Live stream report of Winterclash 2014

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Live stream report of Winterclash 2014

30.000 Live viewers from around the globe.

The live stream report of Winterclash.

Most viewed websites with the livestream : Be-Mag , Extremeline.TV,

7 Live Cams, 3 without wires

Live Replays with slow motions

Animated transitions with sponsors

Live Interviews



  • Jose Saiote – Producer – Broadcast Engineer
  • Ruben Broekenhuis – Director – Live Editing
  • Max¬†Schweikert – Production and EVS Operator
  • Jullien Vidal – Project Management and Camera man
  • Dick Heerkens – Live Commentator
  • Sophie Planque – Reporter / Interviewer
  • Lamri Adjis – Camera man with shoulder cam and wireless transmitters no delay.
  • Harrold Schlomer – Camera man with a DLSR with wireless transmitter no delay and using skates
  • Student from Koning College – 4rth Camera man in a Tripod Next to us
  • 2nd Student from Koning College as extra help.
  • And many others helping


  • Winterclash
  • Be Mag
  • Loco Skates

The crew Behind the Scenes:

We asked during the stream for viewers to post snapshots and photos:

Audience in Livestream and in Extremeline:

extremeline website during winterclash 30.000 live viewers on livestream page!
Compilation of recorded interviews during the livestream

About Author

Streamline Media

Jose Saiote has provided effective results for businesses of every size throughout his career. He has worked for over 12 years in professional audio and video broadcast production. Along the way he has designed and engineered countless video and audio production projects. In working closely with video distribution, Jose began developing projects for the Internet in 2001. Jose has concentrated his creative energies primarily on designing, engineering, and developing digital media production and distribution environments which emphasize purely digital production; developing studio environments which transcend tape-based production and distribution methodologies and extend production and distribution capabilities over IP and satellite networks.