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RIP Flash
November 30, 2016

Farewell to Flash (Sort of)

Flash is rapidly heading for extinction so you need to be prepared for the fallout. Adobe Flash, formerly known as ‘Shockwave Flash’/’Macromedia Flash’, has played a crucial role in bringing multimedia content to the web since its inception in 1996. By providing a platform to make content look and feel the same no matter what kind of computer or browser [...]

Haivision and Sencore partnership
November 8, 2016

Haivision and Sencore Partner to Deliver High Quality HEVC/H.265 Live Video

Starting today, broadcasters that struggle with costly and fragile IP video links now have a solution that makes them more efficient and predictable. Haivision and Sencore have joined forces to give broadcasters a better way to deliver high quality live video over the most constrained networks using HEVC/H.265 video compression for backhaul, monitoring, contribution, and distribution. Haivision’s Makito X encoder with [...]

Haivision at the CMA Awards
November 2, 2016

Haivision Powers First Live 360 VR Stream from The CMA Awards Red Carpet

The 50th Annual CMA Awards airs tonight at 8|7c on ABC-TV, but you can tune in early by watching a Haivision-powered 360-degree virtual reality 4K stream live from the red carpet. The project is led by Mary Kay at The 50th Annual CMA Awards. For this event, we’ve partnered with Thinkingbox, a great creative and digital production studio, to give fans [...]

Faith organizations innovate with video
October 20, 2016

How Faith Organizations Innovate With Video Streaming Technology

Typically when we think of advanced users of today’s online video publishing and management platforms, broadcasters, Fortune 500, and media companies come to mind. But, it may surprise many that today’s houses of worship are also leading the charge when it comes to online video streaming technology. Houses of worship are more invested in video streaming and web technologies than [...]

Everyone is a broadcaster
October 19, 2016

Everyone Is a Broadcaster

Today, everyone is becoming a broadcaster. What does that mean exactly? Many organizations – from the traditional broadcasters to Fortune 1000 and small and medium-sized businesses – want to get high-quality video, both live and on demand, to an audience. They want the viewing experience to be HD and engaging, and that means new demand for video streaming solutions [...]