Archive for September, 2008

Welcome to the Qrodo Blog

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Qrodo is a leading live casting service for sports communities. We provide predefined channels for all sports and you are free to announce and publish your sporting events to these.

Standard Qrodo Sports Channels

Standard Qrodo Sports Channels

You may also launch your own sport channel. Please contact us if you think you can create a business around a specific sport, club, geographic area or any other attractive branding. You know your domain, have sponsors or a network to leverage from. We have templates and a lot of best practices to get you started in a blink. Together we can accomplish favorable outcome.

Qrodo channels are unique in that they let you choose business model.

  • Base it on advertisements on channel page or injected ads into live event feeds.
  • Subscription based, where you let users pay per time period, on use or even per time period watched.
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BP-dagen…how much fotball can you take?

Friday, September 12, 2008

Brommapojkarna is the worlds largest fotball club (soccer) measured by the number of active players.
They are located in the western parts of Stockholm. Every year they arrange an event called BP-dagen, during which all Brommapojkarna teams play. Besides fotball there are activities, competitions and other fun stuff. This Sunday, the 14:th of September they will broadcast parts of this years BP-dag live using
Qrodo.

Wall climbing event: Stockholms Cupen

Friday, September 12, 2008

On Saturday, September 13:th Klattercenter in Solna (near Stockholm) will broadcast wall climbing as part of  Stockholmscupen.  The form of the competition is to try to climb as high as possible on the wall, and then there are a lot of other rules of course….like avoid falling down.

Check it out here:

Inaugural Qrodo Academy Evening

Thursday, September 4, 2008

On Wednesday September 3rd, we arranged the first ever Qrodo Academy. This a free seminar to help clubs get started with Qrodo. Obviously, Qrodo must be and will become completely self-service. We think that there are quite a few things to consider when planning and pulling off events so information and seminars will always be welcome. Setting up Qrodo, who is doing what, check and adapt to bandwidth, were to place cameras, do you have very short matches like in martial arts, or very long like cricket, how to report results, how much interaction should you have, how do you promote your event and so forth.

It also gives us an opportunity to interact with Qrodo users and understand what they consider important, difficult etc. And there by learn and make Qrodo a better product.

Look out for new Qrodo Academy’s, we expect to have one every month!