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….
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?
(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
“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.