It gives us a great opportunity to invite fans to experience our venue online, real-time and encourages new customers to check us out on the site and visit us when they are in town.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. (PRWEB) December 10, 2007
The SyncLive web platform uses universal Flash software to make high-quality audio and video available in real time. Artists can broadcast live on the site from any place, at any time and can invite their fans to attend shows and build new fans from hundreds of countries around the world.
"We are excited that fans will be able to get even closer to artists and to the venues they play from around the world," said company founder Aric Berquist. "It is another step we've taken to connect fans, artists and venues within the SyncLive virtual music community."
With the recent release, venues can create their own profile page to highlight specific features about their venue, they can upload venue photos and can add show schedules featuring the artists that play there. Additionally, venues can add links to their website and create special show and merchandise promotions. Not only will artists receive unprecedented exposure from the site, but venues will benefit greatly from the free promotion. New tools to help venues and artists promote themselves and broadcast shows are also included in this release.
"I am very excited about this recent Venue extension on SyncLive," said Tom Rossmanith, Manager and Talent Buyer of The Murray Hill Theatre, a venue based in Jacksonville, Florida that is already streaming shows regularly on the site. "It gives us a great opportunity to invite fans to experience our venue online, real-time and encourages new customers to check us out on the site and visit us when they are in town."
SyncLive has already established relationships with big name acts, emerging artists, incredible venues and advertisers wishing to expose themselves. Venues, artists & fans can check out http://www.SyncLive.com to learn more.
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