Saturday, 27 September 2008
Friday, 26 September 2008
Early on we added notification options for the microblogging services Twitter, Jaiku and Pownce, so that your friends on these platforms get to know when you have something to show them via Bambuser. Many of you have appreciated this and now it's time to throw a few more services into the mix.
In the last few days we added support for Friendfeed, a social network aggregator, Identi.ca, a node in the Laconica open source microblogging initiative and Tumblr, a short-form scrapbook-like blogging service.
On all of these platforms we post one notification for each of your broadcasts. In most cases a text-only post with the title you've set for the broadcast and a link to the video. The Friendfeed API however, allows us to post a preview thumbnail, which we do when possible. Tumblr gives us the freedom to put the video player in the post so that your visitors can watch the broadcast directly on your blog.
If you are using any of these services, try this out via your settings page and let us know what you think!
Posted by tomsun at 19:47
Wednesday, 17 September 2008
Bambuser and Polopoly to Add Live Video Reporting to Web Publishing Solution
Wohoo! We´re happy to announce our partnership with the great folks over at Polopoly. We are gonna work together to make it even easier to broadcast and distribute Live video with our magic tool and within the framework of the industry standard publishing system from Polopoly.
And here you have the press release;
Polopoly and Bambuser to Add Real-Time Video Reporting to Web Publishing Solution
Web Content Management vendor Polopoly, an Atex business, and live video innovators Bambuser have entered into a partnership to provide customers with a fully integrated offering. The cooperation will allow web enterprises full use of the groundbreaking live mobile broadcasting technology within the framework of the industry standard publishing system from Polopoly.
The Polopoly Content Management suite is the favourite platform for major web ventures, containing a range of cutting-edge functionality. Polopoly enables high-performance personalized services, such as local weather and search services, quick polls and user ratings of articles. Adding Bambuser extends Polopoly’s advanced community module, where user-generated content can be managed in co-ordination with other content. Polopoly is entirely based on open standards to ensure platform independence and to simplify legacy systems integration.
The core idea of Bambuser technology is to provide companies and individuals with the opportunity to communicate audiovisual broadcast live using mobile phones or web-camera as the broadcasting device. Bambuser technology allows you to communicate whatever to whomever whenever you want --live and mobile, no cables necessary.
The integration will provide a ready-made Bambuser element within the web-based Polopoly user interface, containing all the high-end publishing features required by the leading online services. Flexible meta-tagging, automatic content re-formatting and fully searchable media archives are all components that will allow clients to include live video reporting with retained stability and control.
The integration will be showcased by Atex for the international media market at the upcoming Ifra Expo in Amsterdam, October 28-30, stand 11500. A beta version of the final product will also be available for sneak preview at the Web 2.0 Expo in Berlin, October 21-23, 2008.
For more information:
Gustaf Sahlman, CEO, Polopoly, +46 8 506 782 99, +46 70 447 8299
Peter Joseph, Global Marketing and Communications Manager, Atex, +44 1189 450 178
Måns Adler, Bambuser, +46 734 404220
Polopoly is the Content Management platform of choice for business-critical websites worldwide. Polopoly is a business division of Atex, the leading provider of software solutions and services to the global media industry. The company has nearly $1 billion USD worth of software installed worldwide and supports in excess of 800 customers in more than 40 countries. For more information, visit www.polopoly.com and www.atex.com.
Bambuser service gives the user the opportunity to stream live video from a mobile phone or web-cam by using 3G or WiFi network. The simplicity of the application and the unlimited mobility gives you the opportunity to instantly share your experience with your viewers and interact through the web-to-mobile chat. Share the world, Live and Mobile with Bambuser, visit www.bambuser.com.
Posted by Jonny at 17:14
Tuesday, 16 September 2008
How can the new network community benefit freedom of speech?
Under the title: Opportunities and threats for press freedom and democratization, IMS hosted a conference in Copenhagen 15-16 September to seek answers as to whether and how ICTs and networked communications environments may promote freedom of speech and press freedom around the world.
The first day was mainly focusing on a practical usage of new ICT´s and bambuser was one of the technologies tested by the participants of the confernce.
Also the conference was bamabused live for you to have a look- check it out here
Posted by Månster at 19:08
Saturday, 13 September 2008
Together with Jonas Landgren and Fredrik Bergstrand from Viktoria Institute, Bambuser will be exploring the usage of mobile live video for public safety.
A new research project on using live video streaming to improve emergency response work. This new project started 1st of September and is a collaboration between Viktoria Institute, the Road Traffic Safety Institute – SAFER, Lindholmen Science Park´s Security Arena, the Swedish Road Authority, the Rescue Services in Gothenburg and the Regional Paramedic Services.
The project seeks to explore how live video data from mobile and stationary cameras could be used in order to provide improved situational awareness and collaboration among the response actors involved in traffic accidents response work.
In this project, Bambuser will provide the live mobile video broadcasting capabilities necessary to provide on-location live video that will be broadcasted across the response actor network. Having Bambuser as a key technology and service provider is fundamental for the practical field experiments that will be conducted with the end-user organizations later this autumn.
Posted by Månster at 12:26
Tuesday, 2 September 2008
Bambuser would like to welcome Martin to our crew. Martin has already from the beginning been a decisive player in building the bambuser platform. Last friday he ended his time at Nokia and is now going full-time for bambuser. With Martin fully on the team we are looking forward to get back up to speed with our client applications as well as some great jokes around the office.
Posted by Månster at 10:58