Long-Term Live-Streaming Options

Live-streaming has become the new normal for your ministry. We are at the point that we now know the pitfalls of free live-streaming services. There is glitchy service, constantly changing technology, and little or no available customer service. Give yourself the relief of waking up on Sunday morning knowing what you are walking into (technology wise) for your Sunday service.

We’ve said this before, and we’re going to say it again, “Live-streaming is now a part of your ministry. It will not go away after we are all gathering in person once again.” You must find a stable, live-streaming platform that you can rely on for the long-term.

In this webmaster class, we are going to go through the benefits of paid live-streaming services and a few choice options we’ve seen work well for ministries just like yours.

The heart of this presentation was not meant to deter folks from using Facebook live or YouTube. We just want to be honest about potential stability and customer service issues. We have found that using paid streaming providers offer greater stability, better user experience and traditional customer service. The customer service aspect is very helpful for churches that might not have volunteers with the technical abilities to troubleshoot on their own some of the issues that have come up with those free streaming solutions.

You can watch all of our Webmaster Classes in our Class Archive.

Worship Times

Worship Times is a full-service digital marketing and communication team that specializes in helping ministries of all sizes and denominations reach their people. Whether you need help setting up live-streaming for your congregation, or are looking for an organization solution for all your previous videos, we are here to support your ministry. Let’s get started with a free website review today.


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