Live streaming myths

Live streaming myths

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On today’s Tech, No Babel: Live streaming myths

I recently wrote an article for Church Production Magazine called “AS STREAMING GOES MAINSTREAM, MYTHS GROW” and I thought I’d talk a little about those myths here. Make sure you follow that link to read the whole story.

What was once true is no longer so, and what is true today, may not be true tomorrow, so keep that in mind (especially if you see this some time after January 2017).

There are myths about equipment that state what’s necessary and what isn’t.

There are myths about live streaming services. Some people don’t see why you’d pay for a service. Others think that paid services are the only ones worth using.

Finally, there are myths about the people you need. Suffice it to say that some people will accomplish more with less. Other times, you just need a professional. It comes down to your circumstances.

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Paul Alan Clifford, M.Div.

Paul Alan Clifford, M.Div. has been a tech volunteer with Quest Community Church in Lexington, KY since 2000 and is the founder of TrinityDigitalMedia.com, llc. He became part of the technology in ministry team when his church’s attendance was around 200 in one Sunday service and has witnessed it’s growth to 5,200 average weekly attendance in one Saturday service, four Sunday services in one online and two physical campuses. He literally wrote the book on podcasting in churches, twitter in churches, & servant-hearted volunteering, as well as writing various articles for publications like “Church Production” and “Technologies for Worship” magazines.