Over the holiday break and to start the New Year, Capital Athletics has been busy bringing fans of the Purple and White more ways to enjoy Crusaders athletic events online. Through its broadcasting partner, BoxCast, fans can now enjoy an audio-only version of home broadcasts as well as the ability to watch home Cap events with video on Facebook via Facebook Live.
Case Western Reserve University's Bob Sopko, Director of the university's initiative to help students start their own companies, speaks about Case's presence at CES and BoxCast's increasing command of the live video streaming space (start time: 40:30).
Case Western Reserve University hosted 10 booths at CES 2017 with student, faculty and alumni founders. The trade show, produced by the Consumer Technology Association, draws more than 170,000 visitors from around the world.
SB Nation hosts BoxCast CEO Gordon Daily on their show to discuss CES, the Cleveland Cavaliers championship, BoxCast streaming, and more.
BoxCast is a self-service, end-to-end streaming platform that makes it easy to deliver live, HD video from anyone to everyone, anywhere. CEO and co-founder Gordon Daily, a double CWRU alum, said 10 percent of NCAA schools now rely on BoxCast streaming services.
In Episode 268 of B2B Growth Podcast, BoxCast's VP of Marketing, Sam Brenner, discusses the tactics he and his small team implemented to increase inbound leads and change the course of the business.
Starting with the September 1, 2016 women's volleyball game against Kean University, CMSV Athletics with the help of BoxCast, will bring free high quality standard definition video of all home events to DolFans all over the world; fans can upgrade to HD quality video for $6.95 per broadcast.
Spaulding joined BoxCast, which produces technology that helps companies stream live events, via Venture for America, a program that matches up startups and impressive graduates. At Yale University, Spaulding worked for a Washington, D.C. startup and spent time as an aide to Democratic U.S. Rep Steny Hoyer.
Beginning the 2016-17 season, Mount Mary University Athletics will move to BoxCast for all of their live streaming.
BoxCast and Bumble Media teamed up to stream Caged Madness 43 earlier this month in Akron, Ohio.
With 50,000 delegates, media, and others attending the Republican National Convention, two local firms are planning to meet the social and political needs of VIPs throughout the event while raising Cleveland’s national profile.
BoxCast, founded and still growing in Cleveland, Ohio, lets anyone with a camera deliver live, HD video to anyone else in the world. In this video, President and co-founder Gordon Daily shares his story.
Venture for America, a national post-grad fellowship program has provided Cleveland companies with a steady pipeline of well-rounded, entrepreneurial overachievers from all over the country. They're here and they're making a difference.
While Cleveland's technology sector is surging with numerous high-growth companies and promising startups, there simply is not enough local and regional capital to fuel the continued boost. But, there is at least one private investor, relatively new to the investment world, making his presence known.
Ed Cochran is a self-made, reserved man with a bold vision for his ever-growing list of local investments in his community.
Yahoo Sports Radio's Game Night host Matt Perrault interviews BoxCast President Gordon Daily about BoxCast, his CES experience, and the "TV Station in a Box."
While hosting NBA on TNT at CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, Kenny Smith and his fellow hosts got their hands on a BoxCaster. Here's what they had to say about it.
Now in its 24th year, Crain's Forty under 40 program has honored over 900 individuals for their professional success and civic contributions. This year, BoxCast President Gordon Daily was one of the selected honorees.
A recent Sport Ngin - BoxCast integration allows Sport Ngin customers to effortlessly embed game videos onto their own websites. Customers like HARBORCENTER rave about the technology, claiming that it allows them to bring their games directly to parents and fans around the country.
BoxCast is proud to stream the Case Alumni Association event. The event was recently awarded a Silver Medal for Excellence in Special Events for the Dean’s Reception and ShowCASE.
Los Angeles native Lena Kelly moved to Cleveland to work at BoxCast, one of the city's hottest startups. Here, she candidly talks tech, startups, fashion, her love of the outdoors, and food.
"A few years ago, content alone was king; now, contextual content is king. In a very noisy digital world, it is critical to thoroughly understand where your buyers are -- that's the context -- and the content that will influence them most," says Sam Brenner, director of marketing for BoxCast.
Peter Spaulding of Huntingtown was named Director of Operations at BoxCast, a high-tech, live video streaming company located in Cleveland. He joined the team in 2013, and is a fellow for Venture for America, a program that places recent graduates at promising start-ups to help those organizations, a press release states.
This week, we chatted with Gordon Daily, President and Co-founder of BoxCast, a Cleveland-based company that makes live-streaming video simple and affordable for anyone with a camera. We got our hands on our very own BoxCast this summer and let us tell you — what a game changer.
BoxCast President Gordon Daily discusses growing a business in Northeast Ohio and the important role of RBB Systems in that growth.
There are two types of entrepreneurs: those who forge their own way, and those who listen.
In an effort to make the local government more transparent, Brook Park has decided to start streaming its meetings. "We're trying to do everything to reach all of the audience that's possible," said Coyne. "The more the voters are informed, the easier my job."
Slack mentions 10 big-name customers on the home page of its website, most of them tech companies or media companies. But for a small company like BoxCast — which sells a device that allows video cameras to send live HD video to the Internet — it's nearly perfect, according to CEO Gordon Daily.
Three Pittsburgh boys moved to Cleveland individually and have stayed for work. One owns a boat that houses his software business, another co-founded and heads a live video streaming company, and yet another helped both of those young entrepreneurs get their feet off the ground in a new city.
BoxCast serves as an example of why Forbes says Cleveland may be "America's new hub for entrepreneurs."
Midwestern cities are connecting their manufacturing past with tomorrow’s next big tech invention.
How a middle-aged media junkie helped two college students launch the hit magazine Mental Floss and the live video streaming company BoxCast
The Council of Small Enterprises (COSE) identified BoxCast as "what's hot" these days.
ECAC Hockey announced today that upcoming men’s games for the league’s postseason tournaments will be available worldwide through the technology of BoxCast.
The SUNY Canton Athletics department is proud to announce that is has partnered with BoxCast to offer fans free high definition broadcasts of a majority of its 14 sports teams' competitions.
BoxCast brought Digital Storyteller Lena Kelly to Cleveland for the job. Once here, she found there was much more to love about her new city.
Gordon Daily and Toby Maloney explain how BoxCast's simple and elegant design enables people to capture and share the moments that are most important to them.
President Gordon Daily discusses how his past as a baseball standout and Rockwell engineer prepared him to head his own innovative tech startup.
Office Manager Emily Bzdafka sings a silly "Frozen" parody about the Cleveland Browns.
Gordon Daily and Brett Bzdafka discuss how BoxCast's live streaming capability is transforming how churches engage their members.
BoxCast pioneers what could be Cleveland's next incubator space.
President Gordon Daily comments on his experience at the 3 Rivers Venture Fair, one of the nation's largest technology investment showcases.
BoxCast-ESPN Cleveland partnership allows faraway fans to watch their favorite football teams play.
This Is How We Do It! President Gordon Daily explains how the BoxCast technology is transforming the digital streaming industry.
President Gordon Daily shares how BoxCast technology allows organizations reach a larger audience and make a greater impact.
Brett Bzdafka discusses how his past as a church pastor has influenced his current role in tech.
Wells College is proud to invest in technologies like BoxCast that benefit its students.
The next generation BoxCaster broadcasting box is a "a game-changer when it comes to simplicity and function." Crain's Magazine discusses recent tech updates.
ESPN Cleveland partners with BoxCast to stream live Click here to watch.
Gordon Daily appeared on 105.7 WMJI radio. Click here to listen.
When Gordon Daily and a few of his friends set up their first online broadcast in 2008, they believed it could be the start of something big.
Good Karma Brands' ESPN Cleveland announces a partnership with BoxCast, a Cleveland-based technology company that delivers streaming high-definition video broadcasts. Together, the companies will offer Cleveland sports fans access to high school football games…
Like other high-tech entrepreneurs and would-be Mark Zuckerbergs, we were tempted by the siren call of Silicon Valley, but chose Cleveland to launch BoxCast, our live HD video-streaming company.
BoxCast wins Best Tech Device at the 2014 NEOSA Best of Tech Awards!
BoxCast founder Gordon Daily was quoted in JumpStart Inc. blog. His tip - listen to advice, even if it's criticism.
BoxCast named one of the Top 25 innovations in technology over the last 25 years
The need for a simple way to share video was maybe best described by a funeral home director who wanted to broadcast a chapel service to people who could not be there.
He explained to Gordon Daily and his colleagues that he had to focus on grieving family members, not cameras and computers: "Can you just make something that works automatically?"
Daily believes they did.