For those who are new to Ustream.TV, you might be surprised that Sen. Barack Obama is a Ustreamer, Sen. John McCain is a Ustreamer, and Sen. Hillary Clinton is a Ustreamer (and Bill!). The next President will be a Ustream guaranteed! We’ve even had Chuck Norris on campaign for Gov. Mike Huckabee, both now Ustreamers.
Politics Returns to Ustream Tonight with several Republican candidates streaming live during and after the CNN/Youtube Debate. One noted is Governor Mitt Romney who is picking up steam in the Republican polls. Also tonight, Congressman Dennis Kucinich will stream his Town Hall On The Constitution starting at 8pm EST. We continue to believe strongly the
Over the past year, Ustream has been witness to numerous high profile political figures from Hillary Clinton to the Former President of Ireland. We recently witnessed Mike Gravel’s Anti-Debate on Ustream after he was not allowed to participate in the national event on MSNBC. As impressive as the national events are, I’m most intrigued by
Tonight, presidential candidates John Edwards and Chris Dodd made history by Ustreaming live video Q&A sessions after the Democratic debate on CNN and reached thousands of viewers. Until now, candidates and politicians have used the Internet to get messages out and raise money. Ustream gives them a way to engage voters in a real conversation.
For most people, September 15th was a day much like any other. But for Internet-based content providers — including Ustream — it was an important milestone in a story that will shape the future of the Internet. On September 15, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) officially closed the public comment period on its latest proposal
We’re all about politics on Nov. 6. All day on Election Day, the world will tune into Ustream for the most comprehensive coverage online — or anywhere for that matter. Throughout the year, we’ve seen live news events like the Mars Rover landing and the presidential debates score big on Ustream. Election Day is shaping
Hey political party animals: We’re having a debate night contest and you’re invited! On Oct. 3, President Barack Obama and prez hopeful Mitt Romney square off for the first of three presidential debates at Denver University starting at 9 p.m. In celebration of the democratic process, we’re throwing the world’s largest watch party, complete with
Editor-in-Chief of Huffington Post Arianna Huffington and CEO of Ustream to Cheers Partnership with a Live-Broadcast Press Announcement Exclusively on Ustream at 3:30 p.m. EST SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.– June 27, 2012–Ustream Inc., the leader in live, interactive, streaming video, today announced an exclusive agreement with Huffington Post that grants the media outlet access to live-streaming
——– Tuesday, 9/6 ——— Floyd Mayweather Media Workout 2:45pm PT/5:45pm ET Floyd “Money” Mayweather is inviting Ustream viewers to take a peek inside his Las Vegas gym to see his media workout live! Catch all the action as the six-time world champion trains for his upcoming fight with Victor Ortiz. [clear here] Acuvue Chat with
Election 2010 Tuesday, 11/2 Ustream has you covered on Election Night, from up-to-the-minute coverage by the political experts at PBS NewsHour to live coverage with CBS News anchor Katie Couric. If you’re interested in local politics, you might want to check out Ventura County’s election coverage here, or ASU TV’s coverage (from a student perspective)