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Trying to decide which marketing conferences to attend in 2019? Here's a roundup of the ones we recommend — bonus points for conferences that emphasize video!
Before you go live, make sure you have all your bases covered. Here's a list of things to prep to ensure your live video is a success — and, yes, lights and camera are among them.
Its hard to figure out what to say when you want to go live. Use this guide to build a Live Content Calendar in 3 easy steps.
We’ll be in Anaheim, livestreaming with content creators for three days on the Switcher Studio Facebook Page. Check out our schedule of guests!
“We wanted something that would allow us to do live broadcasts to a high standard but without a professional crew and professional cameras every time,” says Lake. A Google search led them to Switcher Studio.
We’re certainly not suggesting that you forgo live video. In fact, we think it’s the combination of the real-time benefits of going live with the sustainability of replay views that make this medium so great.
Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas on August 25, 2017. Relief efforts would go on for months, but one such effort took place before the storm waters even began to recede, thanks to Facebook Live and Switcher Studio.
If you find yourself asking, do I even have any content I could use to go live? The answer is… probably more than you think.
Learn how frequency and consistency can help improve your live video strategy and help you engage with viewership and keep viewers coming back.