The journey continues for Broadcaster.VC! We've been busy adding exciting new features and improving the look and feel of our product.
The last few months of 2021 have been very busy for Broadcaster.VC. Soon after announcing our Release Candidate, we added some cool new features (including WHIP [https://updates.broadcaster.vc/bringing-whip-to-broadcaster-vc/] and our collaboration with Subspace [https://updates.broadcaster.vc/defaulting-to-subspace/]) and we ended the year with a bang
You may have read our article [https://updates.broadcaster.vc/defaulting-to-subspace/] earlier in the week about defaulting our TURN network selection to Subspace [https://subspace.com/]; if you didn't then go check it out... But hot off the heals of talking about being able to use either Twilio or Subspace
CommCon Events Ltd just announced [https://updates.commcon.xyz/announcing-broadcaster-vc-as-partner/] our involvement in this year's CommCon Virtual 2021 and we couldn't be happier to be involved. CommCon has a place in our hearts because Broadcaster.VC wouldn't even exist without CommCon Virtual 2020. CommCon Virtual 2021 will likely be the
Subspace is now our default TURN network with the ability to force everything over TURN
Broadcaster is offered with 3 plan tier levels [https://broadcaster.vc/pricing] that include different allowances and branding options. Further customisation is possible by purchasing additional seats and, soon, add-ons, to really tailor Broadcaster's capabilities to each user's needs. Today we introduce our latest feature to help users manage their
One of the features we've listed as coming soon over on our pricing page [https://broadcaster.vc/pricing] is NDI input - the ability to pick up a NDI feed within your local network (where the local connector is running) and bring it into your Broadcaster.VC room as a
Back on the 26th of October 2020, the broadcaster.vc [https://broadcaster.vc] domain was bought and the idea of bringing the capabilities of Broadcaster VC to the industry became a reality. So it's only fitting that a year later, we kick October off by finally launching our Release Candidate