Stream Strong, with a Service That Scales

August 14, 2020

Nowadays, live streaming is becoming a necessity for organizations that want to reach sizable remote audiences. If yours is a large organization with numerous employees working in various locations, you may already know how important streaming is for staying connected to staff — especially for all-company, monthly, quarterly, and annual meetings. Or perhaps your organization just needs to broadcast special events to a lot of viewers watching at home. 

Additionally, if your organization has a great deal of events happening at the same time, you may need to stream them simultaneously. When folks can’t gather in large numbers, concurrent broadcasting like this is key for keeping remote viewers engaged. Overall, however you use live streaming, if you have scads of people tuning in from different areas, you need to ensure that your service is incredibly reliable to maintain the professionalism your brand requires.

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How to Add Automated Captions to Your Live Stream

August 23, 2019

This post explores the wider range of options for adding captions to your broadcast. It's part of our series on BoxCast Features.

Captioning your live video is an important step in making your content more accessible to your viewers. It also may be important to meet compliance standards for your organization.

More than 30 million Americans live with a form of hearing loss. Millions of others are illiterate, learning to read, or use English as a second language. More likely than not, some of these people are your viewers. 

In this post, we'll address your options for adding captions to your broadcast. Then we'll talk about how we do it at BoxCast.

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