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What is streaming video or audio?
Streaming video or audio is video (as on television) or sound (as on the radio) delivered over the Internet via a modem or broadband connection.
Why is it called "streaming"?
It's called "streaming" because the sound and picture data flow in a digital stream from a server computer to your computer, ready to hear or view in real time, without having to download all of the content before you can enjoy it. It comes to you in a stream of digital bits... hence the term "streaming."
What it can be used for?
Business:
Regards marketing statistics marketing with video media can produce response rates of up to 60%, compared to 0.1% for print media". So you can increase your products& services sales, attracting new customers and entering new markets.

Education:
Educational establishments can provide course information to students Online and distance learning materials/packages

Entertainment:
Sell subscriptions for online access to:

- Sporting events.
- Races.
- TV programs.
- Festival events.
- Radio stations.
- Election Days.
- Religious Seminars.

What are the benefits of Streaming services?
- Cuts out geographical boundaries & time zones.
- Can reach a global audience& listeners.
- Reduces business travel costs, time and stresses.
- Enables users to view and listen to regular and unique broadcasts making them feel involved.
What is the cost of live streaming?
The cost of a live streaming service varies greatly depending upon:

- The duration of the event.
- The number of users that are likely to connect to the webcast.

We are also able to archive webcasts to enable users to control the viewing of a webcast in their own time. This provides the added ability of being able to fast-forward, rewind and replay as required (on-demand viewing), just like a more conventional DVD player.
What are the Hardware and Software Requirements?
You need to have following requirements in your system to listen to a live broadcast or archived file.

  1. A personal computer having 16 MB RAMS, 28.8 Kbps (kilobytes per second) modem, 16 bit of sound card and headphones or speakers.
  2. Microsoft Internet explorer 3.0 or higher, a Java enabled web browser, Real networks player or window media player.


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