an emerging standard that could very well lead the pack, but what are the pros and cons? The standard’s real-world appeal and long-term benefits are still playing out. Join our discussion and learn where the industry is heading, the overall adoption, ideal use cases, and what can be expected of CMAF next.
Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) has special live-streaming challenges that other sports organizations don’t have to deal with. For one thing, its competitors aren’t all on one field. Instead, they’re scattered across large lakes, often miles apart, and nowhere near a Wi-Fi network.
Media firm Wowza is showcasing its live-streaming solutions at NAB, including its Streaming Cloud service and Microsoft Azure artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) capabilities.