Broadcasters across industries can now take advantage of new Pro Broadcaster features built on the Ustream Cloud Platform, including Live Playlists, an HD-enabled Web broadcasting console, video on demand upload, new player technology, and live closed captions. Ustream will introduce these new features, interview several customers, and host a media-moderated panel at the annual NAB Show in
during the "Re-inventing 24/7 Broadcast Media with Live Video Streaming
Solutions" Info Session on Tuesday, April 9th.
Ustream's Pro Broadcasting service is the most popular live video streaming service, with over 5000 global customers. Pro Broadcasting now includes linear programming capabilities, which allows broadcasters to easily assemble linear sequences of recorded videos and schedule them to loop 24/7 or broadcast "as live" at specified times on the Ustream channel of their choice.
Viewers experience these scheduled Live Playlists as shared, live video programs in the same way traditional scheduled linear broadcasts on television are transmitted simultaneously to all viewers. The level of engagement can immediately be amplified utilizing Ustream's integrated Social Stream; viewers can chat and ask questions in real-time using Twitter and Facebook, while broadcasters can host and moderate live chats.
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Ustream Live at the NAB Show
-- Ustream CEO, Brad Hunstable, will be hosting an NAB Show Info Session, "Re-inventing 24/7 Broadcast Media with Live Video Streaming Solutions," at South Hall, Room S224 on Tuesday, April 9 at 3:30pm. Attendees can expect a mixed format: -- A short presentation from Brad Hunstable about Ustream's new Pro Broadcasting features and the Ustream Cloud Platform
media personality and former KNTV-TV (NBC 3) anchor, Lisa Kim, will be
reporting live from the NAB Show via Ustream throughout the day on Tuesday,
April 9. She will also be moderating the customer panel during the
"Re-inventing 24/7 Broadcast Media with Live Video Streaming
Solutions," Info Session.
To watch Ustream Live at the NAB Show: http://www.ustream.tv/nab