Ustream has recently made moves to de-emphasize its free, live broadcasting service. But those changes are just part of a larger focus on enterprise clients.
Last week, Ustream sent an email to members who had free accounts, telling them that it was making changes to the way videos were stored or archived.
Live video company Ustream has been quietly transforming itself, according to co-founder and CEO Brad Hunstable, who said the company has switched from being an ad-supported media business to a technology provider that makes money from software-as-a-service subscription fees.
Today Ustream is introducing a new service to its SaaS customers — advertising.
Just about a month ago, we wrote about Ustream‘s new Broadcast for Friends app, which for the first time allows users to post videos directly to Facebook, so that their friends could watch those videos in their Timelines or News Feeds.
I've managed to build an internet radio with intuitive interface for my blind mother-in-law out of an old laptop and a Griffin Powermate dial.
Many of the radio stations she would like to listen to are only available as flash video streams from ustream.net Is there anything I can do (including running something perpetually from my home server) to convert these ustream streams in
This is it. TechCrunch Disrupt is back in San Francisco, and even though the show is sold out, we’re still going to bring you all the action on our official Ustream feed and on the site. Disrupt is just too big for one site. Watch TechCrunch’s social feeds for even more action!
Today is a huge day.
Here’s an example of awesome technology working, but potentially at the wrong time. The Salesforce/Dreamforce keynote was interrupted during its Ustream streaming due to copyright protection.
Wow!!! Ustream's automatic copyright protection just killed the Salesforce Keynote during the Coke Spot!!
Live streaming startup Ustream has come a long way over the last several years, but one thing holding it back is its homepage, which is a hodgepodge of “featured” and recommended live stream feeds, some of which are active, some of which click through to archived, on-demand videos.