The cloud has made it possible for audiences to find the content they love anywhere, on any device, and as a result many broadcasters are looking to the cloud to help them grow and meet customer needs.
Today, almost anyone can take their phone from their pocket, point the camera to shoot video and instantly stream that content to millions of people across the internet.
Competing in today’s content-flooded digital landscape requires reaching users on their terms, says Wowza Media Systems vice president of solutions engineering Barry Owen.
The impact of Wowza Media Systems joining Haivision to create the SRT Alliance two years ago can’t be understated. Their embrace of SRT as a critical enabler for a range of use cases and workflows exposed the protocol – and the birth of the open source project – to a massive footprint of pioneering video developers and streaming media professionals globally.
Welcome to the 2019 Streaming Media 50, our annual list of the most important, most innovative, and most interesting companies in the online video space.
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.
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.
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.