I bring 21 years of hands on experience across all aspects of interactive application development. My skills and expertise span Internet, analytics, social, security, UX and interactive technology.
Successful in designing and deploying highly scalable audio and video streams for live events since 2010. Hands on experience with cloud providers including UStream, Wowza, Amazon, Akamai, Havision and more. Knowledgeable in device, desktop and cloud streaming setups for Flash, HLS, HDS. Hardware/Software knowledge with Telos, Haivision, Wowza, Adobe FMS, Wirecast, Icecast and more.
An IT leader with business strategy at the forefront. Today's campaign, email, social, text, web strategies must go beyond adapting to the customer's preferences. It must flow from one technology to another with clear, concise, relevant and timely content. I talk with partners, vendors, competitors to learn what is and is not working. And build strategy & road maps to help my business continue to grow in sales & engagement. What challenges do you have?
I have over 21 years of hands on experience building, designing and supporting technologies across industries. I provide down to earth common sense ideas and answers to connect tools with best practices.
Highly tuned to the current state of online digital ADA recommendations companies and businesses must adhere to.
I have spent the past 6 years as an active volunteer, chairman for events and local leader for the Boy Scouts of America. I have worked with organizations & individuals to educate, demonstrate, guide and enable other adults in becoming leaders. Through hands-on, classroom and group meetings, webex and other medium's teaching best practices, sharing success stories and program planning.
This is an I teresring market. Personally I have Chrome casr and Roku.
In my business work we are building Chromecast integrations to ease users ability to watch on mobile or push to their local TV. We also have built a few Roku channels as the platform has a lower barrier to developers.
AppleTV and KindleFire appear to have decent audience sizes but no where near the amount of channels available to watch/listen.
My feeling is that someone will start to team up with another and double audience side , giving way to more opportunity to engage. Similar to the cable & satellite battle happening with AT&T and DirecTV against Brifhthouse & Xfinity.
The technology is here, how do we make it easier for viewers to consume it.
Craig was very helpful and knowledgeable. Will contact him in the future!