Here are six of the unsung heroes of cloud-based video that are making a name in the world of online media.
Editor’s Pick Unlike the last election cycle, the 2012 presidential debates will be available online. You might want to turn off your TV to watch these ones — or at the very least, keep your smartphone or tablet handy.
Today the company announced that it’s offering free live video broadcasting access via Livestream.com and a new iPhone app, Livestream for Producers, without any ads cluttering the experience. That means no banner ads, no preroll ads, and no mid-roll ads (which always feel particularly egregious in live broadcasts).
WIth its new Broadcast for Friends app, Ustream may just make personal video broadcasting as common as tweeting.
Ustream has promoted co-founder and president Brad Hunstable to CEO of the popular live-streaming video service.
The Emmys are tonight on Fox (8ET/ 5PT). Jane Lynch of Fox’s Glee and, more importantly, mocumentary Best in Show, is hosting. Unfortunately you can’t legally watch the awards ceremony live online. LAME.
You’re about to witness a sharp increase in the number of advertisements and marketing campaigns that use live, interactive broadcast platforms.