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Ustream, an IBM Company, is a leading provider of video solutions end to end cloud-based media and businesses. From internal meetings to press conferences to global entertainment events, Ustream provides live video and on demand for 80 million viewers per month. Ustream Ustream product range includes Point, for secure internal video communications to employees, and Pro Ustream broadcasting, broadcasting and sellers who need a platform video streaming scalable and reliable direct to reach large external audiences. Ustream customers include NASA, Samsung, Facebook, Nike and Discovery Communications. Ustream was founded in 2007 and is located in San Francisco and Budapest. Ustream January 2016 was acquired by IBM and is now part of the Video Cloud Services IBM.

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Ustream is a company founded in 2007 that offers video streaming services to over 80 million viewers and broadcasters. It is based in San Francisco and has over 180 employees at its offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Budapest. Company partners include Panasonic, Samsung, Logitech, CBS News, PBS NewsHour, Viacom, and IMG Media. [2] It received $ 11.1 million in Series A funding for the development of new products from DCM (Doll Capital Management) and investors Labrador Ventures and Band of angels. [3] is owned by an American company of the same name, Ustream, Inc., based in San Francisco, California. Ustream was one of the games live streaming services for Sony PlayStation 4. [4]

History

Ustream he born when the founders (John Ham, Brad Hunstable, Dr. Gyula Feher and) wanted a way for his friends in the army, who were deployed overseas in Iraq during the war, to communicate with their families. A product like Ustream would provide a way to talk to all your family at a time when the free time in the war zone was limited. [5]

The launch of its public beta in March 2007, Ustream is one of a series of live video sites, including Justin.tv, Livestream, and Bambuser. The company has experienced significant growth in the political, entertainment and technology. [6]

Ustream has witnessed many notable people streaming from politicians like Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, John Edwards, [7] artists like Tori Amos and the Plain White T’s. [8] Notable lifecasters as iJustine and E-tard The lifecaster [9] have left their mark on Ustream aswell. The technology community has also adopted Ustream to include Robert Scoble, Leo Laporte and Chris Pirillo.

On January 21, 2016, IBM acquired Ustream. It can be combined with Aspera, Clearleap, and Cleversafe to form unit of IBM cloud video. IBM plans to use its technology as part of a video offering of the company. [10]

Ustream basic service is free and supported by advertising revenue. A paid service called watershed was previously available, broadcasters charge based on each viewer and allowing any services or broadcaster ads supplied without advertising. [11] In 2013, Ustream eliminated the watershed program for Broadcasting Services Pro, based on monthly fees to broadcasters. [12]

Content autolock

Ustream uses a service application of copyright provided by Vobile, which uses a proprietary fingerprint system to automatically detect the content copyrighted. [13] [14] This system has been known to generate what are considered by some as false positives, blocking content that should fall under fair use, or specifically authorized by the current initiator. In one of these incidents, the official Livecast of the 2012 Hugo Award ceremony was completed because it incorporates authorized movies and television clips designated, causing “an avalanche of Twitter messages livid”. The next day, Ustream apologized for the incident and automatic locking temporarily disabled before they comply with “best balance the needs of broadcasters, viewers and copyright owners”. [15] [16]

See also

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  • Evntlive
  • Facebook Live
  • google Hangouts
  • FORA.tv
  • Internet TV
  • Justin.tv
  • Lifecasting
  • Livestream
  • Meerkat (app)
  • niconico
  • ooVoo
  • Periscope (app)
  • Snapchat Live
  • Social network
  • Spreecast
  • stickam
  • streaming media
  • Streamup
  • tinychat
  • TwitCasting
  • Twitch
  • Vokle
  • Webcam
  • You now
  • YouTube Live
  • YY