Live video is quickly coming of age as a way to quickly disseminate information to large, engaged audiences. Enterprise users have been our fastest growing segment, and we recently partnered with Wainhouse Research to gather more insight into this growing movement.
Last week, we released the first report in our ongoing Business Video Now series, entitled “Executive Visions of Video in the Workplace.” After surveying 1000+ executives, we got a baseline view into perceived effectiveness of live video in the workplace. Download the full paper here.
In case you missed it, Brad Hunstable, Ustream CEO and founder, and Steve Vonder Haar, Wainhouse senior analyst, hosted an interactive webinar today to talk about the findings.
Golden Globes Announcement Pt.1
Thanks to live, interactive video, movie and television (not to mention social media) buffs alike experienced uber-talented stars Aziz Azari, Olivia Wilde and Zoe Saldana reveal this year’s big contenders for the 2014 Golden Globes Awards 2014. Center-stage to an audience engaged across a spectrum of social platforms, Hollywood appeased the entertainment gods with their swift delivery in live time, to the delight of Twitter blogger fingertips worldwide. In case your snooze button caused a lack of attendance to the live event, here is a two-part replay of Golden Globe’s nomination reveals.
Want your Ustream channel to match the awesomeness of your broadcast? With these simple steps, you too can have an awesome layout like Monterey Aquarium’s Open Sea Cam.
Over the past 12 months, we’ve seen incredible growth within the enterprise sector, and as you may have seen in a previous post, Determining the State of LIVE, we’ve partnered with Wainhouse Research to better understand this growing phenomenon.
Live video is here and it’s here to stay; there’s no looking back. Our constantly connected society craves transparency and instant-gratification, and nothing can achieve this better than the live experience. Our early existence was largely consumer-driven, and while we continue to help bring transparency into societies through the power of live video (check out recent activity in Ukraine), we’re also here to help businesses harness this very same notion.
Lights, camera, USTREAM! As the term ‘social video’ permeates the technology trending space, consumers and brands alike are looking for innovative ways to benefit from live broadcasting. And when it comes to being in front of a camera, you must always have your best foot forward. So my ‘gif’ to you this holiday season, dear Ustreamers, is a blog stuffed with amusing animations on how to look lovely while live streaming.