Customer: Kent State University
What they Stream: Division 1 sports, school events
The Setup: Multiple setups and workflows depending on event to the BoxCaster Pro
We recently had the opportunity to chat with Jason Forbes, Senior Media Specialist at Kent State University, a Division 1 school in Kent, Ohio about how they use the BoxCaster Pro to stream athletics and school events.
'Simulcasting' is the name for live streaming to multiple destinations (your website, Facebook Live, AppleTV, etc.) at once.
If you're live streaming the same video content to your website and to YouTube at the same time, we would say 'your live stream is being simulcast to your website and YouTube' or 'you are simulcasting your broadcast to two destinations.'
It's just a term to help define that form of multi-destination digital broadcasting in a world where there are many places on the internet to send your live stream.
With that definition out of the way, let's dive into the value of simulcasting.
Customer: USA Deaf Basketball Federation
What they Stream: 10-day basketball tournament
Live Streaming Goals: Broadcasting the world championships to fans around the world
We had the opportunity to go onsite to visit with Stephen DaSilva and the USADBF Organizing Committee. We learned about how they used BoxCast to stream the U21 Deaf World Basketball Championships to their fans around the world.
Live streaming can be a great way for your organization to earn additional revenue. There are a variety of options for monetizing your streams. At BoxCast, there are two main ways our organizations make money from their broadcasts.
In this post, we're going to talk about the first method: ticketing viewers.
At BoxCast, we believe that your live streamed events should be as similar as possible to your in-person events. If you sell tickets to watch your in-person event, you should be able to sell tickets to the live streamed event as well. BoxCast makes it possible and easy.
Arguably the most important part of recreating the in-person experience of a game is letting your viewers see the score. If viewers don't know who is winning or losing the game will be tough to follow, especially if they tune into a broadcast in the middle.
For that reason, it's important for sports broadcasters to find a way to add a scoreboard to their live streams. Here's a few ways to do it.
This post covers the best video switchers for starting to live stream with multiple camera angles. It's part of our series on live streaming equipment.
When it's time to level up your live stream from one camera to more than one camera, your production setup adds an additional piece of equipment: a video switcher.
A video switcher allows you to bring in multiple feeds (camera, audio, presentation slides, etc) and choose which feed to send live at any given moment.
Customer: Redeemer Church- Madison, GA
What they Stream: Church services
The Setup: 3 Cameras and ProPresenter into a video switcher into the BoxCaster
We recently had the opportunity to speak with the team at Redeemer Church in Madison, Georgia about how they use BoxCast to live stream their worship services.