Streaming music service Turntable.fm just announced a new platform — Turntable Live — that livestreams concerts to its listeners.
AT&T has updated its Uverse television service application for iPhone with a new feature that allows you to watch live streaming TV channels directly from the device, the company announced today.
I happen to spell golf f-l-o-g, but I understand that some people like this game of maneuvering small white balls into small white cups. Even more than beer pong, apparently.
For the first time in two years, Apple will stream one of its events online.
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).
The iTunes Festival is an annual music event that Apple holds over 30 days. This year’s event features musical performances by the likes of Usher, Deadmau5, Jack White, Muse, Alicia Keys, and more. Usually, the company raffles off tickets to each night of the shows, but this year it’s doing considerably more.
Ustream has promoted co-founder and president Brad Hunstable to CEO of the popular live-streaming video service.
Hey, sports fans: Can’t catch the big game on the boob tube? No problem. Now you can turn to Slacker Radio for a live audio broadcast.
For the first time ever, NBC and the National Football League have agreed to live stream the Super Bowl online and on mobile phones in February, the two organizations announced today.
You’re about to witness a sharp increase in the number of advertisements and marketing campaigns that use live, interactive broadcast platforms.
After a rocky start, YouTube today officially launched its live streaming service, along with the support of popular shows from the web video network Revision3, including The Totally Rad Show, Dan 3.0, and Destructoid.
140Fire, which slaps interactive advertisements like polls on streaming video, announced that it is launching today at the Launch Conference in San Francisco.
After a successful experiment with broadcasting cricket’s Indian Premier League last year, Google-owned YouTube wants to stream more sports events online.
LiveU, which develops ways to transmit live video streams over wireless networks, announced today that it has raised $11 million in its third round of funding led by Pitango Venture Capital.
DaCast is announcing today its self-serve live video streaming service after about three years of development.
David Aufhauser, the chief business officer of live video streaming site Justin.tv, has left the streaming site now that it has decided to shift its focus to a consumer-driven “YouTube model” for live streaming.
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The Internet is continuing its march into TV’s backyard, this time taking charge at live TV broadcasting as use of live streaming sites exploded in 2010, according to data from comScore.
Forget the TV crew. Broadcast journalists may turn to their Android devices and iPhones to file reports on the spot.