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Streaming City Council Meetings: Interview with Easton, PA

Posted by Emily Richards on Dec 11, 2018 7:22:00 AM

Frank Caruso is The City of Easton’s IT manager ( For those of you are not familiar with Easton, it is a city in PA north of Philadelphia) and Frank is heading up the project of bringing live streaming to city council meetings. Frank previously worked for the borough of Kutztown who have been recording and broadcasting their meetings on their local television station for the past 10 years, so he is no stranger to the process. Easton is set to start streaming meetings January 9th so we wanted to chat with Frank and see why they decided to start and what their plan is.

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Topics: Live Broadcasting, Live Streaming

Interview: Keys Vineyard Church Live Streaming Case Study

Posted by Emily Richards on Sep 13, 2018 8:38:00 AM

We had the opportunity to interview Doug Lawes from Keys Vineyard Community Church (Check out Their Website Here) about their live streaming system. They have been streaming their church services since 2009, and have watched as their following has grown as well as their streaming quality. After checking out a few of their videos, I'm not surprised at all that people like to tune in even when they can't make it to church as Doug puts on incredible concerts with different camera angles, great lighting, and a fun upbeat feel.

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Topics: House of Worship, Church, Live Broadcasting, Live Streaming

Broadcasting from the Boardroom - The latest trend in ProAV

Posted by Paul Richards on Jun 19, 2017 11:36:05 AM

Hello Pro AV & Broadcast Professionals!

Just getting back from InfoComm 2017, and a major trend appeared. Videos are being made inside traditional meetings spaces more than ever before. Not only are more rooms “video enabled” as we say in the industry, but every video conference, live streaming and webinar software includes a big red “record” button nested prominently inside the interface. That big red button is getting used more than ever, contributing to the staggering 300 hours of video being uploaded to YouTube every minute!

 We have all sat through a recorded webinar right? They are getting better, but the majority of recorded webinars are sub-par in comparison to polished videos viewers are becoming more and more accustomed to. I would guess the last recorded webinar you watched is something your co-workers would call “death by powerpoint”. It’s not uncommon to come across recordings on YouTube with poor audio and video quality BUT when you do come across a video that was helpful and well prepared… that’s when users start to click the “subscribe” button. This is where social network sharing and communities discussions can start to uplift your video content and take your content further.

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Topics: AV, Live Streaming, Video Production, USB video conferencing, Broadcasting, Live Broadcasting

Live streaming tips from 7 top industry experts!

Posted by Paul Richards on Jan 31, 2017 7:35:30 PM

**Originally posted on LinkedIN here...

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Topics: Live Streaming, vmix, Wirecast, Live Broadcasting

Facebook Introduces Hot New Live Streaming App [Video]

Posted by Tess Protesto on Jan 5, 2017 11:30:00 AM

 

Facebook started off the new year by introducing a new application that's going to change the game for live streaming. Hosting more than 1.8 Billion users, Facebook is constantly producing clever ways to increase ease of user interface. Facebook has certainly jumped on board with the rise of live streaming. The new Facebook Live Streaming App has made the process handy for people at any level of experience. Users are now able to connect directly to a streaming device like the PTZOptics HD Live Streaming Cameras. This is opposed to the prior need to go through the RTSP streaming process. This new feature now makes live streaming easier than ever. Here's what you need to know:

1. App is now accessible from your desktop computer

2. Users have ability to create mini streaming studios with USB based video products 

3. The simplicity of the app is going to attract A LOT more Facebook Live users, and therefore viewers

Now that we have informed you about this new and exciting app, here's the catch. Facebook is still distributing the app to all accounts, so not everyone has it yet. We were lucky enough to have one account that has been updated. Attached to this blog is a short video tutorial introducing the app and showing off some of its features. Some of the key features include ability to switch microphones and cameras, live chat with your viewers, and a simple icon listed alongside the status and photo update links. Here's some visuals for you:

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Topics: facebook live, Live Streaming, Live Broadcasting

Learn how live broadcast like QVC with YouTube's new Live Streaming platform!

Posted by Paul Richards on Sep 23, 2016 10:22:47 AM

Ever wonder how the major television networks such as QVC and HSN create their infomercials? They have taken the ability to sell over video and turned it into an art. Here at PTZOptics we decided to break down the magic and create a free download kit for our customers to learn exactly how they can use the formula with their own products and services.

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Topics: Broadcasting, YouTube Live, Live Streaming, Live Broadcasting

[Tutorial] How to live stream a musical performance

Posted by Paul Richards on Jun 29, 2016 1:30:54 PM

Hello AV & IT Professioansl!

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Topics: AV, YouTube Live, Live Streaming, Live Broadcasting, Video Production

How 7 Major Brands are using Live Streaming Technology to grow their businesses!

Posted by Paul Richards on May 26, 2016 12:16:33 PM

Hello Pro AV, IT and Technology Managers!

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Topics: Broadcasting, streaming, YouTube Live, Live Streaming, Live Broadcasting

Facebook add live streaming... See why this is good for your business!

Posted by Paul Richards on May 18, 2016 10:09:46 AM

This article was originally posted on Medium.com here

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Topics: Broadcasting, Live Streaming, Live Broadcasting, facebook live

PTZOptics announces new #YoutubeLive streaming technology will be on display at the #InfoComm16 Show

Posted by Paul Richards on May 11, 2016 10:39:36 AM

Las Vegas, NV - PTZOptics announced today they will be demonstrating a new YouTube Live technology allowing user to select between multiple live streaming cameras at the 2016 Infocomm technology show. The new YouTube Live feature allows broadcasters to send multiple RTMP streams to YouTube allowing live viewers multiple selectable camera views during the live stream from anywhere in the world. PTZOptics will be demonstrating their new second generation camera line capable of 1080p 60fps video via outputs such as USB 3.0, HDMI, HD-SDI and h.264/h.265 IP streaming.

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Topics: YouTube Live, Live Streaming, Live Broadcasting

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