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LiveStream was not the first to broadcast live over the Internet a birth. I believe OR-Live, Inc., now BroadcastMed, was the first to broadcast live a birth - at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, CT, September 23, 2006. I was the producer of that event. In fact, the producer of the first two live births on the Internet, the second broadcast live from a South Florida hospital. Here's a partial of the press release announcing the Webcast: Cesarean Childbirth From Hartford Hospital slp3D / OR-Live 55 min 52 sec - Jun 23, 2006 Birth by Cesarean Section may occur for a variety of reasons, including a large baby, placenta previa, prior Cesarean Section or a breech presentation. The process of childbirth remains an amazing miracle when accomplished through this surgical procedure. Watch Hartford Hospital physicians bring a new life into the world in this live webcast first seen on September 23 rd at 12:00 p.m.


How about a little of the technology involved? For instance, what format does the company use for its files? What about transport methodology? Thanks - KitchM (talk) 01:53, 11 July 2013 (UTC)

New LiveStream and LiveStream Classic[edit]

IMO the article could use some details on New LiveStream what's going on with LiveStream Classic. Have they announced any plans for LiveStream Classic? Are they planning to eventually phase it out or merge it into "New LiveStream"? Are they planning to continue supporting LiveStream Classic for the foreseeable future? -- Gordon Ecker, WikiSloth (talk) 03:01, 6 August 2013 (UTC)

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