Six years ago, we started Ustream with the mission to bring live video broadcasting technology to the entire world. Today, we are the world’s most scalable and social platform for live video streaming, enabling millions of content creators to reach global audiences and share experiences in real-time. We were born in the tech capitol of the world — San Francisco — and in celebration of Innovation Month in our big city, we have some exciting news to share!
Thanks to all our Ustreamers across the globe, we’ve recently hit a company milestone: Our platform has powered more than two billion viewer-hours! Consider what two billion hours actually looks like…
This week, Inc. 500 announced its 2013 Inc. 5000 List of the “Fastest Growing Private Companies in America.” We are thrilled to announce that Ustream was ranked #343 overall!
Congratulations to all companies ranked; we are delighted to be in great company. As the Founder & CEO, I want to personally thank our dedicated Ustream employees and our loyal Ustream broadcasters!
We’re excited to announce that Ustream has just been named one of the 50 Most Engaged Workplaces in the United States! This award is especially important to us because it recognizes the fact that Ustream takes the time to engage and connect with its employees. We’re a passionate bunch, and we really appreciate being rewarded for our openness with our leaders and customers. So first and foremost, thanks to each and every one of YOU, our broadcasters, and viewers, for helping us create and build the live platform that gets us excited to come to work every day. We couldn’t do it without you.
Check out the list of prestigious winners right here.
In October of 2008, 6 Shiba Inu puppies went live on Ustream and 8 months later they’ve attracted over 18 million unique viewers for a total of over 800 viewing years which makes them “the most watched video in the history of the internet.”
Last week, the Puppycam also won a Webby Award. See the Puppycam video here: Puppycam video See the 5-word acceptance speech here: 5-word acceptance speech
Unfortunately, the Shiba family and pups could not make the trip to NYC. It would have been fun. Anyhow, here’s to congratulating Puppycam on another amazing accomplishment in internet history!
Undoubtedly, they are the most popular dogs (no longer pups) on the internet.
Ustream.TV continues to lead the LIVE video streaming community by winning “Best of Show” at the highly respected Under The Radar Entertainment and Media Conference 2007. Ustream.TV also won the Internet TV category already previously announced.
“Ustream.TV continues to demonstrate the excitement and promise of LIVE video. We are honored to win this prestigious award. Ustream.TV will continue to innovate and grow to live up to such a honor,” says Brad Hunstable, Founder of Ustream.TV.
Ustream.TV was selected Best In Show out of a group 32 of the hottest companies in the entertainment and media industry.
The Under The Radar Conference presents startups who are shaping the future of entertainment and media. The Conference showcases the future leaders of innovation – startups with next big idea, seasoned management teams and pedigrees that get the blogosphere buzzing. For more information visit www.undertheradarblog.com.
Ustream.TV today won the “Viewer’s Choice” Award in the INTERNET TV category at the Under The Radar Conference in Palo Alto, CA.
Ustream.TV covered the event LIVE streaming all the presenting companies and panels from the Microsoft Offices.
The Under The Radar Conference is where startups who are shaping the future of entertainment and media come together. The conference showcases the future leaders of innovation – startups with next big idea, seasoned management teams and pedigrees that get the blogosphere buzzing.
Ustream.TV CEO Chris Yeh presented at the conference featured during the Internet TV panel discussions. “Live is interesting because so may things can happen, you can be surprised and there’s more anticipation,” said uStream.tv CEO Chris Yeh. “And we enable interactivity.”
CNET’s Webware today announced the winners of the Top 100 sites of Web 2.0.
And Ustream.TV Won!
Over the course of 20 days in May and June, the community of Webware.com users voted for its favorite Web applications. These are the results: the top 100 Web apps, 10 in each of 10 categories, determined by Webware readers and the fans of the sites that made the final cut.
Rafe’s analysis of the results
CNET’s Ustream.TV Profile
There were more than 5,000 nominations for sites to be included in this awards program, which Webware’s editors pruned to a list of 250 finalists. Users then voted on those finalists–there were 489,467 votes cast–to come up with these: The top 100 Webware sites for 2007.
Ustream.TV also was selected as a Top 5 Editor’s Choice by Rafe Needleman (see video here). Senior Editor Rafe Needlemen says of Ustream.TV, “This is the future of the internet.”Â Ustream.TV is in great company as other winners included in the Media Category are Youtube, Flickr, Fotki, Photobucket, LastFM, Pandora, NetFlix, Zooomr, and Yahoo Videos.Â Ustream.TV was the only live video streaming site selected.
A special thanks to all the Ustreamer’s out there who voted and made this possible.
Ustream.tv is proud to announce its selection as a finalist in CNET’s Webware “Top 100” services of Web 2.0.
25 finalists in 8 categories were selected by CNET staff based on their impact and popularity in Web 2.0Â These finalists are then voted on by the world to form the “Top 100”.Â Ustream.tv was selected for the Media: Audio, Video, Photo category is such company as Youtube, Flickr, Myspace, and Netflix.
“This demonstrates Ustream’s continued leadership in the live video space and a testament to the future rise of live video on the internet” says Chris Yeh, CEO of Ustream.tv.
Polls end June 11th, so hurry and go vote today (for Ustream of course!).Â CLICK HERE TO VOTE >>