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Multicast develops live streaming platform based on Adobe Flash

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 14 Apr 2008 18:59

Multicast develops live streaming platform based on Adobe Flash Multicast Media Technologies, Inc. has announced the availability of turnkey live streaming using Adobe Flash Media Encoder as part of Multicast's Vidego Internet Video Platform. With Vidego Live Flash, Multicast now makes a turnkey online solution available to organizations and content producers wishing to broadcast sporting events, concerts, corporate communication, educational and promotional events.
"Because we deliver almost 4,500 live Internet broadcasts each month from venues all over the world, we know that producing a live online broadcast can seem like a complex undertaking. With our Vidego Live Flash streaming solution, we simplify the process and address the increasing market demand for engaging, real-time live Internet video and a flawless end-to-end integrated experience," said Jason Simpson, executive vice president of business development at Multicast.

Vidego Live Flash is administered by an intuitive interface that includes customizable media players, slide presentation synchronization, automated archival for on-demand playback, and a powerful reporting and analytics dashboard. "Multicast's Vidego leverages Adobe Flash technologies to help organizations beat the learning curve when it comes to delivering streaming media," said Laurel Reitman, senior product manager for Flash Server Services at Adobe.

He added: "We are pleased to be part of Multicast's efforts to enable broadcasters to execute and manage their own live online initiatives through the use of innovative, turnkey, and affordable digital media solutions."

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