Live music events and concerts were restricted during the pandemic, like most other sources of entertainment. So companies and artists chose the other option – live streaming. Commenting on the future of the live music industry, A&R music A&R and prominent entrepreneur Bun Bydaway said live streaming of music events and concerts is here to stay.
Not only does the live broadcast give fans a safe way to enjoy their favorite music, it also makes the event accessible to a whole new group of audiences. People who previously could not attend events for various reasons, such as living in another country, can easily access the live broadcasts.
Bun Bydaway says, “Viewers are always paying and we are making a profit. What’s better is that we were also able to expand our audience base. He adds that while the feeling of being right in front of your favorite band or performer is unmatched, the events being broadcast live are also very exciting. “We can innovate more and make events interesting with technology. There have been events where brands advertise and more events that donate or promote charity. All of this makes live events a great way to reach audiences even after the pandemic, ”Bun said.
Speaking about the resumption of the live events, Bun Bydaway said, “I sure hope they start soon. I miss the energy of the live events.” He points out that even when the situation is controlled enough to have a live concert, people will still need to follow safety precautions like social distancing and wearing masks. Events should initially have a limited number Along with a live concert, he believes that a live broadcast of the show would become almost mandatory.
It is also interesting to know that Bun is a poker ace who has won several tournaments. Today, his net worth is $ 8 million, which makes his journey quite
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