If possible, have a prerecorded service uploaded to the cloud, playing in sync, ready to go, if your primary stream fails or one runs into unforeseen bandwidth issues.
Engagement can include offering opportunities to meet up in the local church, invitations to be baptized or joining in prayer.
To do streaming well, you won’t require fancy cameras, audio, or lighting. All that helps for sure, but it does not trump content.
In this first part of a three-part series, we will look at why online engagement matters for a ministry's online visitors.
Before starting to livestream, maybe your church should first ask itself, “Should we livestream?” Just because your church has...
Media asset management systems as a whole sound complicated, but they’re actually just content management systems designed to...
Without properly monitoring your levels and stereo spectrum, you can lose perspective at what levels the listeners are...
A modern worship service can easily have dynamic range of 20-30 decibels in the room. If you were to use the same mix for your broadcast, the listener would constantly have to adjust their device’s volume.
If you are streaming from a separate mix, don’t forget to add the effects channel to your mixer, and then adjust the effects into the mix.
Each year, at Manchester Christian, we effectively start from scratch. Nothing is assumed to be carried over from the previous year.