Avi Barouh
Oct 1, 2013 · 1 min read

Live streaming is not a new addition to our repertoire, we’ve been doing this for several years now. However, there is always room for improvement and new technological approaches.

Today we streamed an event from Brussels with multiple language support. What does that eventually mean? Viewers of the stream were able to choose which audio channel they want to hear: Dutch or French.

This service was complemented by a login feature and a live question module. This way users were able to propose questions directly from the streaming platform, and a selection of the proposed questions were answered by the panel: an easy way to interact with your audience.

Evermore

Development consultancy, specialised in building custom web solutions and applications since 2006. Visit us at: http://weareevermore.com

Avi Barouh

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Father, action sports junkie and globetrotter currently based in Sofia. Running Evermore, a custom web dev studio and a few other things.

Evermore

Evermore

Development consultancy, specialised in building custom web solutions and applications since 2006. Visit us at: http://weareevermore.com

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