Posts tagged: webcast

Taylor Swift attacked at the Grammy Awards.. WOW!

Taylor swift is a true pro.. Not many people could be attacked like this and keep on going.. Must watch!

Why it’s Awesome to be a Nerd – By Wil Wheaton

Shortly after his run as Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Wil Wheaton joined the nerdiest company of all time, NewTek. At a recent convention, Will was asked “why it’s awesome to be a nerd” and gave this fantastic answer. Enjoy.. Proud to have him as a NewTek alum!

One of the most inspirational songs I’ve heard in a long time!

Just read the story of Zach Sobiech, a teen who was suffering from a rare form of cancer. He knew that he was reaching the end of his life and turned to music as a way to leave a message behind for his friends and family. I got chills when I heard his song, “Clouds”. […]

Chuck Muncie, NFL Legend and Livestreaming pioneer, dies at 60

Just found out some very sad news. A long time cool friend of NewTek, Chuck Muncie has passed away from a heart attack at 60 years old. Chuck was know for his BEASTLY running on the field. Punishing any DB that dared tackle him… I got to know Chuck for a much different reason.. He […]

Interview: NAB 2013 with

During NAB 2013, came by the NewTek booth to talk TriCaster, 3Play and the NewTek Developer Network! Check out their site HERE

Interview: Philip Nelson chats with Larry Jordan of Digital Production Buzz

During NAB in Las Vegas, I had a chance to sit down with Larry Jordan of to talk about TriCaster, 3rd party development and where the streaming industry is going. Check out the audio broadcast HERE Digtial Prodcution Buzz with Philip Nelson – NAB 2013

Interview: Philip Nelson talks NewTek with StudioTech TV at NAB 2013

Vance Willis of StudioTech TV interviews me from our secret press bunker during NAB in Las Vegas.

Robert Scoble: “Video Production for the Rest of Us Arrives with New TriCaster 40”

Master of tech, streaming and all things cutting edge, Robert Scoble takes a first look at the new TriCaster 40 from NewTek! Leo Laporte uses a NewTek TriCaster to produce the video shows on the network. So do many professional video producers, TV stations, etc. But getting a TriCaster usually costs more than $20,000. […]

Article: How One Tech Company Got MTV to Embrace Live Music

How One Tech Company Got MTV to Embrace Live Music Seven years ago a Texas company called NewTek launched TriCaster, a product that essentially puts all the equipment from a TV news truck into one box. It’s affordable as broadcasting equipment goes, with rigs as cheap as $5000. There is even a video interview with […]