|By Marketwired .||
|July 17, 2014 04:39 AM EDT||
LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 07/17/14 -- iStreamPlanet, the leader in live, announced today that for the third year the company will be live streaming the Tomorrowland electronic music festival, taking place in Belgium July 17- 27, 2014. The festival's music acts will be available for live, multiscreen viewing on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/TomorrowlandChannel starting July 18, 9pm CEST.
Tomorrowland will be taking advantage of iStreamPlanet's managed live event solutions to deliver HD, live streams over the two weekends of the festival, providing viewers unprecedented access to the excitement and entertainment talent of Tomorrowland 2014.
With over three million YouTube subscribers signed up already, this year promises to capture a record-breaking online viewing audience for the festival and the artists.
iStreamPlanet's expertise in live streaming big, multi-day, multi-stage events allows Tomorrowland to focus on the production of the festival and expand the reach of the event to a much larger, connected, multiscreen audience.
"The Tomorrowland festival gets bigger and better every year by bringing new talent and new experiences to the live stage and online," said Jennifer Baisch, vice president of marketing at iStreamPlanet. "We're excited to help deliver the highest quality live streaming of the festival to their largest connected audience ever."
iStreamPlanet, the leader in live, simplifies live video streaming to multiple screens. iStreamPlanet is changing the way live streaming is done with the launch of Aventus, a cloud and software-based, live video streaming solution for premium content providers.
iStreamPlanet's innovative approach has been chosen by the world's leading sports, entertainment, and technology brands, including NBC Sports, Turner Broadcasting, Fox, and Microsoft, to bring live, online video to connected audiences around the world.
Founded in 2000, the privately held company is headquartered in Las Vegas with a software development center in Redmond, WA. More information can be found at www.iStreamPlanet.com.
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