The Streaming Media West Readers choice awards the only awards ceremony in the online video industry where the customers have their say in what online video products and services they could not live without.
This year’s awards brought in 250 nominations and opened the voting to StreamingMedia.com readers to select their favorites. Over 3,500 readers voted and casted in a total of nearly 36,000 votes across 29 categories, ranging from Streaming Media to Streaming Media Producers. Finalists were announced in mid-October, the winners were announced at the Streaming Media West show in Huntington Beach, California
Ustream is the winner of 3 Streaming Media Readers’ Choice Awards!
- Streaming Platform (3rd year in a row!)
- Advertising Solution (2nd year in a row!) – Ustream LiveAd
- Enterprise Video Platform – Ustream Align
To try out our award-winning solutions, visit Ustream.tv
Space lovers, mark your calendars for Sunday, September 27.
On that night, skywatchers in most areas of the world will enjoy a special treat: the first “supermoon” eclipse since 1982 — and the last we’ll see until 2033.
NASA will bring you live coverage of the event through its Ustream channel beginning at 8 pm EDT.
What makes this eclipse “super” is that it’s occurring at the stage in the moon’s orbit where it’s closest to Earth, called the perigee. If you’ve ever looked into the night sky and noticed the moon appearing much larger and brighter than usual, you were probably seeing the moon at perigee, also called a “supermoon.”
In a lunar eclipse, the sun, the moon, and the Earth align so that the moon passes into the earth’s shadow. While these eclipses aren’t particularly uncommon, it’s quite rare for a total lunar eclipse to coincide with a supermoon — only five have occurred since 1900.
The eclipse will be visible in North and South America, Europe, Africa, Western Asia, the Eastern Pacific Ocean region and here on the Ustream channel. The moon will begin dimming slightly at 8:11 pm; the total eclipse will start at 10:11 pm and will peak at around 10:47 pm (all times EDT).
Remember, you can catch all the action live on nasa.gov or on NASA’s channel on Ustream.tv.
Voting is now open for the 2015 Streaming Media Readers’ Choice Awards. For five years running, Ustream has been selected as Streaming Media Magazine Readers’ Choice Award winner.
This year we are excited to announce that Ustream has been nominated in five categories:
- Cloud Encoding/Transcoding Service
- Enterprise Video Platform
- Live Video Platform
- Video Advertising Solution
- Webcasting/Presentation Solution (Cloud)
You can cast your vote here between now and October 1 – it only takes a second. Streaming Media will announce the finalists — the top three vote-getters in each category — on October 15, and winners will be announced at Streaming Media West in Huntington Beach, California on November 18.
Thank you in advance — we appreciate your support! And, don’t forget to click on the heart at the bottom of this blog post to encourage others to vote!