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Toronto, Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) December 31, 2012
The new website which goes live today features three live demos allowing clients to interact with a live stream the same way their users would. Its important that our clients get to see what their webcast could look like before their event happens. Were focussed on raising the bar on quality and user experience compared to what theyre used to seeing says President of Eventstream, Michael Dawson. The new live demos feature multi-bitrate HD video stream, and social interaction tools such as live chat, polling, and sharing on Facebook and Twitter. Clients can also showcase their own Twitter feed and Instagram gallery direct on the stream page.
Also part of the new website launch is the return of the live Toronto Skyline webcam. The webcam streams from Liberty Village and faces east showcasing a skyline view of the City of Toronto. The camera streams in full motion video and offers a view of the traffic on the Gardener Expressway, as well as the weather over Toronto. The camera is live Monday-Friday from 9am-6pm.
Eventstream continues to elevate the quality for their webcasting and streaming clients. Our goal is to offer the best user experience and production values for live streaming in Canada continues Mr. Dawson. We want the viewers of our live streams to be as immersed in our clients webcasts as they are in their favourite television programs.
Eventstream believes their new website and service packages will allow their clients to make more informed decisions and discover how live streaming can help their event reach a worldwide audience.
Eventstream is a full service live streaming and webcasting company producing multi-camera online broadcasts for worldwide distribution. The company, located in Toronto, focuses on sporting, corporate and entertainment events and specializes in digital ticket sales and social media integration.
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