Mark Your Calendar: Mastering Live Streaming Webinar with Zype and Wowza on June 14th

By Chris Bassolino on June 07, 2017

So, you decide to take the next step for your video business, and discover the power of live streaming. The first step is to find the most best live streaming service. Then what?

Live streaming can be quite difficult, and it’s not always obvious how to make it efficient, affordable and profitable. So to spread the live streaming knowledge love, we’re teaming up with our friends at Wowza for a webinar to share live stream best practices on Wednesday, June 14th, at 2pm EST. Interested? Sign up here!

You’ll get a strong understanding of premium live streaming technology, tips for success and common mistakes to avoid. We’ll go over live stream basics with a deep dive into the lifecycle of a live stream including stream formats, encoding steps, CDN delivery, endpoint delivery and monetization. We’ll also do a walkthrough of Zype Live, including setup, broadcast, monetization options, and the live-to-archive VOD feature. Not to mention that the webinar will be hosted by live stream experts who have a deep perspective on the live stream market and how customers have integrated live streaming as a key component of their video business.

The webinar will wrap up with an interactive Q+A session. This will give you the opportunity to ask your questions about specific aspects of live streaming technology, gather more details on how others are doing it, or ask general questions to strengthen your live stream foundation.

If live streaming is on the horizon for you, or you currently stream live content, this isn’t something you’ll want to miss. It’s a great opportunity for anyone with a video business to learn live streaming practices from directly from industry experts who work with customers who broadcast live events every day. We can’t wait to share our insights with you! Make sure you register today!

Ready to make the next step? Request a demo and find out what Zype can do for you!

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