Mogulus launching at NewTeeVee

Who needs a TV van? Mogulus is a broadcast studio for the Web

This is Mogulus' live broadcasting mode, in which you can cue up clips, add graphics, and see who is watching your show. CNET Networks

I'm looking forward to the public launch of Mogulus today. It's a live-streaming site, like uStream, but with the twist that it supports multiple cameras and other media sources at once. See our Sneak Peek at Mogulus, from earlier this year. With this service, a video producer can select which camera or file the audience sees, in real time. It's like a TV van, but online. CEO Max Hoat told me that Mogulus will be the official streaming provider of the NewTeeVee Live conference that starts in a few hours.

Also launching: A new home page for the site that will let users watch up to 26 Mogulus videos at the same time, on some kind of sick virtual video wall. Sounds like a great productivity enhancer.

See also: Operator11.

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