I shared a presentation today at the 2008 Oklahoma Distance Learning Association‘s annual conference in Oklahoma City titled “Webcasting on a Shoestring.” The program description for this session was:
Historically it has been quite expensive to produce and host a live radio program that is broadcasted for a global audience. Today, it is possible to share a live webcast over the Internet using a laptop computer, a high speed Internet connection, and a combination of free software programs as well as one $30 commercial software program. In this session I will explain and demonstrate how to use a Mac laptop, a USB cell phone data card, a web browser and the website Ustream.tv, Skype software, Audio Hijack Pro software (the $30 program) as well as Camtwist to webcast for a global audience on a shoestring budget.
A Ustream.tv recorded archive of this 50 minute presentation is available. Presentation slides are available as a PDF. (14.8 MB)
I am updating the list of referenced websites and links from this session on http://handouts.wesfryer.com/shoestring-webcasting.
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