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Early Internet Video

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(Las Vegas, NV April 23, 2004) -- Managed Media Services (now StreamerNet Corporation) debuted the first Internet News Gathering Proxy News Application for use with third generation wireless devices at The National Association of Broadcasters annual convention in Las Vegas. 

The application, designed to be a cost-effective alternative to remote video distribution technology, offers a new medium for traditional Electronic News Gathering techniques.




Livestream was cofounded as Mogulus in 2007 by Max Haot, Dayananda Nanjundappa, Phil Worthington, and Mark Kornfilt, and has offices in New York, Los Angeles and Bangalore.[11] It launched with a free streaming service, and introduced its white label “pro” service in April 2008 with Gannett Newspapers as its first customer. In July 2008, Gannett invested in Mogulus with $10 million in funding.[12] In May 2009, Mogulus re-branded as Livestream.[4]



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