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 Hull University Broadcasts International Sustainability Conference with Libre’s encloudHD™

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VANCOUVER – Nov. 7, 2012 - Vancouver’s Libre Communications encloudHD Streaming Solution Broadcasts International Sustainability Conference from Hull University in the United Kingdom.


Libre Communications, based in Vancouver, BC, has continued its international expansion with the latest global broadcast of a major live event through its High Definition, cloud streaming network. encloudHD is the most advanced evolution of live streamed events. Its reduced bandwidth requirements allow content to be globally distributed in HD through secure channels. Education, corporate communications and large to local events are able to be broadcast from the simple to use encloudHD device.


More than 150 delegates, from over 20 countries, represented the differing interests of nations across the world and shared expertise on a range of issues at The 18th International Sustainable Development Research Conference, from social, policy, economic, business and engineering perspectives. Subject matter included waste management, renewable energy, housing, supply chain cooperation, water supply and company environmental management.


Dr. Pauline Deutz, event director and lecturer explained, “The International Sustainable Development Research Society aims to promote collaboration and dialogue of a high quality, to build bridges between different research communities. Libre Communication’s very high quality live streaming platform offers us access to the latest and most engaging communications tool available – live internet streaming. We hope to build bridges between research and its applications via a worldwide collaboration of like-minded societies and live streaming facilitates just such an opportunity. The ability to present our material live and in high definition contributed enormously to this very important effort. ”


Dr. Deutz was quick to point out, “What makes more sense than bringing together a worldwide audience around green solutions than using the greenest possible collaborative solution available -live internet streaming? Hat’s off to Libre for making this effort easy and cost effective to accomplish.”


Libre CEO, Phil Nerland, added, “Libre was proud to provide Hull University and this prestigious event with the opportunity to reach an international network of contributors. This event, and our success within the education and corporate communications sectors, has rapidly driven the growth in demand for our encoding and broadcasting solution. It’s an exciting time, and we expect the rest of 2012 to continue in the same vein”



About Hull University CASS

CASS (The Centre for Adaptive Science and Sustainability) is developing the University of Hull’s position as a leader in the environmental and renewables sectors. Key to the climate change, carbon and resource agendas, these sectors offer prominent opportunities, locally, regionally and globally. This organisation, formed by the University of Hull and Yorkshire and Humber’s other principal research intensive universities, conducts high-value commercially focused low carbon R&D activities. For more information, go to


About Libre Communications

Libre Communications is an international organization managed from offices in Canada, the USA and the UK. Its encloudHD media solutions bring a new dynamic to the streaming media abilities of organizations including education, government, corporations and healthcare. Libre has patented live and on-demand encoding broadcasting and global Cloud-based streaming services which introduce new levels of security, content delivery, ease-of-use, profitability and scalability to an essential part of every organization’s communications objectives.  More information is available at

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Phil Nerland
CEO, President
Tel: +1 (604) 307-3601
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