Monthly Archives: December 2013

The 10 Commandments For a Successful Live Stream Event

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Houses of worship are embracing the use of streaming video, as ministries are successfully increasing their community’s outreach to a worldwide audience. In case you missed today’s LIVE webinar, here is a recap of best tips and practices from our very Alden Fertig, and special guest Dan Houze, Media Ministry Coordinator at St. Monica’s Church.

By following these commandments faithfully, any broadcaster can stream an event of Biblical proportions! Here are some helpful tips and tricks to get you on track to a righteous stream.

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Learn How Live Video Can Help You Climb the Corporate Ladder

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Over the past 12 months, we’ve seen incredible growth within the enterprise sector, and as you may have seen in a previous post, Determining the State of LIVE, we’ve partnered with Wainhouse Research to better understand this growing phenomenon.

Live video is here and it’s here to stay; there’s no looking back. Our constantly connected society craves transparency and instant-gratification, and nothing can achieve this better than the live experience. Our early existence was largely consumer-driven, and while we continue to help bring transparency into societies through the power of live video (check out recent activity in Ukraine), we’re also here to help businesses harness this very same notion.  Continue reading

Ustreamed History: The World Mourns Nelson Mandela

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“Death is something inevitable. When a man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace. I believe I have made that effort and that is, therefore, why I will sleep for the eternity.” Nelson Mandela, 1994

 

The world has lost another extraordinary man. Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first black president, who was an icon of peace, freedom and reconciliation, passed away yesterday at age 95. He died after long-lasting lung illness at his Johannesburg home surrounded by his family.

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NBS broadcasts a previously recorded interview with Madiba

As soon as the news of Madiba’s death spread across South Africa, people gathered outside his Johannesburg house, as well as in front of his former home in Soweto, singing and dancing to mourn his death and remember his exceptional life. Continue reading

Lights, Camera, USTREAM! Your Gif Guide to Looking Your Best Live

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Lights, camera, USTREAM! As the term ‘social video’ permeates the technology trending space, consumers and brands alike are looking for innovative ways to benefit from live broadcasting. And when it comes to being in front of a camera, you must always have your best foot forward. So my ‘gif’ to you this holiday season, dear Ustreamers, is a blog stuffed with amusing animations on how to look lovely while live streaming. 

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The Revolution Continues – Protests in Ukraine: A Week in Review

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As Ukraine is rocked by the largest protests in history since Orange Revolution, take a look through the eyes of a Ustream broadcaster as they record their nation’s history in live time. Here is a recap in video and pictures of the intense pro-EU demonstrations happening as we speak; as protesters march through Kiev in protest of President Viktor Yanukovich’s refusal to sign an EU trade deal.

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Protesters, Police Clash in Ukraine Amid Massive Pro-EU Demonstration

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