Live-streaming: Spreading Important Messages

Ignore the date on the photo (the camera had factory re-set itself)

Last Friday I live-streamed an event in London for charity Compassion in Dying. The event was called “I Wish I Had Known” and it presented findings from the results of assisting more than 25,000 people plan for the end of life.

There were some important messages here about how to ensure people’s wishes about their final days are put into action, and how everyone can have a good death. It certainly stimulated my thinking, and hopefully will have done the same for the 50 or so people in the room, and those watching on the live stream.

This is another example of how live streaming can spread important messages far beyond the room they are expressed in. The live video from the event, which was streamed via Twitter / Periscope is below. Please get in touch if I can help you achieve similar results.

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