On a monthly basis, DaCast releases a newsletter to all registered members. The newsletter contains information on recently debuted features, upcoming updates, spotlights on succesful streams, well recieved pay per view events and also general streaming news. If you aren’t already receiving the newsletter and would like to, then please take a few seconds to register.
DaCast at NAB, That VidBlaster Guy!, special VidBlaster discount offer and more details on the upcoming mobile delivery for devices in our April newsletter in full Spring mode.
Details the beta program for the HTML5 streaming from DaCast for mobile delivery to iOS based devices and more. Includes a highlight of the TV-Polmusic broadcaster who features content worldwide.
Special, limited time offer for the multi-camera capable Wirecast encoder. Also includes a GB offer for community participation and highlights the Lake Junaluska Conference & Retreat Center.
2013 sees a new version of the DaCast platform, shown off here. Covers basic features and details for the platform, coming in a few days. Also highlights the success of Television Mobile Resources.
A new year, and a new DaCast. We highlight a great customer, selling video content, while we also give an exclusive, early sneak peak of what the new DaCast coming in 2013 looks like.
For the holidays, DaCast is introducing a referral program for bandwidth and accounts signed up in December. Furthermore, DaCast has updated storage tracking and highlights the film Dear Lina.
DaCast recently redid our main website, providing a cleaner look with a new login interface.Updates will continue to the backend, adding new features and improving how you manage video content!
DaCast now accepts broadcasters to sell content through Euros and has enabled multi-bitrates for VOD, along with celebrating another success story from the Oregon Children's Choral Festival and special offer from Telestream.
To celebrate our new player, DaCast is unleashing a brand new newsletter as well. Read up the new player, another success story with Mishka Productions' live event programming and more in the relaunch of our newsletter.
Its midsummer and DaCast is teaming up with Telestream to offer a special, limited time discount on their popular Wirestream encoder. Click for more details on the offer. The success of Cowhead TV, a video radio broadcaster over DaCast, is also given the spotlight this month while mention of the new public APIs, that are now available for all users, and our weekly tutorials are covered as well.
DaCast's first Summer newsletter, covering the June 28 webinar on best practices for encoding, especially on demand content. The Ernest Hemingway Elementary school, which does student powered broadcasts within a closed network to over 400 children, is also highlighted along with DaCast's new addition of HTTPS delivery. The latter allows for greater integration with Facebook and other services.
DaCast has released a brand new promo code feature that offers a powerful new set of tools for broadcasters to more effectively sell streaming content. The ongoing success of Black Dog Enterprises, who has done over 300 sports game broadcasts, is also highlighted along with mention of the DaCast live tutorials.
Our end of Spring newsletter offers a unique gift card opportunity for new sign ups, and covers our ongoing live tutorials every Tuesday. The recent pay per view success of the Miami Boys Choir is also highlighted, along with the exciting new Streamer PRO encoder that can be used with DaCast.
Our third newsletter covers our next webinar on live streaming using paywalls for monetization. It also showcases the Jung Platform which provides educational programs on Jungian psychology. Finally, it highlights the recently introduced annual prepayment options for our monthly plans.
Our second newsletter covers our upcoming webinar on live streaming and monetizing content. It also highlights a success story from the continued monetizing of classes from Amazing Yoga. It ends with a new feature, that shows the details of who bought a Pay Per View or Subscription.
DaCast’s first newsletter, which lays out the objective of future newsletters, celebrates the release of the new interface for DaCast broadcasters. It also highlights the recently release schedule feature, which allows presales for a timed release of live or on demand content.