Nothing is more instant than a live streaming experience. And we’ve been doing this for a long time. Spot partners with industry-leading broadcast facilities and highly reliable content delivery networks to constantly refine our live streaming and other advanced media offerings. (AKA, we have smart people moving 1s and 0s.) This, along with our focus on broadcast quality and preference for redundancies, provides Spot with multiple options and approaches to every streaming project.
Spot also owns and operates our own dual-path KU Band uplink truck that is utilized for streaming projects as well as traditional broadcast transmission.
Do you have a webinar, live event, or corporate project that you would like to partner with us on? Or do you simply have an idea that you would like to flush out a little more? We are always happy to consult and see how we can help.
Similar to old saying the Cobblers children have no shoes, our website hasn't been updated in quite a while. We are now in the process of actively updating the website while still producing (some pretty complex) livestreams and virtual events for our clients. Keep checking back as we will be continuing to update over the course of the next few days and weeks.
While we are happy to have you in our studio we can also add you into our control room virtually as well. Remote Producer rolls are able to see our switcher Multi-viewers and communicate with crew remotely without being visible in the live production.
No, you do not need to be in St. Louis to utilize our services. In fact you can be anywhere in the world to use Spot as your Advanced Media Experts.
Absolutely! From best practices guidelines sent to the presenters, video tutorials and technical checks prior to the event with each presenter we ensure your presenter will look and sound their best on the day of your event.
As streaming industry leaders we stream all over the world for our clients so their global communications can be seen and heard by a vast audience.
Hey, spotties LOVE BBQ and Spotties love WiFi. Since we had the tools it felt like it was wrong not to do it.