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Live Webcasting Internet Broadcasting How To’s

Broadcast a Live Event with Adobe Flash Live Encoder
Step-by-step instructions — with helpful screen shots — on exactly how to do set up the Adobe Flash Media Encoder, run, and monitor your own live event. This “How To” is perfect for those doing this for the first time.
Broadcast a Live Event with Microsoft Expression Encoder 4
Step-by-step instructions — with helpful screen shots — on exactly how to do set up Microsoft Expression Encoder 4, run, and monitor your own live event. This “How To” is perfect for those doing this for the first time.
Broadcast a Live Event with Windows Media 9 

Step-by-step instructions — with helpful screen shots — on exactly how to do set up Windows Media 9 Encoder, run, and monitor your own live event. This “How To” is perfect for those doing this for the first time.
The Difference Between a Push and a Pull Live Webcast with Windows Media 9 Encoder

Explains the difference between these two streaming technologies (including the benefits and drawbacks of each), and helps you decide which one may be more appropriate for your situation. You should read this article before you set-up your event.
What is Required to Setup for a Live Webcast

Handy checklist of all the necessary items required for running your own live webcast event. Covers Internet connection parameters, hardware and software requirements (including where to get the software if you don’t already have it).

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