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Posted 03/11, 2012

What is live streaming? 

Live streaming is broadcasting and delivering an event on the Internet as it happens, in real time. All you need is a computer equipped with a webcam and a microphone. In addition, you will need a live streaming website such as Tvoop.com. After you have created an account on Tvoop.com,  you will need to create your own channelFrom here on Tvoop does all the hard work for you, so you can focus on your broadcast. It will test the speed of your Internet connection to allow for the best possible configuration. Tvoop's encoder handles the audio and video stream compression, player format negotiation, bandwidth adjustment and serving over the Internet. All you have to do is to point your camera and shoot. We have made a short tutorial video for you, which will explain this process more in detail. It is called "How to broadcast on Tvoop!" and can be located at http://www.tvoop.com/recording/3033

Of course, this set up will give you a limited audio and video quality. If you want a better quality with more options to adjust such as the bitrate and framrate, you will need to download a small free software made by Adobe. It is called "flash media live encoder". You will find it on Adobe's website by searching for it on Google. It is extremely easy to use and a brief tutorial video called "How to use the External Encoder to broadcast on Tvoop!" can be found at http://www.tvoop.com/recording/3034

 

 

 

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Posted 09/30, 2011

The Future of Internet is Social,

The Future of Social is Live,

 

We stream Live! 

 

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Posted 09/7, 2011

 

Call it better learning through technology -- and cheaper

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As college and university classrooms around the country fill with students facing mind-numbing tuition, free online classes are filling up too -- and their rising number threatens to destroy the current model that has student loans soaring and parents feeling the bite, experts told FoxNews.com.

“The current system makes little sense,” argues Henry Eyring, author of The Innovative University. “A student pays one amount regardless of credit load or type of course being taken, and the university has no financial incentive to help the student get a good grade,” he told FoxNews.com.

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Posted 08/31, 2011

WIAA within rights to grant streaming rights to production company
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Wednesday upheld a lower court ruling that a contract for exclusive streaming rights to Wisconsin collegiate sports tournaments did not violate the First Amendment or constitute some form of prior restraint. Gannett and the Wisconsin Newspaper Association had challenged a Wisconsin District Court ruling that the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) was within its rights to grant exclusive streaming rights to post-season tournament games to production company American-HiFi.

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