New to livestreaming? You may be wondering how to start your livestream broadcast. There are some definite things to do in your first 60 seconds to welcome viewers, acknowledge those watching on the replay, preview your topic and introduce yourself.
Livestreaming represents an enormous opportunity for public agencies. Whether you’re a water district, an air district, a health department, a police or fire agency, or any other number of public entities, livestreaming lets you reach out and connect with the public in new and exciting ways.
If you operate a business, whether it’s brick and mortar or based at home, you probably want more customers. (We all do, right?!) In this video post, Kerry Shearer covers the ways businesses can use livestreaming to build raving fans and loyal customers.
The live video revolution that started in 2015 with Periscope, and continued in 2016 with Facebook Live and Twitter Live, is continuing full steam ahead in 2017 as new features and more capabilities are released!
San Bernardino County's Blue Cut fire began August 16, 2016 and exploded overnight to more than 30,000 acres, sent a pall of smoke high over the Cajon Pass and forced thousands to evacuate as winds whipped the flames and burned scores of homes and outbuildings.
Live and fast-turnaround video is rapidly gaining momentum as a way of creating more buzz, excitement and connection for organizations holding conferences and events. But knowing just what kinds of video to do and how to do it can seem daunting.