WTD Guide to Streaming: What Do You Do?
Your vision for streaming at your church should include the ability to reach out and engage that viewer.
Streaming NewsStreaming: Take the Time to Test To Learn What Works Getting Started on Streaming: Begin By Building A Strategy Online Church: Overcoming the Fear of Technology Stage/Sanctuary Lighting: How Best to Serve Your Ministry’s Needs
With so many questions for churches that have yet to get on board to stream their services, but are seriously considering doing so, this eight-page primer is a good place to start. This guide offers you the 10 things that you should pay attention to before and after you start streaming, proving to be a solid read, allowing you to become much more comfortable with what might seem to be a daunting prospect for many.
Spend the time to read these pointers from the Senior Director of Technology and Technical Arts at Gateway Church, David Leuschner, with six campuses located throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Whether it’s to learn about deciding on your purpose and content, to tracking your audience, and everything in between, Leuschner offers many cogent details that will help a church that is in the initial stages of planning to stream their services, to have a much better foothold on what is necessary before making that commitment.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.
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