The Issues with Live Streaming with Music Twitch, and its parent company Amazon have found themselves in a messy situation with the music industry following a blistering letter addressed to Amazon founder/CEO Jeff Bezos.
Live streaming has found its way into the music 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. Many musicians, producers, and DJ’s have begun to host live streams in much larger numbers. Twitch saw a 385% year over year growth in their Music & Performing Arts content category. The number of hours watched grew from 3.6M in April 2019 to 17M in April 2020. For the music industry as a whole, that is an indicator that live streaming is in high demand. In addition to performers, music venues have also implemented live streaming. Whether hosting a show with no audience or throwing a hybrid event, live streaming can be a powerful marketing tool and an additional revenue stream for venue owners.
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Why Live Streaming is Taking Over Screen time has rocketed by 47 percent on smartphones and tablets. We are connected to the internet now more than ever, but at what cost?! It's clear that this trend has taken a toll on traditional cable companies. According to a study done by Survey Monkey, “60% of those that use both cable or satellite AND streaming services say they’re thinking of dumping cable/satellite in the next 12 months.” Even with compelling service bundles created by cable companies like Spectrum or Time Warner, customers are "cutting the cord" and choosing to put their money towards live and pre-recorded video streaming services.
Learn About The Industry's Shift To Virtual Live Streaming It started with the delay of one of the biggest festivals in the world. Then, while the world was just barely getting over the shock of Coachella being moved to October, Live Nation and AEG suspended all concerts for at least the month of March. As the months go on, there is still no exact date when concerts and live music events could return.
Here’s Why You Should Be Teaching Yoga Classes Online Have you ever struggled to teach a yoga class while balancing a full-time job? Do you travel a lot, and wish you could spend less time traveling and more time teaching? Are you limited by the physical space at your yoga studio, and would like to reach more students and make more money? There is a solution to all of these problems when you consider teaching online virtual yoga classes over traditional in-person yoga classes. Live streamed, online yoga sessions are also likely to benefit your students. Students that have time constraints, and can’t seem to squeeze in enough time for their workouts may benefit from taking online classes instead. Consider the following pros and cons of teaching yoga online.
Level Up Your Streaming Time crawls by when you are waiting on video to buffer, if it even allows buffering! We have felt the painful drags while trying to live stream quality content. Not to mention, worst case scenario, when your live-streaming drops out entirely in the middle of your event or broadcast.
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Key Factors to Consider When Deciding What Price to Sell Tickets for Virtual Events So you have an event you’d also like to live stream or you are thinking about hosting a fully virtual online event. Congrats! You are helping to propel your event into the future and increasing your reach by live-streaming. According to a study done by Livestream and New York Magazine “67% of audiences who watched a Livestream purchased a ticket to a similar event the next time it occurred.”