Facebook Live is a great way to engage with your audience and build a following. But what about when being live on Facebook isn’t enough. Maybe you also need to stream live from Facebook to your website. What about making it automatic, because you also want to automatically stream from your website every time you go live without having to re-embed a new code over and over. Seems easy enough right? Well it is and it isn’t… let me explain.
There’s already enough going on with all this new tech. And now, live streaming sermons is becoming an expectation for every church. From the smallest rural congregations to Bible studies or mega churches, nobody wants to miss anything, ever again. And Live Streaming Sermons can make that happen. But, what is Church Live Streaming? And how hard is it to stream live to your website?
I just wanted to do a quick post announcing a new update that will allow full screen viewing from the VidLive widget. This was a feature that many of you have been asking for and now I’m happy to say it is available.
In the first major new release since the initial launch I’ve pushed quite a few new features and improvements. This will be the first of many new releases to come in the following months. Lets take a look at whats new:
Today marks the first of many new posts form the VidLive Blog. My goal is to keep everyone informed about anything new and exciting about VidLive.