Sunday, 25th February 2018

Real-time Video Streaming On YouTube

Posted on 16. Mar, 2012 by in Blogs

This week YouTube announced a free video streaming service for nonprofits. The service has been available on a limited, case-by-case basis. Now it’s open to all 16,000 nonprofit subscribers in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, and Australia.

This act marks a powerful shift in the way businesses communicate with their customers. Imagine the impact streaming charity concerts or conferences will have on reach. You’re no longer constrained by a venue. If your event is compelling enough, millions of people can participate in real-time. And that will certainly drive donations.

This move ups the ante for using video as part of your marketing mix. I wonder how long it will be until YouTube rolls real-time event streaming out to the rest of us?

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Marcia Moran

Marcia Moran

Marcia Moran helps organizations reimagine what’s possible and provides the framework for clients to achieve stellar, long-term results.

As a Performance Architect, Marcia uses the principles discovered through neuroleadership and positive psychology to deliberately design the employee experience and corporate culture. Blended with pragmatic systems design, these elements free people to play to their strengths while reducing strife in the workplace. As a result, people can push beyond their known limits as individuals, as teams, and as companies.

Marcia is also the Vice President of Marketing for Intelishift, a colocation company with operations in Ashburn, VA and Silicon Valley. Prior to moving to the Metro DC area, she worked as a business consultant for Up ‘N Running and advised startups and small businesses in the areas of management, operations, and marketing.

Marcia earned an MBA from Chapman University. She loves to travel, speaks Norwegian, and unwinds by kayaking and painting landscapes. Marcia recently co-founded Positive Business DC with Shannon Polly and Donna Hemmert. Positive Business DC provides resources to help people increase the levels of well-being in the workplace and at home.

Website: → Performance Architect


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