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AUSTRALIA LIVE STREAMING SOLUTION SPECIALIST

Live Streaming University Events

Most Universities would be aware of live streaming; however, some may have never tried it. Since the social distancing bans in response to COVID 19, many universities opting to live stream the graduations doubled. Fundamentally, this is because Universities could not have physical attendees onsite to see the graduates receive their certificates. Go Live works with many universities, learning centres and professional

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What are Hybrid Events and what Technology is Needed?

What exactly are hybrid events? Well, to put it quite simply, they are a mix of live and virtual events.  This means you have your traditional event in a venue with live presenters and an audience, mixed with presenters coming in remotely from anywhere worldwide. You’ve been an attendee of a hybrid event. Most people are at the realisation that

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The Australia-India Trade agreement was signed in a virtual ceremony

Australia and India recently signed a major interim free-trade deal via a virtual meeting. The free-trade agreement was noted as a significant step in diversifying export markets outside China. The deal was signed by Australia’s Trade Minister Dan Tehan and his Indian counterpart Piyush Goyal during the virtual meeting. They were being witnessed virtually by Prime Ministers Scott Morrison in

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Virtual, Hybrid, or a straightforward Livestream?

Golive has been in the live streaming industry for close to a decade. During this time, we have seen a change in equipment and technology used to deliver a Livestream and the way a Livestream is hosted. For example, live streaming is predominantly a one-directional stream. We host the production in a switcher and output the feed into an encoder

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Sydney Hybrid Events

In-person and remote events are often planned and executed as separate entities. However, Sydney organisations combining the two are gaining immense insight into audience behaviour and wider content distribution as their audience is significantly larger and located in different area’s. We refer to this style of event as a Hybrid Event, which is the shift we will see in the

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Going Live with La Marzocco – Hybrid Events Sydney and Melbourne

  With life somewhat going back to “normal” there has been another shift within the events industry and a subtle move back to Hybrid events. Live streaming has become an integral way for Sydney businesses to create lasting connections with their customers, and more so now than ever businesses can physically see the traction hybrid events are having. La Marzocco

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Enter the Hybrid Era

The Australian Central business districts (CBDs) are the hearts of our cities, the centre of commerce, leisure and creativity. Australia’s CBDs are essential in helping drive the country’s economy, and this is evident as 12% of the activity can be connected to four of the countries CBD’s. A study done by Price Water Cooper shows that Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and

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Virtual Event with Australia Space Agency and NASA

Go live is excited to announce that they hosted a virtual Livestream with the Australian space agency and special guest NASA during world space week. The virtual event was hosted in Adelaide, South Australia, at the space agency headquarters on Friday, the 7th of October. The discussion between the head of ASA, Enrico Palermo and NASA astronaut Shannon Walker discussed

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virtual, hybrid events Season

By now, you may now have sat in numerous virtual events and be a little exhausted from attending online meetings day after day. The positive side is that you now understand how a virtual meeting is hosted and what to expect when attending a virtual meeting. Furthermore, you realise what benefits there is with attending a virtual event online. To

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CBRE – Remote Webinar Series

Since live streaming has grown in popularity over the past 18 months, not only due to the COVID pandemic but also because businesses are realising the positive impact of live streaming, it has also become evident that a lot of companies have tried to successfully live stream their events internally. Whilst some have certainly been successful in this task, others

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