Options To Host an event around Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak - Go Live Australia



Options To Host an event around Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

As you are aware, the coronavirus is making life difficult for the Australian general public, but also impeding businesses globally when trying to come together to communicate and network at conferences, business summits and trade shows. On a daily bases, we are receiving enquiries about live webcasting a clients event because the virus is restricting people from traveling and attending events. We have a solution and is the reason Go-Live is reaching out to event companies and organisations who are hosting conferences, making them aware of the options available for getting around these issues. 


Live Webcasting – Go -Live can supply a team of live webcast technicians to stream an event to a website, social media channel or RTMP location of your choice. The production team captures the event, creates the production and provides the streams embed code for your platform. This allows unlimited viewers to watch it in near real-time from any location around the world on any device. Go Live can do it all, from supplying just the live Webcast infrastructure for other media production outfits or include the production side of things, providing media equipment, crew and resources.

Live Link – A live link is a direct communication network with two separate locations talking to each other in real-time (Minimal latency). This is achieved by using professional commercial grade equipment, so the quality of the content is clear and concise and presentable to watch on larger projector screens or be ingested into a live webcast. This is a perfect solution to include a speaker from another country that was unable to attend the event because of the virus. As there is minimal latency, this will allow the speaker to be as good as there.

If you would like to know more about how we can set up a solution for your live event. Give us a call on 1300 719 633 or email info@goliveaustralia.com.au for a free quote.

Posted by: Caleb Mclean
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