Posted in education on December 1, 2015 9:50 am EST

White Paper: Operating an Online, Streaming-Based Ministry

A TechSolutions eGuide to Streaming


 

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By Paul Clifford

Gone are the days of just reading text and listening to audio online—now we’re watching videos as well. Oftentimes these videos are high-quality, real-time streams of major events.

Thanks to the inevitable forward march of technology, video streaming is no longer just for major events. Gone are the days when you had to raise huge sums of money to buy equipment, hire staff to run it, and create your own mini TV station. Now any event worth attending is fair game for streaming, and many churches have joined this streaming revolution.

New hardware and software options make streaming less expensive than ever before, but there are still many factors that must be considered for a successful streaming operation. This article provides an overview of many of these factors, laying a foundation of knowledge that will help you with your early planning.

Download this informative e-guide to learn which benefits the streaming revolution can bring to your church.

Click here to download a copy of "Operating an Online, Streaming-Based Ministry"

 

 

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