|By Marketwired .||
|September 3, 2014 04:00 AM EDT||
EVERGREEN, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 09/03/14 -- Wowza® Media Systems, LLC, provider of Simply Powerful Streaming software, today announced Vice President of Product Management Mike Talvensaari and Senior Product Manager Philipp Angele are among the video experts presenting at IBC2014 set to take place September 11-16 in Amsterdam. The session will discuss how cloud-based streaming solutions enable broadcasters and content creators, like Camcast, to reach their audiences through relevant streamed content.
Media and entertainment broadcasters are challenged to engage growing audiences with high-quality video content -- both live and on-demand. Today, cloud-based streaming solutions have streamlined the process bringing affordability, scalability and reliability to broadcasters. Wowza video experts will share how customers are using the cloud to efficiently broadcast to their audiences through relevant streamed content.
SESSION: Bringing the Benefits of Cloud-Based Streaming to Broadcasters
SPEAKERS: Mike Talvensaari, VP of product management at Wowza; Philipp Angele, senior product manager at Wowza; and Desiree Bauer, CEO at Camcast
WHEN: Monday, September 15, 2014, 2:00 p.m. to 2:25 p.m. CEST
WHERE: Cloud Solutions Pavilion, RAI Exhibition and Convention Center, Amsterdam
Wowza Media Systems is also exhibiting in Hall 3 at Stand 3.B17, where they will be demonstrating Wowza Streaming Engine, the latest version of the company's industry-leading server software formerly known as Wowza Media Server. This highly customizable software powers reliable streaming of high-quality video in any format to any device for a range of organizations including Fortune 100 companies, small and medium-sized businesses, nonprofits, educational institutions and government agencies.
The demo will highlight:
- The new web-based admin panel Wowza Streaming Engine Manager that features streaming metrics and reporting
- How the recently announced partnership with JVC camera expands the Wowza partner ecosystem to include video capture sources
- How best-of-breed partner integration connects encoders such as NewTek Tricaster, Teradek Cube and Matrox Monarch to Wowza Streaming Engine
- Powerful enhanced features including overlay capabilities, any screen streaming with adaptive bitrate technology, DVR functionality, closed captioning and live stream record capabilities.
To see the latest products and features in actions, stop by the Wowza stand, 3.B17.
IBC is the premier annual event for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of electronic media and entertainment and is expected to draw more than 52,000 attendees.
About Wowza Media Systems
Wowza Media Systems, LLC (www.wowza.com) helps organizations harness the power of streaming by reducing the complexities of audio and video delivery to any device anywhere. Organizations in more than 150 countries count on innovative and award-winning Wowza software to build, deploy, and manage customized streaming solutions that deliver high-quality and engaging live and on-demand experiences. Wowza is privately held, with offices in Evergreen, Colorado, Mountain View, California, and Berlin, Germany.
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