With the growing popularity of Facebook Live and YouTube Live, we’ve been getting a lot of questions about the difference between those services and BoxCast’s live video streaming solution.
We’re big fans of those platforms; like BoxCast, they allow people to broadcast important content to a larger audience. In fact, we’ve even built integrations that allow you to simultaneously stream BoxCast broadcasts to Facebook Live and YouTube Live.
There’s also no denying the mass distribution opportunities that Facebook and YouTube offer organizations. With a combined user base of over 2 billion people, Facebook and YouTube allow you to share your events with a global audience.
Still, streaming exclusively on Facebook Live or YouTube Live has its downsides and limitations. This post explains why BoxCast remains the perfect streaming solution for organizations.
This post is based on The Buyer's Guide to Live Video Streaming. If you'd like to learn about additional key factors and features to consider when evaluating live streaming solutions, download the free guide.
The secret’s out: There’s immense power in live video streaming.
When organizations like schools, sports leagues, churches, or municipalities, decide to stream, they no longer confine their events to the spaces in which they're held; instead, streaming allows people to watch from wherever they are.
There are several different streaming providers to choose from. Evaluating each one and navigating the differences between them can be overwhelming. This post outlines six key features to consider when evaluating different streaming solutions.
With less than a week left in the 2016 Rio Olympics, Americans have spent countless hours watching their country compete to be recognized as the best in the world. The country suddenly cares deeply about gymnastics, swimming, track, and other Olympic sports for a few weeks before ignoring them again for the next four years.
However, there are millions of people around the country would love to watch these sports regularly. But unfortunately, because of the lack of their primetime popularity, fans of these sports had no way to support their favorite athletes when they couldn’t be there in person. Until recently.
Thanks to the power of live video streaming, schools and other athletic organizations have the opportunity to share these sports with the viewers that would love to watch. This article breaks down why your organization should start streaming Olympic sports.
It’s that time of year again: colleges, high schools, junior highs, elementary schools and pre-schools are gearing up for their graduation ceremonies.
These ceremonies, though entirely symbolic, are often included in the list of people’s most important life moments. They celebrate the culmination of tireless work, late nights, some failures, more successes, and individual growth.
That means that as an organizer or a host of a graduation ceremony, there's a lot riding on your shoulders. Below are certain things you should consider to ensure your graduation ceremony is flawless.