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Teaching Students How to Live Stream

Posted by Julia Sherwin on Jul 3, 2019 12:39:48 PM

At the International Society for Technology in Education conference in Philadelphia recently, we had the chance to speak with Paul Richards about the tools schools can use to add live streaming to their day. Richards is the author of the "Accelerated Broadcast Club Curriculum: Accelerated Student Learning in Broadcast & Live Streaming." 

 

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Richards explained that today teachers at schools throughout the country are looking to create broadcast clubs and curriculum, where their students can learn how to live stream. Many students are interested in a future career in radio or television broadcasting, or even an up-and-coming field such as Esports. Every day school events, including morning announcements and sports, can be live streamed by students to Facebook or YouTube.  Students can get both on-camera and practical hands-on technology experience from these activities. Feel free to share this with a teacher you know who may want to download this book for their students.

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Topics: Broadcasting, YouTube Live, Live Streaming, Live Broadcasting, facebook live, youtube, cameras, education, sports, schools

Catching up with Catchbox at ISTE 2019

Posted by Julia Sherwin on Jul 2, 2019 1:30:00 PM

At the International Society for Technology in Education's 2019 conference in Philadelphia, Conference Room Systems had a chance to speak with Karliss from Catchbox. Catchbox is known as the world's first, wireless throwable microphone. This lightweight microphone is designed to promote audience engagement in a fun way, allowing a speaker to toss the microphone to others in the room. The key concept of the Catchbox is to get conversations started, and Karliss says this is a great way to get any Q & A session going.

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Topics: wireless microphones, education, catchbox, trade show, blog

Live Streaming with Calvary Chapel

Posted by Emily Richards on Apr 3, 2019 2:16:33 PM

We sat down with Timothy of Calvary Chapel Church to learn why he switched from a cheap prosumer camcorder to a PTZOptics Streaming kit and how he has seen his church grow since.

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Topics: Live Streaming

NDI and Video Production with Soto Studios

Posted by Emily Richards on Feb 6, 2019 1:15:28 PM

Curious about NDI for video production or live streaming? Gary San Angel is switching his entire studio over to NDI so we interviewed him to find out why and to learn more about the technology. Gary runs Soto Studio at USC Keck School of Medicine. His studio offers a fee for service green screen studio that is customizable to professors needs for distance education and face to face courses to be recorded or live streamed. The studio is also open to the public for reasonable prices.

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Topics: NewTek NDI

Helping Your Church Live Stream: New Book by Paul Richards

Posted by Emily Richards on Jan 29, 2019 1:26:12 PM

We interviewed Paul Richards, the author of a new book called "Helping Your Church Live Stream." This book is a guide book about how to spread the message of God with live streaming. The guide covers church video production, digital donations, streaming video on social media, and more.

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Topics: Live Streaming, Church

Podcasting: 7 Easy Steps to Get up and Running

Posted by Emily Richards on Jan 28, 2019 2:57:06 PM

 

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Topics: Podcast

Pure Energy Light and Sounds Tells us About Live Streaming Events

Posted by Emily Richards on Jan 22, 2019 12:18:51 PM

For this weeks episode of ConferenceCast, we interviewed Scott Pienta of Pure Energy Light and Sound based out of Michigan. They produce weddings, proms, parties, concerts, and much more. And we wanted to learn more about their live streaming options for these events and how they do it.

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Topics: Live Streaming

StreamGeeks Gives us Their Live Streaming Predictions for 2019

Posted by Emily Richards on Jan 15, 2019 11:56:05 AM

We interviewed Tess Protesto the co-host of Stream Geeks. Stream Geeks is a live show for the live streaming industry. They provide information on broadcasting technology, techniques, interview industry professionals, and more. They are our go-to resource for all things related to live video production and we wanted to hear their industry predictions for 2019.

Here are the Basics:

  1. The Real Beginning of 4K Video Production
  2. Continuation of Gamification in Live Video
  3. Growth of Virtual Ticket Sales
  4. More QVC Style Shopping via Live Stream

 

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Topics: Live Streaming

A Year in Review: Our Top 10 Articles from 2018

Posted by Emily Richards on Jan 10, 2019 9:10:00 AM

We wanted to take a look back at 2018 and share with you some of our favorite content! Here are our top 10 articles from last year, let us know what you think!


Overview:

  1. Live Streaming Student Announcements With Union School District >>
  2. Interview with Matthew Davis of HuddleCamHD - Conferencing Hardware >>
  3. Huddle Room Hero's - Top Tech For Small Spaces >>
  4. Live Streaming City Council Meetings - How Easton, PA Does it >>
  5. Telepresence Robots - University of Austin Explains RoboAPRN>>
  6. Keys Vineyard Church - Live Streaming Case Study >>
  7. Interview with Founder and CTO of Mersive Technologies >>
  8. Distance Learning and Lecture Capture with Indiana University of PA >>
  9. Inside Look into PTZOptics Live Streaming Camera Manufacturers >>
  10. Live Streaming Trade Shows and Other Live Events, Why + How >>

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Topics: blog

Telepresence Robots: University of Texas Talks About RoboAPRN

Posted by Emily Richards on Jan 8, 2019 6:57:00 AM

Valerie, Donna, Scott work at the University of Texas at Austin School of nursing’s simulation center. This facility is known for its cutting-edge technology including Robo APRN or Robo-Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. This robot was employed to help train students for telemedicine use in the workforce. We wanted to learn more about the need for telepresence and how using RoboAPRN is helping our future healthcare workers.


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Topics: telemedicine

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