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NewTek Streams Homeland Security Conference

With TriCaster, anyone can simultaneously produce, live stream, broadcast and project a network-style production.
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For the second time this year, the NewTek TriCaster is powering the live streaming of a Department of Homeland Security conference, including the use of a virtual set system.

This time it’s the Homeland Security Science & Technology (S&T) Stakeholders Conference East at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center in Washington, D.C., May 18-20.

The TriCaster was also used to stream the conference’s West Coast version, in Seattle this winter, as described in the May issue of Government Video.

"Homeland Security officials who have used NewTek TriCaster to live stream past S&T conference sessions have been overwhelmingly satisfied," said Philip Nelson, NewTek vice president of strategic development, who also provided a demo of the technology at the conference. "TriCaster is used by an impressive array of government agencies, including Homeland Security, the National Governors Association, NASA and NORAD. It’s an honor and a privilege to address the top minds and decision makers in national security on how this device can maximize information sharing in preparation for, and during a crisis."

With TriCaster, anyone can simultaneously produce, live stream, broadcast and project a network-style production. A single operator or small team can produce a live show while switching between as many as six cameras with two DDRs, multi-channel effects and NewTek’s proprietary LiveSet virtual sets.

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