Ustream ADs now working

I originally mentioned in a previous article about streaming church services live using Ustream that if you embeded the code directly into your website you would not get any Google Ads, well that is not true anymore, as we are now getting ADs showing on our live feed.

It is either that the ADs server was not working at Ustream, or they allowed us an ad free trial period to test the streaming service.

So if you are looking for an ad free service for streaming your church live on the internet, you will need to go for the paid version of Ustream called watershed.

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KC said...


I noticed your post, and I wanted to reach out to you regarding your work for churches. I'm not in Business Development, but I work for Ustream, and I'd love to get some feedback from you about your experience working with the site, and hear what you have to say about supporting churches' multi-media efforts.

I'd rather not leave my work email out here, on the web. Is there some other way for me to get in contact with you?


Anonymous said...

email me

Andrew said...

I've created a ustream account for our church, we're in the UK, and the church has about 300 people at our main services - but we'll probably only stream special events and one-offs... so not really worried about ads at the moment.

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