Streambox Video Streaming Service with Google Glass App: NAB 2014

I checked out Streambox, an alternate live stream service for those looking to stream an event. They have services for everyone from the podcaster to those expecting thousands of views.

For simple streaming, Streambox has the and app that can turn a phone or iPad into its own camera. Of course you can always use a computer and streaming software to send video to the masses. An embed code will allow you to post on your website or other locations.

Streambox also has broadcast production gear including the Avenir Mini 2 – a HD/SD encoder with network bonding. You will be able to connect to Wifi, 3G, 4G, and to get the strongest and most reliable signal possible.

To help you understand the signal better, Streambox also has a Glass app available. This app is for the cameraman or producer – letting you know the strength of a wireless signal. If you have 3-4 bonded connections and one drops, you will be informed through Glass so changes can be made to fix the problem.

Streaming services start at $99 per month with a free trial period. For more information, check out


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