Free Museum Livestreams
Alaska Live is offering free livestream coverage for museums in Alaska. Yes, free multi-camera livestream production for your museum.
Why Livestream in Your Museum
Live streaming offers the opportunity for people from all over the state, country and world to get an in-depth look at your museum and exhibits.
In a world where social distancing is the norm for the foreseeable future, live streaming is one of the few ways for people to visit new places without risking their personal health.
During this downturn in social and economical activity, the ability to livestream is an opportunity to continue fulfilling your mission, expand your online presence and build your base of support.
Beat Zoom-Fatigue with Live Streaming
Livestreams are not Zoom meetings or dry PowerPoint presentations. Our livestreams use multiple cameras and can incorporate soundtracks, lower-third branding, multiple hosts and more.
With a Livestream You Can
- Give an interactive walking tour with a Q&A session.
- Do an in-depth exploration of an exhibit hosted by an educator.
- Create a school curriculum and deliver live online lessons.
- Host a monthly program or “show” and build an audience of regular viewers.
Alaska benefits from world-wide intrigue and mystique. Livestreams can help people explore the culture and history of our state.
What’s the Costs?
Right now we are offering livestreams to Alaska museums for FREE. We believe it’s important to see livestreaming in action to fully understand its potential.
If you like live streaming and see potential for your museum, we would be happy to brainstorm ideas with you about:
- What type of livestream programs would work best for your museum.
- How you can do your own livestream.
- How to generate revenue with your livestreams.
- How to secure grant funding.
Our goal is to help people understand the opportunities and benefits of live streaming.
We believe live streaming is one of the most versatile tools available to help museums survive the social and economical impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
And once the pandemic is over, live streaming will continue to offer opportunities. Starting a live stream now may just put you ahead when this public health crisis is over.
Alaska Live is offering free multi-camera livestream coverage for museums, galleries and cultural centers in Alaska.
- There must be a power supply source at the venue.
- Access to the internet with an upload speed of 5Mbps or more.
- Decent cell phone reception (needed for data transfers).
- Stream will be broadcast to a YouTube channel or Facebook page.
YouTube video can be embedded on your website.
- Stream will be branded with our logo in the top left.
- One free stream per museum applicant.
- Livestream must be held in August or September of 2020.