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Web Video Essentials: Live Video Streaming

John Dudley

About this course

Learn the basics of live video streaming for marketing, advertising, and communication. John Dudley provides live webcasting solutions for some of the world's leading brands and causes via his DC webcasting service. In this course, he shares his expertise with you. He covers solutions ranging from commonplace consumer technology to integrating professional video, sound, and back-end content delivery solutions. The goal of this course is to help you understand the wide range of streaming options available—including live, simulated live, and on-demand streaming—and help you make smart video production, IT, and CDN decisions.

Topics include:

  • What webcasting is and what it's not
  • Determining if live streaming is a good investment of time and resources
  • Defining consumer, prosumer, and enterprise webcasting
  • What's a CDN? The basics of content delivery networks
  • Production equipment, hardware, and software
  • Front- and back-end roles and responsibilities
  • Integrating an on-demand content strategy
  • Measuring impact: Using analytics to develop actionable insights for the future

Curriculum1h 6m

  • Welcome
  • What Is Webcasting & How Does it Work?
  • Determining if Live Webcasting Is a Smart Investment
  • From Consumer to Enterprise & Everything in Between
  • Lights! Camera! Connectivity!
  • Production Equipment, Hardware, & Software Requirements
  • The Webcasting Team
  • After the Show: Integrating On-Demand Content Delivery
  • Measuring Impact & Determining ROI
  • Wrap Up

About this course

Learn the basics of live video streaming for marketing, advertising, and communication. John Dudley provides live webcasting solutions for some of the world's leading brands and causes via his DC webcasting service. In this course, he shares his expertise with you. He covers solutions ranging from commonplace consumer technology to integrating professional video, sound, and back-end content delivery solutions. The goal of this course is to help you understand the wide range of streaming options available—including live, simulated live, and on-demand streaming—and help you make smart video production, IT, and CDN decisions.

Topics include:

  • What webcasting is and what it's not
  • Determining if live streaming is a good investment of time and resources
  • Defining consumer, prosumer, and enterprise webcasting
  • What's a CDN? The basics of content delivery networks
  • Production equipment, hardware, and software
  • Front- and back-end roles and responsibilities
  • Integrating an on-demand content strategy
  • Measuring impact: Using analytics to develop actionable insights for the future

Curriculum1h 6m

  • Welcome
  • What Is Webcasting & How Does it Work?
  • Determining if Live Webcasting Is a Smart Investment
  • From Consumer to Enterprise & Everything in Between
  • Lights! Camera! Connectivity!
  • Production Equipment, Hardware, & Software Requirements
  • The Webcasting Team
  • After the Show: Integrating On-Demand Content Delivery
  • Measuring Impact & Determining ROI
  • Wrap Up