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Don’t Cancel That Event—Make It Virtual With Accessible Livestreaming

by Anna Hochberger

Livestreaming retains the real-time feel of live events. Follow these tips on choosing livestream platforms, translating your content, and engaging guests.


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How to Livestream Your Church Service Without Disrupting It

by William H. Adams

From placing cameras strategically to knowing your church's culture, here are some tips on livestreaming your worship services once doors reopen.


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4 Reasons for Churches to Keep Livestreaming Post-Pandemic

by William H. Adams

As states reopen, should churches keep livestreaming worship services? We asked a digital ministry expert who started streaming long before the pandemic.


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How Dozens of Musicians Came Together to Raise Money on Facebook Live

by Anna Hochberger

Two companies and 48 musicians came together for a virtual concert that raised $50k+ for those affected by COVID—and they streamed it with Switcher Studio.


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How Conference Speakers Can Keep Up Business During Social Distancing

by Anna Hochberger

What's a conference speaker to do when conferences are canceled? Here are a few ideas: beef up your website, get published, and livestream your sessions.


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How to Use YouTube Premiere to Schedule a Video

by Anna Hochberger

With YouTube Premiere, you can upload a video to YouTube and then schedule it to debut at a specific time. We cover how to use YouTube Premiere — and why you may want to!


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How TV News Gets Produced Remotely During Social Distancing

by JP Mattingly

From CNN and Fox to late night TV, how exactly are television shows getting made when everyone's working from home? We take a look at how production methods have changed.


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How to Use Facebook Watch Party to Share a Live or Recorded Video

by Anna Hochberger

Facebook Watch Parties let people watch the same videos — live or prerecorded — simultaneously, creating a coviewing experience. Here's how (and why!) to start a Watch Party.


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Louisville Nonprofits, Small Businesses Get Switcher Free for 3 Months

by Kate Brannen Smith

To help those in our hometown stay connected from a distance, we’re giving three free months of our livestreaming software, Switcher Studio, to select metro Louisville area nonprofits, news organizations, and small businesses.


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This Musician Is Still Performing During COVID-19 Thanks to Live Video

by Vince Alten

Air Force veteran turned singer-songwriter Vince Alten relies on live performances to make a living, which is why he's turned to livestreaming in the days of social distancing.


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