Mobile Video Streaming Archive

The Drum is Calling Festival in Numbers

By  NationTalk 

Festival guests were greeted by 200 volunteers. Among those involved in the production the event were the eight apprentices from Canada 150+’s Aboriginal Production Apprentice Program. This program was launched with the support of eight employer partners: Brandlive, Coastal Jazz and Blues, Gear Force, Great Northern Way Scene Shop, Riggit Services Inc., Scene Ideas.

News Publisher Attn Crowdsources Facebook Live

By Sahil Patel @ Digiday

For the user-led live streams, Attn has partnered with live streaming tech company Stream, which allows users to send live video feeds that Attn can then curate for its Facebook page. Participating users also go through a pre-interview screening and planning process, which allows Attn to maintain some level of quality control over the content. “If they give us a shitty stream, we’re not going to go live with it,” Segal said.

Mobile Service Stream Rebrands with .LIVE

By GlobeNewswire

Just in time for Integrated Live (, the go-to digital marketing conference of the year with more than 10,000 marketers in-attendance, domain name registry Rightside Group LTD (NASDAQ:NAME) announced today that Stream, a mobile service that enables customers to broadcast or watch live video from an app, has adopted the .LIVE domain extension. In addition to renaming its website to, Stream will be providing its existing user base with the opportunity to purchase a customized .LIVE domain as an official reseller of .LIVE. The partnership with Stream comes on the heels of Rightside’s recent launch of Be.LIVE (, a brand, website, and community that offers live streamers insightful ideas, reviews, and content resources from popular streamers including Joel Comm, Brian Fanzo, Alex Pettitt, and Ross Brand

What it Takes to Set the World Record for the Longest Road Trip

By Anje RautenbachTraveller24

You can subscribe to their journey on, under the username @heatherandgreg, to watch their daily videos.

You can also follow the journey on Twitter and Instagram at @gregcayea, where Greg posts a few cartoons he has drawn along the journey.

Coding his Own Way into Business, Helping Kids to do the Same

By Jake Lucas @ Moultrie News

Now, he’s working for a live video streaming company that, according to Jamieson, is “pushing the boundaries of what can be done live,” processing over 400 terabytes of video a month and broadcasting that video with less than a second of delay. In his job, his work is geared toward Infinite Takes’ livestreaming product This past summer, powered the live stream of the Patriots Point fireworks show, filmed and broadcasted in real time from a drone. Over 15,000 people tuned in, according to Jamieson.

Periscope Squares Off Against Facebook Live

By South China Morning Post

Carter Mansbach, who runs the Jupiter Wealth Strategies market research firm, thinks Twitter can eventually make money from Periscope, once the audience size grows substantially. More immediately, Beykpour needs to appeal to the next generation – teens. (This is a market rivals such as YouNow and have been pursuing.)

Twitter’s New ‘Go Live’ Button Makes It Easy for Users To Broadcast Live Video

By Kerry Flynn @ International Business Times

Twitter is ramping up its push into live video. A “Go Live” button, which provides a one-tap navigation to Twitter’s Periscope app, is now available to some Android users in the main Twitter app. The function will roll out to all users in the future, Twitter told the Verge.

Capture Live Memories for Mother’s Day

By Jefferson Graham @ USA TODAY

To go live, just open the smartphone app and get ready. With Periscope you’re already there, but in Facebook, you’ll need to go to your Status area. Title the video, press record, and start broadcasting to your feed. When it’s done, the broadcast shows up in your Facebook or Twitter timeline, you can save it to your Camera Roll as well, and you can share it afterwards with family members.
(You can also try some of the other streaming apps out there, like or YouNow.)

Periscope CEO Discusses Competition With Facebook

By Jefferson Graham @ USA TODAY

Carter Mansbach, who runs the Jupiter Wealth Strategies market research firm, thinks Twitter can eventually make money from Periscope, once the audience size grows substantially. More immediately, Beykpour needs to appeal to the next generation — teens, he says. (This is a market rivals such as YouNow and have been pursuing.)

Inside the Local Tech Industry at DIG South

By Jake Lucas @ Moultrie News

Will Jamieson agrees. He sat on the panel on the same day he finished his last bit of school work to earn his degree at the College of Charleston, but he has already worked at a handful of startups early on. These days, he’s the chief marketing officer of a live video app called

Stream Lets You Share Live Video Without Any Branding

By Jefferson Graham @ USA TODAY

Eric Bowman has a simple pitch for businesses–you want to get into live, mobile video, but don’t want to have Facebook or Twitter’s Periscope branding all over your website? Try his app instead.

#TalkingTech Podcast Highlights

By Jefferson Graham USA TODAY

 We rounded up our interviews with Brooks Buffington, co-founder of Atlanta-based social messaging app Yik Yak, Will Jamieson, chief marketing officer for Charleston-based mobile video app, Kristina Montague, managing partner of the Jump Fund, a venture-capital firm that invests in female-led tech start-ups from Chattanooga, Tenn., and our visit to Savannah’s Benedetto Guitars. We put them all together into one extended podcast.

Live Streaming Is Social Media’s Hottest Topic

By Alex H. Nagler @ TV[R]EV

And while those platforms have all been making some noise, there’ another, older that’s recently made some news of its own around eSports –’s CMO Will Jamieson, was one of the founders of YikYak and now is hoping to do for streaming what they did for proximity messaging

The Importance of Facebook Live

By Todd longwell VideoInk

One of the companies targeting the B2B space is, which last week launched its new Enterprise platform that enables users (including clients Volvo Car Open and Whistle Sports) to live stream to embedded players on the web and mobile, then share the saved videos in HD across platforms.

“Facebook doesn’t allow the individual to go out and expand [the live stream] and maintain it and own rights to it and grow themselves on their own digital platform,” said Will Jamieson, CMO of

Check Out the Cutting Edge Start-Ups at NAB Show’s Sprockit

By Kimberly Wilson @ NetNewsCheck This app allows users to broadcast or watch live video from their smartphones and then curate clips and stich them together as mobile video. Users can also add voice and text and viewers can comment on the live video.

Brands have a new White Label Live Video Service thanks to Stream

By Troy Dreier Streaming Media

With the consumer live video market growing more crowded by the day, live video service is turning its attention to businesses and brands. The company announced Enterprise today, a white label service that lets companies create live video experiences within their own properties. Boasting of its sub two-second latency for live, says that Enterprise customers can deploy and operate their own live video player to desktop or mobile viewers. Enterprise works through a browser interface, where customers can administer their streams and add contributors. They can also set on-demand video that plays when there isn’t a live stream. The admin console creates an embed code that can be used on any page.

Stream is helping brands & media companies capitalize on the live-streaming

By Will Richmond VideoNuze, which has offered free mobile live-streaming to consumers, is looking to help brands and media companies capitalize on the live-streaming craze by introducing Enterprise. CMO Will Jamieson told me that that two distinguishing features are that Enterprise provides a full solution so that content providers can incorporate their live-streams into their own web or mobile properties. In addition, has built its own media server that uses RTMP, so it can deliver live streams with sub two-second latency, critical in mobile gaming / eSports apps.

Stream has optimized its mobile live streaming app for business customers

By Jeff Baumgartner Multichannel News

Taking an enterprise angle on a market made popular by consumer-focused services such as Periscope, a startup called said it has optimized its mobile live streaming app for business customers. Early on, its new live video service platform has netted deals with partners that include The Volvo Car Open, Vainglory (a mobile multi-player game), Arsenic Magazine, and Charleston Battery of the United Soccer League. has also been working with the Jacksonville Jaguars, which is using the platform to boost in-stadium fan engagement by letting fans upload videos to a control room that selects them for display on EverBank Field’s jumbotron.


Periscope Competitor Stream Launches New Service

By Geoff Weiss Tubefilter

Two-year-old livestreaming app has launched today a B2B product called Enterprise that will enable businesses to deploy live video feeds from their own digital properties. Enterprise is launching with several partners in fields like sports, music, and media — including Arsenic Magazine and the Volvo Car Open, a women’s tennis tournament. The white label product hopes to ultimately enable brands and publishers to build a platform-agnostic livestreaming business, the Charleston, S.C.-based company says.


Stream CMO, Will Jamieson, calls it a “one-size-fits-all solution for all video content.”

By Karen Fratti LostRemote

Today, launched Enterprise, which is a live video platform that offers today video tech for creators, media publishers, and digital networks. Chief marketing officer, Will Jamieson, who was also a founding member of Yik Yak said in a statement that, it’s really a “one-size-fits-all solution for all video content.” Enterprise is launching with The Volvo Car Open, United Soccer League’s Charleston Battery, Whistle Sports, Arsenic Magazine, Brandon Biebel Skate Park and Vainglory. All of those partners are in line with their long term goal to partner with sports and music organizations.