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As new platforms continue to develop and put interesting spins on visuals, one platform has almost completely faded from the communicator’s arsenal: Vine.
To stand out in a crowded industry, Valvoline and Cohn & Wolfe realized they needed to take an extra step and get their audience involved in the campaign.
By all accounts, live streaming is affordable, powerful and can be used in many contexts by a variety of organization types. You just need some expert guidance to get started as live streaming broadcaster.