01.18.2013 10:29 AM
Livestream, Verizon update Broadcaster

Livestream has announced a partnership with Verizon that updates its Livestream Broadcaster. 

The company has partnered with Verizon Innovations Labs to debut Livestream Broadcaster LTE with a built-in Verizon 4G modem and data plan. It's an upgrade from the original Livestream Broadcaster with built-in batteries instead of AA batteries and support for 5.4GHz Wi-Fi.

Another update is a live field encoding device that lets users go live instantly without a PC. All that’s needed is a camera (video or photo) with HDMI out. No longer is an outside Wi-Fi/Ethernet Internet connection required to broadcast live.



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