Microsoft Uses Newtek TriCasters to Connect with Developers
In this user story and video NewTel shares how Miocrosoft is utilizing TriCasters for thier Channel 9 Studio. Microsoft uses Channel 9 to communicate with their vast network of developers.
Microsoft’s Channel 9 Studio: Mobility, Minimum Crew, Maximum Production Power Microsoft developed its Channel9.MSDN video project beginning in 2004 to bring an unprecedented level of communication between the company and developers. In the years since, Channel 9 has grown to include outreach and interaction with developers on a full time schedule and with a variety of video content including tradeshow and conference presentations and interviews, video blogs, developer news programs, video tutorials and more. Production staff Larry Larsen, Golnaz Alibeigi and editor Kaitlin McKinnon make up the technical crew for Channel 9. The work of Channel 9 requires solutions that allow for both a one-person production crew in the studio for most shows, and for the mobility to go to multiple major events each year and do on-site production and streaming. A NewTek TriCaster 850 Extreme is the integrated multi-camera live production and streaming suite selected for the primary studio and for the on-site event production needs. Used together with Panasonic robotic cameras, audio mixers and other equipment, the TriCaster suite allows a single operator to crew a show (Larry: “It’s just Golnaz in here.” Golnaz: “Audio, cameras, music, I gotta do it all.”). read more...
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