Get strategies for delivering exceptional low-latency live video streaming experiences.
As viewers spend more time online watching live and on-demand video content, broadcasters and content distributors are under increasing pressure to deliver an exceptional low-latency live video streaming and on-demand experience, on any device.
Join the video delivery experts from Limelight Networks when they share strategies for implementing a cost-effective solution at global scale, without sacrificing the quality your audiences expect.
They will also discuss how to:
- Deliver live video at 3 to 5 second latencies through HLS and DASH chunked streaming techniques or sub-second latencies through emerging WebRTC technology
- Reach the widest possible audience with multi-device streaming
- Optimize all points in your video workflow to ensure broadcast-quality experiences
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