New multi-site video player enables remote campuses to seamlessly watch live broadcasts.
BoxCast releases new video player to better highlight customers’ videos and improve the viewing experience.
BoxCast offers integration with Roku and AppleTV to help organizations engage audiences and connect with viewers.
You can now create channels, download videos, clone and search broadcasts, promote streams via social media and view more robust analytics with an enhanced customer dashboard.
BoxCast, the Cleveland-based live video streaming company, launched a new weekly video series called "Outside the Box."
BoxCast, the Cleveland-based live HD video streaming company, and ECAC Hockey have announced plans to stream the first round and quarterfinal series for the 2015 ECAC Men’s Ice Hockey Championship.
BoxCast, the Cleveland-based video streaming company, has been named “Live Video Streaming Provider of the Year” by the leading religious publication Worship Leader Magazine.
BoxCast, a Cleveland, OH-based technology company that delivers streaming high-definition video broadcasts, is partnering with 1450WXVW: The Sports Buzz, a radio station based in Jeffersonville, IN, to broadcast Kentuckiana high school football this fall.
BoxCast (www.boxcast.com), the Cleveland-based technology company, is now shipping its next generation broadcast box that allows anyone with a camera to stream live HD quality video to anyone, anywhere.
BoxCast, a Cleveland-based technology company that delivers streaming high-definition video broadcasts, will present at the annual Nebraska Coaches Association Multi-Sports Coaches Clinic next week in Lincoln, Nebraska.
BoxCast, the Cleveland-based live HD video streaming company, and PrestoSports, a Maryland-based sports technology company have announced plans to collaborate on a solution that will enhance the in-game experience for viewers by combining live video and live game statistics.
BoxCast, the Cleveland-based live HD video streaming company, and EZStream, the Rhode Island-based "Streaming Made Easy" solution, have formed a strategic partnership to better serve their customers and to meet the rapidly growing demand for live streaming video broadcasts in high definition.
BoxCast, a Cleveland-based technology company that delivers streaming high-definition video broadcasts, will present at the annual CoSIDA Convention next week in Orlando. BoxCast’s presentation is part of CoSIDA Product Theater and will take place on Monday, June 9 at 3 p.m.
BoxCast, a Cleveland-based technology company that delivers streaming high-definition video broadcasts, announces a partnership with Good Karma Brands’ ESPN Cleveland . Together, the companies will offer Cleveland sports fans access to high school football games,
BoxCast, the Cleveland-based live HD video streaming company, and Sportzcast, a Winter Springs, Fla. provider of automated tools for sports venues, have partnered to offer sports broadcasters automated score and time overlays on live video.
BoxCast and Eyes in the Air have announced a partnership to make video streamed from an elevated tripod available to anyone with an Internet connection. Through this collaboration, Eyes in the Air clients will be able to make their video available for viewing on smart phones, tablets and computers through BoxCast video streaming.