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?
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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?
(Source: Epiphan blogEpiphan blog) Author: Phillip Sandler Educators often use live streams to promote their paid content (such as online classes). During their live streams, they interact with the audience, answer questions, and offer an insight into their much more informative paid lessons, enticing viewers to … Continue readingHow educators make money live streaming
From the Super Bowl to gamers, from church services to government meetings, from trade shows to software support, from political shows to new casts, to regular online “shows” and corporate meetings, Live Webcasting is changing the media world. Live “shows” are popping up everywhere online. … Continue readingWho is using Webcasting and Streaming Media?
Tim Trott Productions was proud to return to Orlando to record five sessions and along with functions at the 10th anniversary of FSANA, February 13-15, 2019 in Orlando. “Whether you are an existing or new flight school, or thinking of starting one, the sessions and … Continue reading2019 Flight School Operators Conference | FSANA www.fsana.com/ Orlando, FL.
“The data is crystal clear: traditional TV is declining and live streaming media is booming. In 2016, young people from ages 12-34 watched a third less television than they did in 2012. And this trend is on the rise. It’s this straightforward math that has many businesses, non-profits, … Continue readingThe “Death” of Traditional Broadcasting.