New at IBC 2016: New Studio HD550 4K Edition and Mevo

For the third year, Livestream will be exhibiting at IBC 2016 in Amsterdam at Hall 7 Booth A10. For IBC 2016 we’re bringing some exciting new products for attendees to demo in person.

LIVESTREAM’S STUDIO HD550 AND HD51 SWITCHERS IN 4K

Launching at IBC 2016, Livestream’s portable (Studio HD550) and rackmount (Studio HD51) live production switchers are now available in 4K edition for pre-order. Featuring 5 inputs and one output with full size HDMI and SDI connectors. The 4K Edition also features upgraded hardware all around: 64GB RAM, 8 Core Intel i7 CPU (16 Virtual threads), Windows 10, 2TB SSD drive. Pre-order now from Livestream or one of our resellers at store.livestream.com. Shipping in November 2016.

STUDIO 4 SOFTWARE WITH 4K CROP, MEVO + FACEBOOK LIVE

Livestream Studio 4, with support for Facebook Live and the new Mevo camera, is now available and will be on display in the Livestream booth. Studio 4 also offers 4K crop technology, allowing producers to turn any single camera feed into a multi-camera shoot.

MEVO: THE POCKET-SIZE PRODUCTION STUDIO

Mevo, the live event camera by Livestream, allows anyone to create the appearance of a multi-camera shoot with one tiny device. Mevo integrates with Livestream Studio as a camera input or can be used as a standalone streaming camera to Facebook Live or Livestream. Test it out at IBC!

VISIT THE LIVESTREAM TEAM IN HALL 7 BOOTH A10 FOR SWAG AND TO TRY OUT THESE NEW EXCITING PRODUCTS.

IF YOU’RE STILL NOT SURE WHAT EQUIPMENT YOU NEED OR HOW MUCH TO BUDGET, CHECK OUT THIS COMPREHENSIVE LIVESTREAMING BUDGET GUIDE.

9 Need-to-Know Stats About Livestreaming for Broadcasters [Infographic]

Cord-cutting is on the rise. Audiences are pivoting away from traditional media toward new social and over-the-top content platforms like Netflix and Hulu. Livestreaming television and radio broadcast programming is the best way to reach your viewers across multiple platforms. Our research shows livestreaming for broadcasters is crucial for any modern media distribution strategy.

News and sports broadcasters are leading the charge, with new streaming portals eating away at traditional media’s market share. To meet viewer demand, broadcasters need to diversify the way they distribute their content.

“Not only have we realized an entirely new revenue stream, but [the livestream] has become so popular, we can’t imagine doing the radio show without the streaming video component.” – Shane French, Rover’s Morning Glory Radio Show

1. In 30 days, more video content is uploaded than all three major U.S. TV networks combined have created in 30 years.
2. Digital video consumption among adults has increased: from 21 minutes in 2011 to one hour and 16 minutes in 2015. (Source: eMarketer)
3. 78% of people watch videos online every week, and 55% of watch every day. (Source: Hubspot)
4. Users are spending an average of one hour and fifty-five minutes with digital video each day. (Source: eMarketer)
5. Millennials aged 14 to 25 are the only age group watching more shows on digital devices than on traditional TV screens. (Source: eMarketer)
6. 41% of digital audiences would watch livestreaming breaking news stories. (Source: GlobalWebIndex)
7. Digital radio engagement is up from 53 seconds in 2011 to over one minute in 2015. (Source: eMarketer)
8. In 2014, 47% of all Americans — an estimated 124M people — said they have listened to online radio in the last month. (Source: Media Daily News)
9. 75% of respondents who listen to online radio on a weekly basis think commercials are a fair trade for free programming. (Source: Media Daily News)


Want to learn more about how traditional media companies are growing their audiences with live video?

Read our case study with New York Magazine and Veuve Clicquot to learn:

  • How New York Magazine and Veuve Clicquot grew an in-person event into a widespread social phenomenon.
  • How live video can add dynamism and production value to publishers’ brand partnerships.
  • How livestreaming for publishers is changing the way readers engage with their favorite periodicals.

Download the Case Study