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shoestring-webcasting

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Update 25 August 2010:

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Webcasting on a Shoestring

 

Historically it has been quite expensive to produce and host a live radio program that is broadcasted for a global audience. Today, it is possible to share a live webcast over the Internet using a laptop computer, a high speed Internet connection, and a combination of free software programs as well as one $30 commercial software program. In this session I will explain and demonstrate how to use a Mac laptop, a USB cell phone data card, a web browser and the website Ustream.tv, Skype software, Audio Hijack Pro software (the $30 program) as well as Camtwist to webcast for a global audience on a shoestring budget. We will also explore how to use the free applications Ustream, Qik, and Mogulus to webcast live, as well as the live-blogging tool CoverItLive which can be integrated with any of these webcasting tools. Access referenced links on http://handouts.wesfryer.com/shoestring-webcasting.

 

This session was shared at the Oklahoma Distance Learning Association's annual conference on Thursday, November 13 from 1:30 - 2:20 pm. A Ustream.tv recorded archive of this session is available. Presentation slides are available as a PDF. (14.8 MB)

 

 

Example Webcasts

  1. Technology Shopping Cart Webcast 26 September 2008
  2. StoryChasers brainstorm 27 August 2008

 

Referenced Resources and Links

  1. iPhone LIVE Webcasting to UStream, Tiered iPhone Data Plans, Exaflood Rumors (9 Dec 2009 post)
  2. Ryan Gordon's instructions for webcasting with Ustream, Skype and Audio Hijack Pro
  3. Qik.com
  4. Mogulus
  5. CoverItLive
  6. Creative Commons Attribution-Only License
  7. A MacBook or MacBook Pro laptop
  8. A Sierra Wireless AT&T cell network USB data card
  9. A free Ustream.tv channel open in FireFox
  10. Skype software and a free Skype account
  11. Audio Hijack Pro (a $30 software program for Macs)
  12. Free CamTwist software
  13. Free SoundFlower software
  14. Oovoo: Up to 5 people in a web conference (not really a webcast since it's not open to a large, numerically undefined audience)
  15. Classic Zenith commercial for an amazing new technology fit for a king: a radio! :-)
  16. Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education
  17. Mogulus allows you to launch your own 24/7 LIVE TV station
  18. Qik.com - allows users to broadcast live from their cell phone (with certain models and carriers)
  19. MobiTV - watch TV on your cell phone
  20. Tandberg Content Server
  21. Elluminate
  22. WebEx
  23. Adobe Connect (was MacroMedia Breeze)
  24. Skypecasts (discontinued in Sept 2008)
  25. EdTechTalk - a network of educational webcasters around the world
  26. Book of Webcasting from the Webcast Academy

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