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Oh! Gunquit perform for gig-streaming service Living Indie

TV and movie streaming services like Netflix have been around for years now, but still continue to gain popularity. Perhaps due to the production logistics, streaming live music from gigs has been less commonplace, but momentum is increasing. Wayra-supported Living Indie is one firm trying to crack this market.  Read More

Akihabara livestream courtesy of the Cerevo Camera Live

Japan camera-maker Cerevo has started a 24-hour live Ustream feed from Akihabara, in cooperation with a company in the area, Aisan Electronic. Recently Cerevo has been capitalizing on the growing popularity of Ustream live-streaming in Japan since Softbank's investment in the web service. By creating their 'networked camera', the Cerevo Camera Live, which is especially tailored for live-streaming, the company rides the coattails of a public increasingly interested in broadcasting on the web.  Read More

Competing with the big boys ... the Livestream Livepack lets you record and broadcast live...

A new backpack from Livestream called the Livepack puts a broadcast TV truck on your shoulders without the weight or cumbersome dimensions – but with the same broadcast capabilities. If you get A-list invitations that put you up close and personal with celebrities, or just fancy yourself as part of the paparazzi, this is a must-have device. The Livestream Livepack crams into a backpack the hardware unit to encode and transmit HD video, a Firewire cable, and six load-balanced built-in 3G modems in order to get the highest possible available bitrate. The system even comes with a dedicated IP address to stream to your Livestream channel - you’ll be a professional roving reporter before you know it (as long as you can provide your own Firewire DV camera).  Read More

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