Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) April 10, 2007
Streamlogics, a leading global provider of webcasting (online broadcasting) applications and services, today announced that its video and audio webcasts can now be played on mobile devices like PDA's, cell phones, and other portable media players.
With the introduction of new video playback features in portable media devices, Internet users can transfer full-length webcasts, originally broadcast live, to their mobile devices to watch at their convenience. This entirely new medium for viewing on-demand webcasts greatly expands their accessibility and ease of use.
Video webcasts are converted directly to mobile video formats based on industry-leading MPEG-4 video technology. Audio webcasts can also be heard as standard audio-only media files such as Mp3. If applicable, the user can simultaneously view the slideshow that was presented during the original broadcast.
Watching audio and video on-demand content has become a leading Internet application.
"As mobile devices become more ubiquitous for business users, this improved delivery of on-demand presentations will allow our customers to reach more viewers. The original concept of converging technology is truly with us today: it has become very easy for people to access the media content they want, wherever they want, and on whatever platform they run," said Shaun McIver, President and CEO of Streamlogics.
Streamlogics is a leading global provider of webcasting applications and services to more than 500 enterprises, government agencies and associations. The company's online broadcasting solutions are utilized for internal communications, investor relations, lead generation, training, and product launches. Founded in 1999, Streamlogics is based in Toronto, with regional offices throughout North America. For more information about Streamlogics, call (416) 642-6532, e-mail info(at)streamlogics.com, or visit the website at http://www.streamlogics.com to request a demo.
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