With businesses continuing to expand their operations to multiple locations and remote areas, the Internet truly serves as a viable option in keeping communication lines open. Mozcom video-over-IP services bridge the physical distance and allows realtime collaboration and multimedia information to flow in a natural manner.
Our facilities can let you broadcast live or pre-recorded events to audience anywhere in the world. The viewer simply need to use a web browser or Microsoft Windows Media Player, which is pre-installed in majority of PC's, to receive the full video and audio feed. The event may be streamed live or may be pre-recorded. Popular live streaming events include conferences, school graduations, conventions, sporting events, and press conferences. Training materials, product virtual tours or demos, and TV commercials can be pre-recorded and stored in our media server for non-realtime streaming.
For content producers who are interested in monetizing their intellectual property, we can design and implement a Digital Rights Management (DRM) system based on Microsoft Windows Media technology. Audio and video may be protected from unauthorized viewing. Together with the PayEasy Online Payment System, producers can charge for their content in a variety of ways -- pay-per-view, subscription, or ala-carte downloads.
Some of the historical milestones of our videostreaming service include:
- July 7, 2004 — PBA fans around the world were treated to a rare spectacle. For the first time in PBA history, a game was officially webcasted lived over the Internet. And it was not just any game. It was the Game 4 of the Fiesta Conference Finals between the crowd-favorite Barangay Ginebra Kings and the Red Bull Barako, which the Gin Kings won to capture the crown. A total of more than 700 online viewers spanning Singapore, to North America, to the Middle East, tuned in to the webcast.
- March 23, 2006 — the graduation ceremonies of the Ateneo Grade School, High School, and Loyola Schools, were streamed live on the Internet. Ateneo de Manila University (AdMU) became the first university in the Philippines to stream a live video broadcast of its rites. The event was organized by the Konrad Adenauer Center for Journalism and was meant to allow friends and relatives overseas to be part of this special occasion. The event has since been an annual tradition.
- July 27, 2006—The Ateneo Graduate School of Business (AGSB) hosted a by-invitation only business leadership forum titled “Take A Chance on Ourselves, Invest in the Philippines” at the Ateneo Professional Schools (APS) Auditorium in Rockwell. The event was shown to AGSB’s off-campus sites in Cebu, Sta. Rosa and Subic via IP-based video conference facility of Mozcom and was also covered live in a webcast. Over 800 senior executives from the business sector, faculty and students attended.
- April 3, 2008 - Nobel Laureate for Chemistry Aaron J. Ciechanover held a talk at the AdMU Loyola Heights campus in Quezon City.