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UStream Allows Broadcasters to Create Mobile Apps

Have you ever wondered how independent producers of entertainment, such as all of the users on uStream are able to put together mobile applications for unlocked iphone 4 that will allow them to better advertise their live television shows online? This is something that they have been looking to do for a long time, and their partnership with Mobile Roadie to bring this to their users. The Mobile Roadie deal with ustream broadcasters to allow them to create mobile applications that will utilize their uStream live channels on mobile devices.

UStream Allows Broadcasters to Create Mobile Apps

This will allow for many of these broadcasters to better promote their shows to users of mobile devices, which has been a little difficult up until this point. The uStream apps will send push notifications to users when the broadcaster goes live, and will allow users to be able to RSVP for other events. They will also be collecting analytics of these which will allow for broadcasters to have a better look at the visitors that are using their streams. So far they have not had a lot of options available.

 

The ability for the company to outsource the development of the apps will allow them to get the best of what they have to offer without having to stray from their main business at all. this will benefit the broadcasters and will also allow them to not divert their attention away from ensuring that the service continues to grow in other arenas as well. A number of their larger streamers already have mobile apps so this may come a little bit late for some.

UStream Allows Broadcasters to Create Mobile Apps

They also developed an unlocked iPhone 4 app for a number of different companies in recent months including Random House and Sony Music. Mobile Roadie makes developing apps for anyone quite simple and bringing this addition straight to uStream broadcasters will only benefit the company.

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