The word webcast is derived from "web" and "broadcast".
Its use has varied over the past decade
by different types of organization and as the nature of the medium came into
public use. Webcasting is the "transmission of audio or video content
over the internet". A webcast uses streaming media technology to take
a single content source and distribute it to many simultaneous listeners/viewers.
can I watch or Listen to an event?
In order to watch or listen to an even you will need to have Windows Media
Player Version 9 or better. The most current version can be downloaded by
I need a High Speed Access to the Internet to watch or Listen?
Yes and No. To listen to any live audio Webcast you can utilize any type of
connection to the internet, which would include dial-up. To watch a taped
or live video event a high speed connection (DSL or Cable) to the internet
will be required.
can we get our team on the internet?
Sports Webcasting Network can customize a broadcast solution for you. We offer
the latest cutting edge broadcast solution with audio and video webcasts streamed
live and/or on tape over the internet. Complete with the staffing of an audio
and video production team, camera crew, technical director and broadcasting
team, Sports Webcasting Network gives you a cost effective, professional,
stress-free product. Call us today at 631-991-8367 to find out more
can I get the clearest webcast video picture?
Because webcasting technology is relatively new, webcast video pictures are
most clear when they are seen at normal size and will get more grainy as you
enlarge the picture. If you are viewing the webcast on your computer, it will
be most grainy when you enlarge to full screen. Our webcasts are filmed in
high definition, so if you'd like a crystal clear version of a webcast, simply
order a DVD.
happens if my computer does not play the webcast or it stops midway?
Often times America Online (AOL) has problems playing webcasts. Try viewing
the webcast through your Internet Explorer. Also older computers or computers
operating on the Internet using phone lines may have a problem. Try changing
am still having issues with watching the webcast. Now what?
if I want to watch or listen to a game after it's ended?
Sports Webcasting offers a video archive of all our games. We only offer audio
can we sponsor a game or an event?
Sports Webcasting Network advertising packages deliver a unique four-dimensional
advertising approach; with audio and video commercials on our broadcasts,
strategically placed internet banner advertisements on our website, and print
advertisements in our game-day programs which are distributed to fans. This
combination effectively directs our valuable viewers/listeners to our advertisers’
website/business/stores. Best of all we can customize an affordable solution
to get your message across to a targeted audience.
Contact us at 631-991-8367 to find out more information or email us
I order a DVD or VHS Tape of the game?
Yes. You can order a DVD or VHS by calling us at 631-991-8367 or on the web. Visit our DVD archive here.
Sports Webcasting Network have Employment opportunities?
Yes. We are always looking for talented individuals to join our team. Presently
we are looking for account executives, production assistants, broadcast talent,
contributing content and interns. Please check out our employment opportunities
by clicking here.
Call us at 631-991-8367 or email us for support at firstname.lastname@example.org.