Live Stream Software Guidebook

Live streaming has found its way into the live event industry and it is here to stay. Whether hosting a completely virtual event or a hybrid event, live streaming offers a way to engage with a larger audience and provides opportunities for additional revenue.

How to Improve the Video Quality of Your Live Stream

Enhance The Visual Experience of Your Live Stream  There's no denying that live streaming is exploding in popularity. StreamElements and Arsenal.gg reported that the live streaming sector grew a full 45% from March to April, 2020. Not only are more people watching, but more people are hosting as well. 

Write an Engaging Video Script for Your Live Stream

How Using a Script Will Improve the Quality of Your Streams

How to Use OBS to Mix Video, Screen Share, and More on PromoStream

If you want to host a more professional-looking, high-quality stream then learning how to use OBS is a must. OBS stands for Open Broadcast Software. It’s a free tool for live streaming and video recording. It can be used with PromoStream to create more engaging ticketed virtual events. 

The History of Live Stream Events Online

The Timeline of How We Got To Where We Are Today In order to fully understand how live streaming software has become the giant that it is, it's important to take a look back into the development and history of streaming. Taking the time machine back to September 7th of 1927, Philo T. Farnsworth invented an instrument that “generated an electronic beam, striking phosphorescent screen and adjusted with electromagnetic coils" which is known today as the first cathode ray tube television

Cybersecurity in the Era of Hackers

Security Risks and Live Streaming: What You Need to Know The world of cybersecurity may be intimidating to those who are new to it, but it's an important conversation to have in this day and age. The internet can be a dangerous place, and everyone who uses it should be aware of the risks, and the steps they can take in order to protect themselves. With live streaming exploding in popularity, millions of people are starting to adopt new tools and technologies to get in on the action. Live streaming is now more accessible than ever before, and while exciting, there are risks associated with live streaming that you should be aware of. Ask yourself... do you have a cybersecurity plan?

Why Privacy and Security Matters for Live Streaming

Is your Live Stream Software Secure? Meeting intrusions during live video streaming has become such an issue that Wikipedia added the term “Zoombombing” to their website and the FBI released a warning. They reported that the highjacking of video-teleconference sessions was emerging nation-wide. Reports of unidentified individuals accessing virtual classrooms and shouting profanities and other inappropriate actions.

Why You Don't Need a Large Following to Make Money Live Streaming

How Can You Make Money Live Streaming? The common misconception behind live streaming is that people can only make money if they have a long-developed following and a larger audience. However, more people have proven that live streaming has been expanding, estimating to bolster and double in growth to become more than a $70 billion industry by 2021.

Everything You Need to Know About Hosting Ticketed Live Streaming

Why You Should Be Hosting Your Own Live Streaming

5 Strategies to Increase Attendance of Your Live Streams

Live Stream Platform Encourages an Increase in Attendance and Watch Time The world of live streaming has gotten a lot more competitive recently. The amount of monthly streamers on Twitch is up 37% this year alone. Standing out and garnering an audience is no easy task in the modern climate.

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