I'm the main tech guy at my church, and we're hosting a conference in September. One of my tasks is to find a service that's cheap (or even free) that people can access to view the events of the weekend.
Having the services and events saved online for any amount of time would be of some benefit, as well.
I don't know how many people would be viewing these video at the same time: I'm looking for something that wouldn't limit how many viewers at the same time.
Something that people can access easily without logging in?
So...can anyone offer advice?
I know I could google this but I trust the experiences and knowledge of the W-niverse here and the people involved...hence asking.
You said "live," so I think that means on ustream.tv (ustream.tv). I've never used it for broadcasting, but I've watched a few things on it. King of Keith usually sets up his marathon thing on it, too, I think.
Anyone who's bought the self-titled album by the Dead 60s probably saw it's copy-protected. Most of the other CD's that I've bought that were protected used Sunncomm's scheme, which is acceptable by me, as it doesn't really do anything.