Streamin’ Garage Uses TriCaster to Live Stream Adam Carolla, Earwolf Podcast

Streamin’ Garage, a live streaming and video podcasting brand, uses NewTek’s TriCaster 8000 to provide live content for Video Podcast Network for some comic relief at the Sundance Film Festival.

Comedian Adam Carolla launched the Video Podcast Network on YouTube January 15 with a live interview with Epic Meal Time’s Harley Morenstein from Corolla’s studio in Glendale, CA and streamed with TriCaster by Streamin’ Garage.

Five different podcasts aired live on YouTube last Friday and Saturday with guests including Tom Lennon, Paul Scheer, and more. These live podcasts include Comedy Bang Bang with Scott Aukerman; You Made This Weird with Pete Holmes; Who Charted? with Howard Kremer and Kulap Vilaysack; Call Chelsea with Chelsea Peretti; and the infamous Windy City Heat.

By utilizing TriCaster, Streamin’ Garage became an industry leader since its launch in 2010.  The company produces original content including the popular video podcasts, “Stupid For Movies” and “Stupid For Game of Thrones” and moved to the forefront of live music streaming with its “Stripped Down Live” series (hosted in season one by Tears For Fears’ Curt Smith).

“Streamin’ Garage has shown that a guy with good ideas and a TriCaster can create his own live content and broadcast it to the world,” said Philip Nelson, NewTek’s SVP of Artist and Media Relations. “It is exciting to see that television producers are using NewTek’s multi-camera live video solutions and making the move to the web.”

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Powered by TriCaster, and founded by Emmy nominated TV veteran Mike Rotman (Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, South Park, The Simple Life), Streamin’ Garage, is a multi-camera, live streaming production company and video podcasting network, broadcasting an eclectic mix of HD programs. Streamin’ Garage Video Podcast Network is syndicated to, Roku, Tivo, boxee, Samsung TVs, Sony TVs, and was chosen as a Featured Content Partner and placed in a coveted prime time slot as a part of the YouTube Live launch premiere.

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