Video live streaming or webcasting is being used as a workaround to isolation measures in countless ways in The Netherlands. Corporate keynote presentations, religious services, virtual events, weddings and music concerts are all being broadcast over the internet due to widespread stay-at-home orders. Many of these are just extensions of traditional broadcasts that benefit from the ease-of-use that live streaming delivers. Live streaming has also brought about new broadcasting opportunities that previously didn’t have much demand. From TV journalists reporting from home to local yoga instructors streaming their classes, this is where we start to see what sets streaming apart.
Namely, the COVID-19 crisis has revealed how powerful the medium can be in delivering authenticity for a very affordable live streaming price. A stripped-down musical performance streamed from an artist’s living room will never function as a one-to-one substitute for a stadium concert but sometimes that’s a good thing. Today’s viewers crave real connections over superficial productions. And streaming is delivering just that.
Live Streaming has become an era-defining tool in replicating real-life exchanges. In this way, it’s helping to replace the many in-person experiences that we took for granted before the coronavirus established its roots. Broadcasting opportunities that previously didn’t have much demand. From TV journalists reporting from home to local yoga instructors streaming their classes, this is where we start to see what sets streaming apart. Livestreaming.Amsterdam is your professional webcasting service partner in the Netherlands.