Upcoming Industry Conferences
Streaming Media West [19-20 November 2019]
Live Streaming Summit [19 November 2019]
Past Conferences
Streaming Media East 2019 [7-8 May 2019]
Live Streaming Summit [7-8 May 2019]
Content Delivery Summit [6 May 2019]
Streaming Forum [26 February 2019]

StreamingMedia Industry Whitepapers
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Sponsored By: Limelight Networks, Inc.

Live over-the-top video delivery is becoming increasingly more popular and competitive. There are more major media companies adding live streaming services to compete in th OTT space. One way for media distributors to differentiate their OTT platform is by providing high-quality video with lower latency. In this whitepaper, you’ll learn about different low latency streaming options that can be used to reduce latency for live OTT delivery. 

Sponsored By: Verizon Media

Learn how to add live sports streaming to your service offering, personalize every stream, and deliver new visual experiences that help you capture and retain global viewers. Streaming service providers and C-level leaders who want to include live sports streaming to stay competitive should read this valuable content today.

Sponsored By: Broadfield Distributing

It’s not just online courses that are making live streaming an increasingly essential element of today's educational landscape. EDU webcasts run the gamut from single-camera to multi-camera, on-campus broadcast studios to fixed setups in sports venues to run-and-gun mobile rigs on the production side, and bonded cellular to satellite trucks and single- and multiple-CDNs when it comes to delivery. For those of us on the production side, capturing and delivering great videos is our primary job. And that means choosing the right gear to make our workflows work. Here's your guide to EDU streaming success.

Sponsored By: Broadfield Distributing

The next stage of evolution in streaming for worship has arrived.

There are dozens of platforms offering live streaming for affordable rates, and churches can stream directly to their core audience in tailored, personalized ways that weren’t possible a decade or two ago. One thing that hasn’t changed throughout all of this progress is the need for high-quality, professional gear to capture and transmit the message.

In this guide, we emphasize gear that will work best for houses of worship in today’s high-tech streaming landscape.

Sponsored By: Broadfield Distributing

There are so many ways in which business can use video. Sales training, internal communications, all-hands meetings, investor and annual reports, and quarterly reviews are all repetitive communications that can be shot once and shared with an unlimited audience around the globe. 

The availability of simple and affordable, quality, professional equipment can enhance your corporate messaging. Let’s take a look
at some of what’s available and see how it can be used to revolutionize your messaging inside the office.

Sponsored By: Broadfield Distributing

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell once described the NFL as “the ultimate reality show.” That holds true for most sports, which is why there is such a high-demand to watch it live. In the past few years, advancements in live production and streaming technology have made it easier for schools, local and amateur leagues, and even esports tournaments to share their events with the same quality and production capabilities as the NFL. In Streaming Media’s Field Guide to Live Sports Production, you'll learn about what successful producers are doing and see some of the affordable equipment they're using to deliver sports streams. Discover what you need for your next sporting event, and how you can get it through Broadfield Distributing’s nationwide network of pro video dealers.