Ustream update – 10 months out

Well that was a fun ride. After 10 months of heading up Production Services at Ustream, I’m now back to contractor status. I’m still doing some work for Ustream, now as a consulting producer for specific events. The good news is no more project management, sales calls and contract herding. The bad news, no more free delicious daily organic lunches or stock options. I know, first world problems. I’m grateful for the experiences I’ve had over the last year and really enjoyed producing high profile live events for Ustream, some of which are listed below. The future is bright, though I’ve lost my cheap shades. If you’re looking for some help with streaming an event, feel free to drop me a line.

Here’s some of the notable live broadcasts I’ve produced or consulted on for Ustream:

Snoop gets ready to blow
- Zynga Mafia Wars armored truck explosion with Snoop Dogg (2 million views)

Cloudy w/a shocking chance of Katy Perry
- Katy Perry album cover art unveiling

Adriana Lima - Ustream
- Russell James photo shoot with Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima

- Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2010 week
- Chad Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch
- Taylor Swift 13 hour fan meet and greet in Nashville
- PacSun Beach Ballyhoo festival in Santa Monica
- SXSW Music 2010 showcases & Ustream party w/Gym Class Heroes
- TechCrunch Disrupt conference
- 2K Games unveiling of Duke Nukem Forever at Penny Arcade eXpo 2010
- Emmy Awards 2010 backstage live event
- Deftones LIVE from Dallas album webcast
- Damian Marley webchat at Ustream’s SF office

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3 Responses to “Ustream update – 10 months out”

  1. James Park
    October 12, 2010 at 9:14 pm #

    Those were some great broadcasts. I hope we will see more in the future!

    • October 12, 2010 at 11:08 pm #

      Thanks James! I hope so too.


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