News Updates
November 10, 2015:
Google Hangouts Gets Higher Quality Video


  • LA shock jock Tom Leykis finally returns after a long hiatus, but this time the popular host cannot be found on the radio dial: Like so many other forward thinking broadcasters, he's now streaming live on the Internet.

  • We have an amazing new digital cinema camera, a completely reworked DaVinci Resolve, two new Teranex standards converters, a new HyperDeck Studio model with 4K, new battery converters and software updates to add powerful new features to ATEM and HyperDeck Studio!

  • New features include One-Touch-Live for immediate operation in the field with automatic adjustment of video resolutions and Multi-Point Distribution of live content



  • The LiveGear AirStream provides the power of an ENG news van in a compact and easy to use unit which can be carried by hand, in a shoulder bag or backpack.  Connect your camera to AirStream, and with the push of a button you're "on the air"; mobile Internet Newsgathering (iNG) has never been easier.

  • The next-generation product family, which includes TriCaster 8000, TriCaster 855 and TriCaster 455--enables professionals to meet rapidly evolving consumer demand for high-quality, live programming, by delivering live video content to multiple viewing platforms with greater speed and flexibility than any other live production systems on the market.

  • TWIT.TV announced that the podcast gaming show Game On aired its final episode on April 8th.  Game On was a podcast about assorted gaming topics and although it showed a strong audience, averaging about 27,000 an episode, it did not achieve the needed 50,000 viewers that would ensure a profitable addition to’s broadcast lineup.

  • YouTube has just made itself more indispensible to both private and commercial media users by monetizing its live streaming with pay-per-view services. Having experimented successfully with live streaming technology for the last year, including airing UFC fights, YouTube is now making this service available for interested distributors, making it part of YouTube Live.

  • today unveiled a new program that allows the site's registered users to purchase overlay advertising space at below-market rates. For only $1 CPM registered users of can now run overlay ads on live shows throughout the site.


  • Cloud content is the next evolution of digital media, and Brightcove Inc. announced that it will be providing live and on-demand cloud content streaming from the National Association of Broadcasters 2012 Show in Las Vegas, April 14 to the 19th.

  • Comics who have made the leap into cyber space are podcasting their way to the bank.
    Last  December US comedian Louis CK took a bold gamble. Sidestepping the usual logic of TV and DVD distribution, he posted a full-length comedy special on his website for fans to download at $5 a pop. In 10 days he scored more than $1 million in sales.

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