B1: How to Deliver Broadcast-Quality Linear Channels to Internet Audiences
All the pieces for pulling off broadcast quality live events and live linear channels are out there. Either picking the wrong component or overlooking integration and workflow complexity, can doom your live project long before it’s time to launch. Hear from content providers and industry experts about the key considerations, best practices, and pitfalls of streaming your content live over the Internet to audiences large and small. This technical panel will focus on capabilities necessary to integrate the end-to-end workflow from source acquisition to play out including outsourcing everything as a managed service while taking into account various audience, technical, and cost factors.
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