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We said that things wouldn’t go “back to normal” after COVID-19, but when we used that phrase countless times over the course of the Spring, we were really referring to crowd control and public health management. At the present, it seems we’re taking the “new
For Event Professionals During the COVID-19 Pandemic We invite you to download, review, and share. The Event Safety Alliance Reopening Guide Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers Industry-Wide Labor-ManagementSafety Committee Task Force Wynn Las Vegas Reopening Guide
Now thus far we’ve mostly focused on how you can reach new audiences with livestreamed events as a way to offset losses from a lack of live event marketing. But we can take this one step further. With livestreaming you can fully untether yourself from
You’ve got your lighting down. Your audio is perfect. Zoom no longer intimidates you. You’re ready. It’s time to take this show to a public audience. Let’s talk about livestreaming. First of all, there are tons and tons of livestreaming platforms out there and they all kind of
The NFL’s fully virtual 2020 draft wrapped up yesterday. For anyone who doesn’t “do sports,” a pro draft is a lot like picking kickball teams in middle school gym class but instead of friendships there are multi-million-dollar contracts on the line. Under normal circumstances this
Anthony Fauci recommends against handshaking ever again. He’s got a good point. Handshakes aren’t that much different from coughing into someone’s mouth in terms of germ transmission. As part of our ongoing coverage of COVID-19’s effect on the events industry, this week we offer you a handful of