Oct 30, 2017
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Live.me, a leading live broadcasting video platform, debuted its new Spotlight Studio office in West Hollywood on Wednesday, October 25th to a select group of attendees that included broadcasters, influencers, media executives, and members of the press. The halloween themed event showcased their new two-story, 4,000 sq. foot production/work space, tucked into the heart of West Hollywood.
Named Spotlight Studio, the space will be open to broadcasters looking to utilize Live.me's resources, equipment, stage, or simply to meet other creators interested in developing collaborations. The studio will also be used for Live.me's own original content strategy, including a newly announced in-studio variety show, a weekly Broadcaster Academy focused on providing tips and tricks to broadcasters of all levels, and short video content for the company's newly launched social video app, Cheez.
"Over the last 18 months we've learned a lot about what it means to create engaging live videos and we're using our new office studio to push that much further, and at the same time, strengthening our community relationships," said Khudor Annous, Head of Marketing and Partnerships for Live.me. "You only need a mobile device and internet connection to start broadcasting, but by providing a professional space and professional resources to these creators breaking into the live video format, we hope the world will see more new internet stars emerge very soon."
Live.me's Spotlight Studio has been set up to capture both live and recorded vertical video formats which is found in the design throughout and emphasizes Live.me's apps being inherently mobile-first. Broadcasters and content creators can follow Live.me on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram for upcoming events and opportunities at the studio space.
About Live.me Inc.:
Live.me Inc. is the mobile app developer behind the popular live broadcasting platform, Live.me, and is focused on developing content based applications for the mobile-first generation. It's flagship app, Live.me has amassed more than 35 million users and distributed millions of dollars to broadcasters through direct virtual gifting. Live.me Inc.'s portfolio also includes Cheez, a social short video app highlighting the power of creativity in 17 seconds.
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