A benefit for Children of the Night in Los Angeles was one of the first audio/video
webcast on the internet back in 1995. The show and webcast was produced by
Benford Standley and his company West Productions, with Doug Weston, owner
of the World Famous Troubadour in Hollywood, California.
The earliest webcast equivalent of an online concert and one of the earliest examples of webcasting
itself was by Apple Computer's Webcasting Group in partnership with the entrepreneurs Michael Dorf
and Andrew Rasiej. Together with David B. Pakman from Apple, they launched the Macintosh New
York Music Festival from July 17–22, 1995. You can see more on the history of audio/video webcast
More on the digital history of Benford Standley
from the Flyer:
A NOTE TO ALL YOU WEBSURFERS
We will be Broadcasting "Kickin' Up Dust" LIVE to the Internet.
For more information visit our website at: http:t-world.com (troub-T.V.)