Live Streaming is not a new concept, but its demand has increased sharply over the recent Coronavirus outbreak. This can be attributed to the fact that many are staying home in a collective effort to curb the spread of the virus.
It would be erroneous to assume that live streams can only be used for video games or events. The platform has so much more potential beyond that. You could use it for things like repurposing your content, sharing insights on new trends or even hosting webinars.
If your event is disrupted due to the Covid-19 situation, you may consider engaging professional live stream/webinar service providers.
Table of Contents
- Why Live Stream?
- How do Live Streams Work?
- Engaging a Professional Live Streaming Service Provider
- Producing a Live Stream
- Vivid Snaps Live Streaming Portfolio
Why Live Stream?
Live streaming can be used to create active viewer engagement. It gives way for a more authentic connection to be made and allows viewers to put a face to your organisation’s name.
Most platforms also favour live content. For example, if you go live on Instagram, there is a higher chance of your followers tuning in compared to viewing content you share on your profile. This increased exposure would help your brand gain traction, ultimately reaching a broader audience.
How do Live Streams Work?
Live streams happens in real time, usually without being recorded and stored. Compared to an event, there is no limit to the number of attendees. This also means people from all over the world would be able to view your live stream.
Engaging a Professional Live Streaming Service Provider
Live streaming may sound like a daunting task that requires strong technical understanding of camera equipment, set up etc. We completely understand your fear of jumping into this new medium to host your virtual or hybrid event.
This is why you need to engage a professional live streaming service provider who can provide an ease of mind when they deliver the best results for your virtual event.
From professional cable laying and camera setup to onsite trouble shooting, our professional live streaming technical crew strives to provide the best experience for you and your guests when they attend your virtual or hybrid event.
If you would like to engage our services, drop our project coordinators a message today and we will get back to you.
Producing a Live Stream
Producing a live stream can be as simple as speaking into your mobile device, but it can also be more elaborate and professionally conducted. At this point, you might be wondering if there would be a difference whether you engage a professional or not. The short answer to that would be — yes.
Every piece of content you release will reflect on your organisation. When filming a live stream on your own, it can be very difficult to gauge and align all these factors (e.g. balance of sound, background noise etc.).
On the flip side, pristine visuals, good audio quality and a more comfortable viewing experience are just a few of the things that working with a professional will give you. If upholding a positive impression among your viewers is important to you, we suggest you consider engaging a professional to produce your live stream.
Vivid Snaps Live Streaming Portfolio
Since the Covid-19 pandemic, we have worked on many types of live streams for our clients:
If you would like to view our portfolio, drop our project coordinators a message via the contact us box at the side of the page and we will get back to you.