Ustream

Ustream is a company founded in 2007 that provides video streaming services to more than 80 million viewers and broadcasters. It is based in San Francisco and has more than 180 employees in their San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Budapest offices. Company partners include Panasonic, Samsung, Logitech, CBS News, PBS NewsHour, Viacom, and IMG Media. It received $11.1 million in Series A funding for new product development from DCM (Doll Capital Management) and investors Labrador Ventures and Band of Angels. It is owned by an American company of the same name, Ustream, Inc., based in San Francisco, California. Ustream will be the live game streaming service for Sony's PlayStation 4.[1]
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  • Livestreaming vs. Live Broadcasting: A Necessary Introduction

    …, I remember Ustream) and helps provide context for what’s happening now. The app sparked this powerful mobile livestreaming movement but failed to capitalize on it, in part because it had a myopic view of the livestreaming market and all that it would soon be–and whatever it has yet to become. Looking at the subtle but important differences between…

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  • How Snapchat Helped Trigger the Live-Streaming Arms Race

    … video is making the world more real-time than ever before. Live video has a long history We have had live streaming over the internet for more than a decade in various forms. Mark Cuban’s Broadcast.com stream of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in 1999 was a watershed event (albeit a very slow-rendering one). Justin.TV, UStream and more have come…

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