• Steve Lucin

Pre-recording or Livestreaming? Let's walk through what is best for your next event.

Updated: Nov 22



COVID has really taught us that there are so many ways to host and present an event, gala, or fundraiser. Any of these three can be pre-recorded or livestreamed, or even both. So, with these many options how do you know which method will work best for your organization?


Well let's first break down that pre-recorded material can also be livestreamed. What makes it different is that you can livestream pre-recorded & pre-produced material or livestream a live show or event.


Livesteaming pre-produced material definitely takes the stress out of event-day jitters. Because the whole show is already pre-produced, speakers and performers have already submitted only the best take of their speeches or performances and you know what will be presented beforehand. All the pre-recorded content is already branded with the event branding and all you have to do is sit back and watch with everyone else.


Livestreaming any live event, whether it's virtual or in-person, allows for more interaction as people can see and experience what is going on during the event as it's happening. You are also able to reach a much bigger audience because your organization can embed this livestream onto their site and reach people who weren't able to attend the live event. But there's slightly more risk to livestreaming a live event because you are depending on other people's wifi connection.


Whichever method you choose just know that you will get your organization's message across if the production is done correctly. That's where we can come in and help you. We have produced many virtual events, galas, fundraisers, & art shows so we understand what can make or break your event.


Check out more of our services here and when you're ready to discuss your next event let's chat.


Steve Lucin

I am a creative entrepreneur who helps passionate visionaries rebrand and produce virtual events so they can serve those they love. And I VJ.

4 views0 comments