40 Live Streaming Tips To Make Your Broadcast Better
No doubt about it: Broadcasting anything live has its challenges. There’s no stopping and no do-overs, which makes multitasking mandatory and quick thinking critical. You also never know exactly where your content might take you.
4 Multi-Camera Production Techniques
Using multiple cameras for your live broadcast has its advantages. You can cover more territory and enhance the content with varied angles and interesting shots—all of which have the potential to make your live stream more appealing to viewers. In case you missed it, the key word there is potential.
Advancing Your Live Stream Setup
All of us at PrestoSports are huge advocates of incremental improvement. (If you’ve never heard us say “Rome wasn’t built in a day,” you clearly haven’t been reading our blog enough.)
4 Live Streaming Mistakes To Learn From
You rarely hear the word boring in relation to live streaming.
Most live streamers could probably throw together a blooper reel in the space of a few minutes, made up solely of production blunders and unexpected incidents from past live events. And it’s not just the homegrown productions that face the perils of a live broadcast.
Pay-Per-View Live Streaming: How To Calculate ROI
If your organization has decided to produce a live stream, you already consider it a worthy investment. It’s important to continually measure this investment to ensure it remains a worthwhile endeavor over the long haul.
How To Transition From Free To Pay-Per-View Streaming Service
Change is good, and it can be great if you prepare for it ahead of time. Hopefully you’re here because your organization has made a decision to try pay-per-view streaming, and you’re doing your homework upfront (good for you!). If you’re still on the fence about pay-per-view (PPV), you might want to take a look here first.
How To Monetize Your Live Stream
Whether you’re live streaming a high school JV basketball game, a regional beauty pageant, a stock car race, or a statewide soccer tournament (or almost any other type of planned event), monetization is an option. Not only does it give you the ability to raise money that can be invested back into your organization, it also helps increase the value of your original content.
Your Essential Sports Broadcasting Equipment Checklist
As Stretch Internet’s operations and production manager, I talk to a good number of people daily who have questions about how to broadcast a sports event or what kind of sports broadcasting equipment they should purchase. Some of them have never live streamed before and are looking to learn the basics, while others have gotten their feet wet but would like to know how they can improve.
Is Your Athletic Brand Tattoo-Worthy? - 4 Ways to Extend Your Brand
Every summer I attend a women’s football clinic at my alma mater. I love it - maybe because I get to work out some rage on a tackling dummy - or maybe because I get to perfect my spiral - either way, it’s an opportunity to spend time at a place I love dearly and to connect with those that feel the same way.
5 Ways to Fund Your College Athletic Program
Myth - collegiate sports are a cash cow. You know all too well that college athletics rely on allocated revenue from general funds, student fees, and government appropriations. For most universities, sports is a money-losing proposition.
When To Redesign Your Athletic Website: Ten Questions to Ask
“When should we redesign our website?” Everyone has probably said that more than once. Before blowing up your current site, remember that every part of your website had some thought and reasoning behind it. Those reasons might still be valid. Or maybe not.