Archive for October, 2008

Oprah.com streaming The Women’s Conference live using Adobe Flash!

Oprah.com is at it again pushing the Internet to reach a massive audience – this time by streaming the largest one-day conference for women in the nation.

Hosted by First Lady of California, Maria Shriver, the event is designed as a forum for sharing perspectives and inspiring one another. Over 14,000 women are expected to participate in one physical arena plus an unprecedented reach over the internet.

Today (October 22nd, 2008) from 11am – 5:30pm (EST) you can watch this incredible event live. With appearances from Jennifer Lopez, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bono, Madeleine Albright and other political and entertainment giants.

You can watch the LIVE WEBCAST: http://www.oprah.com/article/oprahshow/20081009_tows_conference

To get the reach this initiative needed to deliver a live video experience, organizers are using live Adobe Flash streaming technology. New statistical data now ranks Adobe Flash technology as the #1 format for video on the web, with 99% of viewers in the U.S. (97% worldwide) using Adobe Flash technology to watch videos online (Source: August 2008 data from independent research firm ComScore)

Good luck with the conference everyone!

Help test the next generation of Flash Media Server software!

Adobe would like your help to test the next version of our Flash Media Server software, the best way to deliver media to the Adobe Flash platform and to create rich interactive solutions.

Learn about some of the exciting new features we’re adding that will significantly improve the quality of media delivery to Adobe Flash player 10 and make it much easier to deploy your own Flash Media Server. Discover how new delivery technology can help improve the video performance and delivery the best experience to your audience. You will also get a sneak peak in some exciting new live streaming technology.

By participating you will have access to discuss Flash Media Server and streaming with the experts at Adobe and within the community to build relationships and get a jump on creating new media experiences for Flash player.
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