Live stream graduations, award ceremonies, student news and sports, guest lectures, and classroom lessons to your community

Welcome to the world of live streaming.

Whether you are broadcasting student news and sports, guest lectures, award ceremonies, or graduations, having access to a quality live streaming setup can open up new avenues for reaching your audience and engaging with your community. Starting from scratch can be a daunting prospect. We can help you understand the basics, and offer suggestions that will help you to establish a successful, affordable live streaming setup.

Live streaming school news

Wirecast is used at every level of education

Use Wirecast to stream your school event

Wirecast is used in schools, colleges, universities and technical institutions all over the world. Professors, teachers and online educators use Wirecast to stream presentations, courses and lectures, online classes, software demos, tutorials, meetings and conferences, as well as public events.

Administrators and technology coordinators use Wirecast to stream graduations and special events, district meetings, and inter-organizational trainings and seminars.

Students use Wirecast to learn broadcasting techniques, build and grow community, broadcast sports, news, and school events, among many other uses.

What educators are saying about Wirecast

Shelby County Schools uses Wirecast to live stream graduations and events

Shelby County Schools uses Wirecast to live stream graduations and events

Background.

With over 100,000 students and 8,000 teachers, Shelby County Schools (SCS), located in Memphis, TN, is the 19th largest school district in the nation. To engage the community in its many activities and events—such as football and basketball games, graduations and school board meetings—the SCS Department of Broadcast Services launched a TV station called C19tv, which produces video programs carried by local cable.

Shelby County Schools uses Wirecast to live stream graduations and events

Challenge.

When the SCS Department of Broadcast Services embarked on its new streaming media initiative in 2015, their Operations Advisor, John H. Best, needed to find a solution capable of live HD video production and streaming, with a workflow that was simple to learn, user-friendly to operate, easy to configure, cost-effective.

Solution.

For the SCS Telecommunications Center, where the C19tv operation is based, Best chose Wirecast after evaluating other market options. Today, Wirecast’s real-time HD streams look better than the SD video that runs on cable TV. Wirecast has been running reliably since it was installed, with no technical obstacles to overcome.

See how other educators are using Wirecast

Amherst Middle School Uses Wirecast to Produce Live Morning TV Newscasts
Cornell University uses Wirecast systems from Telestream to deliver HD quality live streams of its Big Red home games to the Ivy League Network, ESPN3, and other digital platforms
 Harvard University uses Wirecast to live stream their sports
Soto Studio Uses Wirecast to produce an high-quality video lectures and webcasts for the Department of Preventive Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC
Cleveland Middle School uses Wirecast to bring their students and staff a high quality, daily morning show called RaiderTV
Rockdale Career Academy uses Wirecast to prepare high school students for careers in news and sports production
Whitney High School uses resourcefulness and ingenuity—and capable, cost-efficient tools like Wirecast—to advance an impressive broadcast media program

Resources to help you learn how to set up your school streaming system

  • e-book: Cost-Effective Live Event Streaming
    Starting from scratch can be a daunting prospect, so we have put together this e-book to help you understand the basics, and offer suggestions that will help you to establish a successful, affordable live streaming setup.