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#1 Posted : Monday, August 30, 2021 11:29:46 PM(UTC)

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Whether you’re streaming music festivals, conventions, sporting events, or other types of events, streams have become a popular add-on at events in recent years. Why? For starters, live streaming apps eliminate FOMO (fear of missing out) among attendees who couldn’t attend your event by giving them the option to attend your event virtually from anywhere in the world. But even more importantly, in the age of Covid they have become integral to running hybrid events. In combination with robust health screening, these services will be a core element of the return to live events, while letting you connect with fans and engage audiences that you couldn’t reach otherwise.To get more news about moonlive, you can visit official website.

Thanks to constantly-improving technology and mobile phones, event professionals now have a range of apps to choose from if they want to capture the uniqueness of their event and share it with the world.

But what are the best live streaming apps planners should be considering? What should they weigh in their considerations?

In this guide, we’ve outlined the top 11 live streaming solutions for events in 2020, plus their pros and cons so you can choose the best app for your event.
3 Tips for Live Streaming Your Event
Get to know your live streaming equipment. No matter what you decide to use for the big day, be sure your team runs a few tests. It turns out that most solutions have several different ways to enhance your content. If you’re opting for something lightweight, are there implication for battery life and stream quality? Will your network be able to support the data upload needed for your stream? These are all important things to keep in mind, so run a test to determine what kind of equipment setup you’ll need well in advance.
Before you stream your event, determine “why” you are doing it in the first place. What do you hope your audience will get out of the stream? Like with all technology, you shouldn’t just incorporate technology into your events simply because it’s trendy. Figure out how a live stream actually fits into the overall strategy of your event, and only then deploy it.
Test and retest your stream. Broadcasting your event to a live digital audience gets a lot less scary when you’re comfortable with the technology and have run many pre-tests. Equipment is one thing, but on the other hand you should also consider the digital experience anyone watching will have. During your tests, play around with the video layout (e.g. landscape or portrait) and test the video and audio quality. Understand what kind of fan interactions your streaming app offers. You’ll want to take every opportunity available to engage with your online audience.
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