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LiveU Case Study : John Lennon Educational Tour Bus

The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus presented by Canon U.S.A. Inc. (Lennon Bus), is a premier non-profit 501 (c)(3) state-of-the-art mobile Pro Audio and HD video recording facility that travels around the country year-round to provide hands-on experiences for students of all ages.

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LiveU Case Study : University of Delaware

The Media Services department at the University of Delaware was looking for a live streaming solution to help raise the profile of the school and keep students, parents, donors and alumni connected to the school activities, sports, and special events.

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LiveU Case Study : Texas Tech University Sports Programs

The Texas Tech University athletics department was seeking a technology that would allow them to live-stream all of their school sporting events from multiple locations. Texas Tech, being very vigorous and dedicated to their athletics program, holds more than 60 sporting events to be broadcasted every year.

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LiveU Case Study : University of Southern California Sports Programs

The University of Southern California (USC) (www.usc.edu) is a coeducational public research university located in Los Angeles, California. The school’s Athletic Department, under the team name The Trojans, has won 120 national championships and fields 9 men’s and 12 women’s intercollegiate teams.

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LiveU Case Study : University of Oklahoma Sports Programs

The University of Oklahoma (www.OU.edu) is a coeducational public research university location in Norman, Oklahoma. The school’s Athletic Department, under the team name The Sooners, operates 17 different sports programs throughout each school year. The department’s Multimedia and Production arm produces television and online video content for the department, in the forms of live games and game-related programming.

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