World Wrestling Entertainment, founded 1952, recently unveiled the WWE Network, a streaming online subscription channel, providing an over-the-top 24/7 channel, including all WWE pay-per-view events. In the context of most premium channels in the USA only available through higher tier cable subscriptions, the approach is pretty unique and potentially disruptive. In an interview with Time, [...]
Are you getting ready to join one of the largest sport events in history, with more than 100 million viewers each year? Fox will offer the event both as traditional broadcast, but also online and mobile with their FOX Sports Go application. Normally this is only for TV subscribers, but for the Superbowl event, it [...]
Are you looking to get the latest news from CES 2014, but couldn’t make it out to Las Vegas? Thanks to broad live coverage, there are numerous streams available to give you some personal insight into the latest consumer electronics innovations and products.
As the years before, I am going to live stream the New Year’s Eve event from our Times Square office. Enjoy the energy from the center of the universe. The stream is going to go live in the evening of the 30th, showing all the preparation and the event with a premium view. If you [...]
Curious how a solution like Adobe Primetime works with high-end broadcast encoders such as Elemental? Sam Blackman, CEO and co-founder of Elemental Technologies, is providing some insight.
An interesting technical Streaming Media East session on simulating a live stream by using on-demand video files, in this case the VEVO TV live video channel. It is based on the concept of creating a virtual stream with Adobe Media Server, which can also be used to extract highlight clips. VEVO’s live stream setup involves [...]
Interested in some classical music on a Friday? Tune into the free live broadcast of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (thanks to @benforta for the tip). Symphony No. 4 in F minor, was written between 1877 and 1878 and was first performed in Moscow on February 22, 1878, with Nikolai Rubinstein as conductor. [via dso.org]
Properly the topic of this year. Is Google Glass the new way to to interact with the world, or is solely an overpriced tech toy for the tech elite. Robert Scoble is sharing his thoughts in this live stream. Christian Cantrell’s review of Google Glass.