Celebrating 30 Years of Streaming Innovations.

We’re thrilled to invite you to the Streaming Innovations online webinar. On this event recognised industry leaders will share the past, the present, and the future of streaming. We welcome you to register for free and join us on January 11, 2024, at 17:00 CET (11:00 EST).

'Streaming Innovation' Online Webinar agenda

30 Years of Streaming

On November 4, 1994, something amazing happened – the first livestream ever took place in Simplon, Groningen. Three enthusiasts among which Jet-Stream CEO Stef van der Ziel produced a live stream of a concert that played smoothly natively in Netscape Navigator. At that time, they didn’t realise it, but this event was the start of a whole new era. Watch this short film about the early days of streaming innovations.

The (R)evolution of Streaming

In the years that followed, the streaming revolution expanded its horizons, transcending geographical boundaries and bringing people together in ways previously unimaginable. From the early days of grainy concert clips to today’s crystal-clear 4K streams, the journey has been one of relentless innovation and boundless creativity.

Disrupting Media, Connecting the World

The advent of online video and live streaming and the continuous innovation of our industry have not only transformed the media and entertainment landscape. It has also become an integral part of education, business, and social interactions. Streaming enabled global knowledge sharing, and boosted global inspirations and creativity to levels we could not have imagined.

Streaming Through Time: Celebrating 30 Years of Innovation

To celebrate three decades of streaming, we invite you to join the ‘Streaming Innovations‘ online webinar on Thursday, January 11, 2024, at 17:00 CET | 11:00 EST. This event promises to be a convergence of industry thought leaders, sharing insights and observations on the innovations that are transforming the streaming landscape. Which streaming innovations will help you share your creativity, knowledge and message in the future?