Stream-It Video Webcasting
Your content online.
Whether its a corporate news event, ground breaking at a new site, for employees or for the general public: Stream-It enables immediate participation in your event.
Stream-It brings the web conference directly to your contacts in Print, TV, Radio and Online.
Interactive: Asking questions online or a call-in allows direct communication and interaction.
Individually: Whether a closed user group, with or without prior accreditation in a virtual press conference or open – Stream-It can be implemented individually according to your requirements.
We provide many streaming technology solutions to increase the bandwidth quality and compression performance of your video stream. By using industry leading formats we constantly explore and test newer technology to create an economical web streaming solution for your specific needs.
Live video web streaming
From a simple presentations to a large scale productions, we can video stream and webcast your event live. Let us provide you with the correct technology solution.
Unique web visits can increase by replaying previously recorded live streams. You can also create and stream your entire Media libraries.
St Louis video web streaming coordinated and produced by local producer Mike Haller, 314-892-1233. A number of large corporate industrial firms needed to see images immediately on opposite ends of the United States. A web streaming video solution was the answer. This video clip is a sample of the web streaming capabilities utilized.
Historical News Network Video Production, St. Louis, Missouri
Scenes from Volume 8 – St. Louis Video Streaming and Webcasting
It’s a Wrap!
Video cast and crew members of the Historical News Network pose for a publicity photograph. The St. Louis Video Team calls it a wrap on DVD Volume Five entitled “Obstacles On The Road To End Slavery.”
St. Louis Video Director and Producer on the set
Still photograph production shots from volume 5 of the Abolition News Network TV production, “Obstacles On The Road To The Abolition Of Slavery.” Historical Director Jones views the scene on the set. The scene here depicts, U.S. President Millard Fillmore (seated, middle), portrayed by actor Lance Leykam; being interviewed regarding his support of the Fugitive Slave Act, that required the return of runaway slaves.
Woodworking Journal – St. Louis Video Production
If you build it, they will come. Live video and on demand training and education on the web is the most productive and cost efficient.
Rob Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Producer