Based in Hobart, Tasmania
Live streaming, or webcasting, is the broadcasting of video via the Internet. Each broadcast can be as public or private as you like and when finished is available immediately as video on demand. From 1 person to 1 million, Livestream is an affordable way to remove geographical barriers and increase your business reach.
Events start at $100 per streaming hour within the Hobart CBD. Livestreaming requires either an NBN connection or a strong 4G signal. Production package includes Panasonic camera, Rode microphone, encoding hardware and Macbook Pro. For samples of my work please visit the University of Tasmania Livestream page by clicking HERE
Multi-Platform Choose the platform based on your event requirements. Includes Livestream, Google Hangout, Youtube Live or Ustream.
Broadcast Standard Highest quality HD camera and Audio equipment provides tv quality video that looks great on a large screen or projector.
Web Development Option to build an event specific website or to intergrate the video player into an existing website or social media page
Unlimited Viewers No audience limits for large events. Privacy control for smaller events including password protection and geo-blocking.
Multi-bitrate Multi-birate broadcasting allows for viewing on most devices including mobile phones, tablets, computers and projectors.
Post Production Video editing, encoding and file management available. Includes producing video introductions and graphic overlays.
The University of Tasmania 2014 Graduation program included eleven 90 minute events over 4 days. Each ceremony was broadcast in High Definition to a combined world wide audience of around 5000 people. Three of these events were broadcast from a regional campus using the 4G network. This Livestream allowed family and friends of the graduating students to watch from home, no matter where in the world that was.
Private live streaming events allow for Universities to run online workshops or to present sensitive data. Students can watch and participate on campus, at work or from their home. Software allows teachers to include power point presentations, videos, audio and screen casting into a presentation. Live online teaching allows for the University to engage with students using a chat function encouraging conversation, discussion and debate.