New Case Studies: How Ultra-low latency Live Streaming Can Engage Audiences

nanocosmos @ The IABM Future Trends Channel

New trends have emerged in the live streaming industry with audience interaction. Adding live interactions such as Q&A sessions, feedback, comments, votes, polling etc. to live video streams is a key requirement now for many industry applications. Enforced and accelerated by the pandemic situation in 2020, a lot of event based applications can only be done virtually connecting to audiences remotely. The key factor is being able to instantly reply and interact with presenters. This is valid for many different applications like music events or town hall meetings.

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