Special Pricing for 2020! RESERVE NOW! SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICE! RESERVE NOW! Regular $1295 – RESERVE NOW for *JUST $995! (Live Streaming to YouTube or Facebook where available at extra cost) *LOCAL price – Travel charges may apply outside the local area *Must Reserve BEFORE November … Continue readingGraduation Video (2020)
From corporate training to online courses to YouTube, video is a powerful educational tool, with many advantages for instructors. With the huge success of YouTube, educators are excited about the potential of video for expanding training and education, particularly in the context of distance classrooms … Continue readingExpanding Education and Training to the Digital Classroom
Tim Trott joins Epiphan for the live webcast from Infocomm 2019 in Orlando in June 2019:
Lynda writes: “My daughter likes to stream using her phone and/or her laptop. The phone camera isn’t half bad, but the laptop is so slow that when she uses the camera on it, she gets bad motion blur. ” That’s not “motion blur”, that’s low … Continue readingProblem with “bad motion blur” on a live webcast….
We were honored to participate in one of the weekly webcasts by Epiphan, talking about our history in broadcasting contrasted with current technology, and the changes we’ve seen along the way. At the invitation of Cameron, I was interviewed via Skype. My thanks to the … Continue readingTim Trott on Epiphan Live Webcast
Today, many local government organizations are making their broadcasts available to the public on the internet. City council meetings, city boards, and a multitude of commissions from parks and recreation to nuisance abatement are live streaming their sessions online. Only a decade ago, government broadcasting … Continue readingLive Streaming Government Meetings
Did you know? Live streaming an event can lead to an increase in physical attendance. According to a case study on virtual attendees by Meetings Today, organizations that live-stream their events experience approximately 23% conversion rate of remote attendees who become physical attendees the next … Continue readingLive Streaming and Event Attendance
The video industry is exploding and thousands of businesses are getting involved or mobilizing to do so. By 2021, the live streaming industry could reach $70.05 billion. Video is a massive and growing market. Traditional broadcasting companies, like TV and cable networks, were initially slow … Continue reading$70 Billion by 2021?
Video marketing statistics reveal that 5 Billion videos are viewed on YouTube every day. One third of everyone on the Internet is a YouTube user. What part is played by video on social platforms? Who uses video online? Who watches those videos? What are the … Continue readingWho is Watching Online Video?
by Kathryn Jones (Source: NewTek.comNewTek.com) The problem: Audiences for live theater are in the midst of a ten year decline. How do we attract a new generation of supporters? I am a theater lover. I have been an actor all my adult life. I went … Continue readingCan Multi-Camera Live Streaming Save the Live Theater Industry?