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From June 2016, Forbes magazine published an article by author Melissa Daniel about this trend. In particular, Melissa not only predicted livestream concert will become an inevitable trend of the music industry but also affirmed: “If artists and brands know how to use livestream form effectively, they have It is easy to reach a huge public and customer base “.

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The California Roots music and arts festival 2018 attracted about 30,000 attendees in three days, but when it was livestream through LiveList technology technical support, it achieved “huge” views up to 9.5 million.

Many of those “views” directly commented on their immediate emotions and did not forget to promise “to find ways to be available next year”.

While attracting tens of thousands of spectators to attend live every day, the California Roots Music and Arts Festival is still full of its audience in livestream form with impressive results: 9.5 million views in three days of festivals – Photo: FOH

According to Chris Watkins, technical expert at Audiotree TV, today the public is always open-minded and ready to seriously watch livestream music if it is a well-produced program with good sound quality, allowing them to interact directly with artists or at least other audiences.

“In the past 10 years, music on traditional television has lost its attraction. Along with the dizzying development of social networks, music has also gradually become a kind of community experience.

Now, thanks to broadband Internet, livestream concerts easily turn viewers from passive into active, can comfortably communicate with each other right on the show, even their opinions can reach the ears. manufacturer or artist to make timely adjustments. These things make them feel more comfortable and excited, “said Chris Watkins.

So, it is not too difficult to understand now, regardless of the large number of music festivals such as small music shows from individual studios, all the livestreams are all around the world.