Churchstreaming.tv Joins NewTek Developer Network

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Churchstreaming.tv joins NewTek Developer Network

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Churchstreaming.tv, the leading streaming video service provider for churches, announced its entrance into the Newtek Developer Network. This allows seamless integration of the Churchstreaming.tv platform with NewTek TriCaster multi-camera live video production systems.

Churchstreaming.tv is a full-featured video streaming platform that offers unlimited live streaming and viewership along with video archiving and full website integration. Viewer mapping and statistics provide detailed data about the audience and the types of devices they are viewing from.

"We are very excited to have our platform integrated with NewTek's TriCaster live production systems. We are seeing a trend toward churches seeking a higher quality production of their audio and video services. Combining the great production capabilities of TriCaster with the robust features of the Churchstreaming.tv platform creates such an easy and affordable way for churches to create high quality video production and broadcasting," said Michael Smith, Director of Marketing , Churchstreaming.tv.

Traditionally, high quality productions were only feasible for large churches in metropolitan areas and required an arrangement with the local cable providers to reach people in the community. With recent advancements in internet infrastructure and video equipment, any size church in any location can produce a professional broadcast and reach people in their local communities as well as anywhere in the world.

The availability of affordable tools like TriCaster and Churchstreaming.tv have come at a great time for churches. Because of the influence of the internet, more and more people are forming their first impression based on a church’s online presence. Staying at the forefront of this technology not only helps churches reach new people but also allows them to stay in touch with members who are no longer able to physically attend but want to stay involved in the church.

"I think that we have come to a point where the lowered costs of bandwidth along with the availability of great production tools has created an amazing opportunity for churches to utilize online video in a way that can make a huge impact," said Smith. "As we keep pushing down costs and increasing quality, I think we will eventually see this as part of almost every church."

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