Event Streaming - Video Production - Legal Video - Audio Visual Services

Live Video Streaming of Your Event

Sam Adams Boston Beer

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Boston Beer founder Jim Koch leads a tasting of his favorite Sam Adam's beers streamed by Stream Productions live to over 50 Total Wine & More stores

Massachusetts Gaming Commission

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 The Massachusetts Gaming Commission chose Stream Productions to provide live streaming and audiovisual support for public hearings at venues across the state. This image is from a hearing at The Boston Convention & Exposition Center

What is Streaming?

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  Streaming is a method of transmitting or receiving data (especially video and audio material) over the internet or a computer network as a steady, continuous flow, allowing playback to start while the rest of the data is still being received  

Cannabis Multimedia Network

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 At the New England Cannabis Convention, Jimmy Young interviews business owners for the Cannabis Multimedia Network. Stream Productions was retained to provide streaming to YouTube, cameras, microphones, and lighting  

One Hippo

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One Hippo, a software developer from the Netherlands held their  One Hippo Connect event at Aeronaut Brewing Company in Somerville, MA. Stream Productions provided multi-camera live streaming with a Twitter feed; a rear projection system; display monitors and audio support. We also recorded breakout sessions and interviews.

What is Streaming?

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 Streaming is a method of transmitting or receiving data (especially video and audio material) over the internet or a computer network as a steady, continuous flow, allowing playback to start while the rest of the data is still being received   

FAQs

  1. Can you stream to YouTube?  Yes. We can also stream to other 3rd party hosts  like VIMEO, U-Stream or to your private network.
  2. Can you stream  presentation visuals such as PowerPoint. Yes. We can take a video feed directly  from your computer, anything that will display on your computer screen can be streamed. We can  create a split screen or picture-in-picture effect or switch between sources.
  3. Will the stream be recorded? Yes. We typically make a recording on location and a secondary recording is made on the host site, i.e. YouTube.
  4. Who can see the stream?  You can make your stream public or private. There are a variety of additional measures  available to make your stream accessible to only the intended viewers.
  5. How will people find the stream? We'll provide you with a URL that can be distributed to your viewers. You can also embed the stream on your own website. If your event is public, you can make it searchable on most of the 3rd party host sites.
  6. How much will streaming cost?  Prices start at $995. Contact us for a quote.




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