Five church livestreamers share their experiences streaming during the pandemic, their top tips for other churches, and their plans for future streaming.
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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.
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.
Switcher Studio lets reporters from ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism step out of the production studio and produce polished live broadcasts from anywhere, using just iPads and iPhones.
“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.
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.
At Sun Basket, a healthy meal kit delivery service, the company has capitalized on the “show me” aspect of cooking demonstrations and the marketing power of live video to produce Facebook Live videos with Switcher Studio.
Bring the service from the pulpit to your church family's homes with live video. See how Real Life Church uses Switcher Studio for a whole new way to worship.
Social media star Stewart Reynolds (a.k.a. "Brittlestar") uses Switcher Studio to produce his morning talk show: "The Morning Show Thing"!
Here's a quick roundup of awesome videos from the first quarter of 2017.