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On-Screen, Mr. Sulu!


With the remake of Star Trek beaming its way to your local multiplex, it seems fitting to write about that which was once in the realm of 1960s Science fiction and has again found its way into real life. The ability to broadcast yourself to whomever you want, any time you want was once only in the hands of TV companies. Now thanks to the arrival of Webcasting, it’s within your hands too. A webcast can be as simple as a recorded video welcome message that you have on your website, or as complicated as a live video streaming web cast with synchronized slides and video and the ability to respond and interact with the users viewing your broadcast.

Here at DDA, we have been streaming video online since 1999. With those decade of experience, we have moved forward. We have state-of-the-art server systems with the latest flash streaming codecs, a full in house video studio, even specialized on-location HD cameras and HDMI 1080P equipped laptops. Thanks to our in-house programmers we also have the online software interfaces to handle whatever custom event you need to stream. Our on-location team is willing to leave and film your corporate event at the drop of a hat; especially if you happen to be in Hawaii, maybe a book launching for Robin Masters.

Webcasting is helping redefine how we communicate, You can deliver your message cost effectively (no travel)  with full control of a targeted audience (use of passwords etc). at your own convenience and accurately message the impact of that event. We are living in the Star Trek future of communication, join in before it passes you by like a rainbow smear of starlight, Warp Speed, Mr. Scotty!

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Entry by: mick


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