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Despite NHL Pause, New Jersey Devils Go Above and Beyond With Live Draft Lottery Coverage, NHL 20 Streams
When the NHL truncated its regular season in mid March as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, not much was expected from the New Jersey Devils. The team sat in last place in the Metropolitan Division with only a handful of games left on the schedule. It would have been particularly easy to roll over, write off the year, and move on to offseason planning. But that’s not how this franchise’s internal video-production and content teams roll.
In this report by Wowza Media Systems, the company illuminates the myriad of challenges that organizations face when integrating video streaming into their business strategy.
As COVID-19 continues its global spread, authorities are restricting large gatherings of people and enforcing stay at home protocols. This crisis is forcing us to adapt to a “new normal,” and technology is taking center stage to help us through the transition. Among the advances easing this burden are live streaming technologies. The rapid adoption of live streaming continues to grow with the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, as a large number of companies are using this technology to improve their day-to-day operations.
The possibilities of live streaming go beyond connecting people and enabling musicians to go live from their living rooms. These technologies are also being deployed to power unique applications like emergency communications, health care patient monitoring and coronavirus case tracking in an effort to flatten the curve.
SVG SportsTech On Demand: Wowza Media Systems’ Tim Dougherty on the Spike in Streaming Solutions During the Pandemic
Wowza Media Systems has been busier than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic, supporting clients in the delivery of virtual events and top-end stream experiences. Dougherty joins us to share what solutions have seen a huge spike in usage and what new technology the company is rolling out.
With social distancing mandates aimed at reducing the spread of the virus and an increased number of people around the globe staying at home, global streaming viewing skyrocketed nearly 21% during the first three weeks of March, and the U.S. saw a 26.6% rise in streaming viewing hours.
Wowza’s live streaming resource library offers materials, resources and information focused on how organizations and individuals can successfully adapt to changing needs.
Sports, Media & Entertainment, news, live event operators and some other channels have been accessible over wider area networks for some time. But now, healthcare, business continuity, public safety and mental health are aspects of life and work that people are starting to feel depend on video streaming.
Wowza Media Systems Wins the 2019 Google Cloud Technology Partner of the Year Award for the Media Industry
Wowza Media Systems™, the market leader in reliable streaming infrastructure that enables any-device delivery across the globe, announced that it has received the 2019 Google Cloud Technology Partner of the Year for the Media Industry.
The combination of Wowza and Google Cloud provides organizations with a highly elastic and scalable way to deploy high-quality video and audio streams to any device, anywhere.
The team at BuiltinColorado spoke with five local tech execs, including Dave Stubenvoll of Wowza, to learn more about how they’re bringing a sense of stability to their teams and providing guidance in a landscape that’s constantly shifting and filled with uncertainty.
The hosts of LiveX’s Ready Take Live recently spoke with Barry Owen, VP Solutions Engineering at Wowza Media Systems. Barry gave them the lowdown on all the latest going on with Wowza and his thoughts on all the latest streaming trends for 2020.
Wowza Media Systems, the market leader in reliable streaming infrastructure that enables any-device delivery across the globe, announced the integration of Wowza’s video streaming solutions with Fastly’s edge cloud platform.
With the internet of things (IoT) poised to permeate every aspect of our lives, Child Health Imprints created a streaming-enabled platform aimed at reducing mortality in preterm infants. The iNICU system aggregates health and video data for doctors working to save babies’ lives.