Admin • July 18, 2014
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.
Part of the Athletic Directors sessions at Lincoln North Star High School, the presentation will introduce the next generation BoxCaster and will focus on ways technology can transform the high school sports broadcast space.
BoxCast Vice President for Sports Development Mike Donlin will showcase the next generation BoxCaster, a TV station that fits in your pocket, which provides HD video without a computer. In a two-part presentation, he’ll also introduce simple applications available to broadcasters that will enhance audio using your phone, an iPad and readily available apps.
“We’re thrilled to be presenting at the clinic,” Donlin said. “Technology has made it much simpler for high schools to broadcast events. In addition to introducing our new product, we’ll be sharing tips on how to have a better broadcast and how to help schools get more events out there for parents and fans.”
The two-part presentation begins at 9:50 a.m. on Thursday, July 24. Part one features Video Streaming 101 - How to Use Your Current Setup to Broadcast. The second session is entitled Video Streaming Full Production - Taking Your Broadcast to the Next Level.
BoxCast will also be exhibiting at the event.
ABOUT BOXCAST: BoxCast (http://www.boxcast.com) is a Cleveland-based live HD video-streaming company. Its innovative technology connects people and enables them to broadcast live video to anyone, anywhere, any time, on any device - smartphone, computer or tablet. For more information, visit boxcast.com or call 1-888-EZ-BCAST (392-2278).