10.12.2007 11:59 AM
NewTek Tricaster used to stream football events

Knockout Digital Media of Orlando, FL, a Web engineering firm, is using a NewTek Tricaster to stream live coverage of ESPN Radio’s “College Game Day” and “Monday Night Football” on the Internet.

Football fans can watch all of the action online at ESPNradio.com and view ESPN’s pre-game shows in-progress now through the end of the football season.

NewTek TriCaster allows Knockout personnel to live switch several component cameras, rolling in edited video, overlay titles, images, external computer displays and live Web pages with simultaneous output to video, projector and the Internet. TriCaster combines everything found in a live TV truck into a box small and light enough to fit into a backpack.

For more information, visit http://www.newtek.com/.

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