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Sydney Writers Festival Go live in 4k to stream to regional locations

Go Live Australia provided live webcasting service for the 2017 Sydney Writers Festival at the Walsh Bay Roslyn Packer Theatre Sydney. This Sydney live webcasting event involved a multiple camera set-up; which included one positioned at the side of the stage, two-manned cameras amongst the crowd and an automatic PTZ camera in the center for the option of multiple wide

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The rapid growth of Live Streaming

The professional live video streaming industry is growing faster than almost any other industry; you simply have to look at the U.S. as an example. Almost everything is Livestreamed. At GLA we believe in the power of our live video streaming solutions, it is a great tool to help spread the word about your product through showcasing your events not

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The rise of live streaming in Australia

Our live streaming video services are becoming more and more popular and our clients are expecting live streaming more and more and even requesting it whenever they hold an event or have an announcement or even when they want to launch a product. As you are aware clients/viewers/investors time is money and attending physical events is becoming a thing of

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6 Benefits of Live webcasting

Live Webcasting can generate a bigger audience Any event has geographical and physical restrictions no matter where it is. live webcasting events with content makes it accessible to a worldwide audience. This means that your attendance numbers can far exceed a physical event by additionally live webcasting your event, making the possibilities endless.   Scheduled Live Webcasting gives your content

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Future with Ford live on Twitter & periscope in Melbourne 2017

Live with Ford recently in Melbourne at the prestigious Melbourne Museum, they had over two hundred people in attendance for the Future with Ford conference. The conference discussed the future of automobiles and the likely road ahead for the industry. The speakers included Ford CEO Graeme Whickman, former politician Jeff Kennet and Biomedical Engineer Dr Jordan Nguyen who discussed the

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VIVID Sydney 2017 Program announcement Goes Live on Facebook

Vivid Sydney festival is about lights, music and ideas. The festival spans over twenty-three days and features some of the world’s most important creative industry forums. These exhibitions are free to the public and consist of outdoor lighting shows, sculptures and contemporary music programs that run over the three-week period. Vivid Sydney is where art, technology and commerce come together.

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Midnight Oil Facebook Live stream Press release

1980’s Australian rock band Midnight Oil announced on Friday the 17th of February their first world tour in over two decades. The world tour called the Great Circle 2017 was announced in true rock star style on the back of large a wooden passenger boat on the Sydney Harbour. With their backs facing the iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera House,

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