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    Default New Video Astronomy Broadcasting Website

    "Hey guys and gals, there's a new astro-video broadcasting website started up recently Video Astronomy Live for anyone interested in live/near live viewing. The site has been set up by two guys in the UK who felt the need for something a bit different to help promote video astronomy.

    A few key points:

    HTML 5 Player - The player used is multi-platform meaning anyone can watch live on the PC, iPhone, iPad, Android etc.

    High Quality Streaming - This is only restricted really by the equipment used by the broadcaster. If you have a decent PC, up-load speed an a high definition camera then the views will be spectacular! That said the normal views are not exactly poor quality just have a look at the video gallery and some recent broadcast clips.

    Broadcast Email Notification - Viewers and broadcasters can sign up for email notification when a broadcaster is planning or starting to do a show. No more random visits to a site hoping someone is on.

    Personalized Page - Each broadcaster has their own channel page which they use to showcase their work and demonstrate to the visitor what they can anticipate from that particular broadcaster.

    Social Media Outreach - Each broadcaster can share their broadcast across many social media platforms at the click of a mouse reaching thousands of potential viewers. They also have an embed code which they can use to play live on their own Facebook page or Twitter.

    Definitely worth a look and registering for the Live Broadcast Notification. They are looking for as much support as possible if you are interested in broadcasting or taking part in any way!"

    For questions/comments go to: Discussion Thread for New Video Astronomy Website
    Last edited by BobDob; 06-24-2015 at 02:37 PM.
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