What Is Live Broadcasting?
Live Broadcasting your event is a smart and strategic way to deliver an engaging, live experience to a larger online audience. In the world of digital marketing and social media, Live Broadcasting remains the optimal method for building your online presence and connecting with your viewers real-time.
Why Should I Go Live?
Whether you’re an event host, workshop facilitator, or a non-profit trying to connect with your supporters, Live Broadcasting is the perfect solution to engage your online community and instantly send your message to anyone, no matter where they are in the world.
We provide a 4K multi-cam experience so viewers won't miss a minute of the action. Live Broadcasting makes your local event global. We provide the infrastructure so that viewers from all around the world can virtually attend your event. Small venue size or capped ticket availability won’t limit the reach of your message. Earth Coast’s Livestreaming & Broadcasting solutions allow event hosts and facilitators not only to reach that larger online audience, but also engage with their community as if they were in the room. During a Live Broadcast, online audience members can interact with other viewers and participate in the event as it is happening.
Increase your Brand's Reach
Send your message out to new and larger audiences
Maximize your Profitability
Even if tickets are sold out, online streaming is infinitely scalable for your fans to view the event online
Boost your Marketing Game
Market to viewers during the Live Broadcast and increase your conversion rates
Immerse your specific Audience
From cameras to audio adapters, we bring our own top-of-the-line, tried-and-true Live Streaming equipment to every event
Focus on your Experience
We’ll handle all the tech while you focus on your event
Live Broadcasting is used in a variety of ways, in both small- and large-scale applications. Here's a breakdown of the three main types of events where you may use Live Video:
A Livestream Event is a small-scale event that anyone can tune into. Some examples include:
A Hybrid Event live broadcasts real events so that anyone can tune in, even if they aren't there. Some Examples Include:
A Virtual Event is a large-scale event that many people are expected to tune into without the need of a large venue. Some examples of a Virtual Event include: