TriCaster is turning 10 years old this year. Houses of worship were early adopters of TriCaster back in those days due to its position of strength for organizations that needed to communicate through video to multiple screens and audiences on a very limited budget and limted manpower––in the case of many churches, volunteer manpower with little or no background in video production.
TriCaster’s success can be attributed to in part by the success of these early adopters and continues to grow stronger and more powerful all the time — right along with the many congregations it serves that seek to expand their own capabilities and reach. One such house of worship is Bethany Congregational Church in Greenland, New Hampshire, highlighted in a recent article published in Technologies For Worship magazine. Bethany’s challenge was to send a live video feed to a sister church 20 miles away on Sundays as well as handle SD and HD feeds simultaneously, challenges TriCaster was designed for, as they found out.
For full story in Technologies for Worship, click HERE.
For more information about TriCaster for Houses of Worshp, click HERE.