What Is SplashCast?

SplashCast is a media syndication service that enables anyone to create streaming media channels (combining audio, video, photos, text, and RSS feeds) and broadcast them live on any web page or blog.  SplashCast provides a level of security and trackability that is critical for content owners and creators, without limiting the content’s viral distribution potential.  Here’s how it works:

How SplashCast Works

SplashCast will be launched in late January, 2007.  If you would like to learn more or participate in the upcoming SplashCast Beta program, starting in soon, please register here.

12 Responses to What Is SplashCast?

  1. Beryl says:

    Please get in touch as we are about to launch our site with a new design and alot more functionality. I like what splashcast is and would like to learn more and talk about participating in the beta program.
    please contact me…

    Beryl Jacobson
    founder, executive producer

  2. Arin Crumley says:

    Check out our site real quick, we have a very popular video podcast with 8 episodes totally 63 minutes of content and are promoting a theatrical release of our film right now and would love to put this stuff in to action with the beta version.

  3. Great, Arim — Your work is excellent. I just checked it out. I’ll be in NY this week. I’d be glad to meet, tell you more and definitely we’d love to have you part of the beta program.
    Thanks. Alex.
    Alex Williams
    Director of Community Development

  4. Alex Williams says:

    Beth — I’d love to talk. I’ll drop you an email. Thanks, Alex.

    Alex Williams
    Director of Community Development

  5. matthew says:

    Splashcast looks interesting – we need beta testers for a video media player we built – check it out and ask questions or hit me back!



  6. Sam Thompson says:

    I like idea and would like to know more

  7. […] Get deal for SplashCast who earned former TechCrunch writer Marshall Kirkpatrick.  SplashCast has a Channel type media player, so content can easily be syndicated to embedded players on webpages.  I’m thinking it’s like a media player ‘Include’. Marshall wrote this previous analysis of SplashCast a few weeks ago. […]

  8. Hi Alex,

    It’s nice to see the roots of QMind evolve. As you may know, Thomson NETg is a leading provider of online learning with a heavy emphasis on Flash interactive graphics etc. In particular though our live learning web services, which include online classes led by two instructors and a 24×7 mentoring service, use a broadcast approach with shows (live class sessions) happening at scheduled times supported by 24×7 access to session recordings and supplemental content (exams, labs, students guides etc)including learner-generated content (wikis etc).

    With an extensive array of video and audio recordings plus blogs, podcasts and wikis for each class I would be interested in exploring the beta of SplashCast to see if your approach to channels would allow us to tie everything together.

    For a demo of a recorded live class:

    If you are interested please let me know.


    Ben Watson,
    VP, Collaboration
    Thomson NETg

  9. […] Quando si dice i casi della vita. Una settimana fa a Le Web 3 ho avuto modo di vedere la presentazione del player video di Splash Cast e ieri Marco mi ha segnalato un post che tratta di feed reader pubblicato proprio sul blog di Splash Cast. […]

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