Mobile Content for Radio Diploma - Module 5 - Live Streaming Solutions.

Course Brief

This is the fifth module of the Mobile Content for Radio Diploma and will focus specifically on Live Streaming Solutions.  The one day module will be delivered by Mark Egan who is one of the leading trainers in this area along with founder of Titanium Media, Glen Mulcahy.  This module will allow you to delve into the opportunities that Live Streaming will offer for your radio programming.

Course Content

Introduction to PRO Video Livestreaming Solutions

  • LiveU, TVU, Bambuser, Quicklink, Mobile VIewpoint, Dejero


Single Camera Livestreaming to Periscope, Facebook and YouTube

Social Livestreaming best practices

  • Advance promotion
  • Interacting with your audience
  • Dealing with Spam and Abuse
  • Saving your livestream locally for use in editing


Technical setups and considerations

  • Multi-Camera Livestreaming
  • Health & Safety on location
  • Legal and ethical considerations
  • Audio solutions and other gear/accessories
  • Livetreaming via paired camers e.g. GoPro/Drones etc



Glen Mulcahy is Founder of Mojofest Ltd, the company behind Mojofest and Titanium Media, a media training and consultancy firm which specializes in mobile journalism and social video storytelling.

The former head of innovation with RTÉ, Ireland’s national public broadcaster, he has inspired and driven the growth of mobile journalism within RTÉ’s newsroom and across other European broadcasters. Glen initiated RTÉ’s mobile journalism project (“mojo”) and RTÉ is still successfully using mobile devices and apps to create finished news stories for broadcast and online which reach the highest possible quality standards. He also founded of Mojocon- the 1st international mobile journalism conference which was held on an annual basis from 2015-2017, Mojofest is his own independent version of this event.

Mark Egan is an experienced mobile-video consultant, journalist and trainer. He formerly worked for the BBC, where hew as one of the Corporation's first self-shooting video journalists.  Mark has worked across programming from news, to sports, features and marketing content.  He is one of the leading trainers in mobile journalism. He runs the Eurovision Academy courses on shooting video on smartphones and tablets.  He has also trained around the world with his company, Purple Bridge Media. In addition to training, Mark has spoken at major conferences from Paris to Kuala Lumpur