(YorkPedia Editorial):- Massachusetts, Apr 14, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – Live From COVID-19 is launching as an online event organizer to bring remote live-streamed events worldwide under one roof. From live music to business, to food and drink, this service aims to keep people entertained and informed while the world is sequestered in their homes in these unprecedented times.
As governments worldwide implement safety measures to hope to halt the spread of coronavirus and COVID-19, more and more individuals and families are staying home. With nonessential business closures and gatherings banned, home-schooling, and online learning expanding, those who are home are looking to creators and online streaming services for content, interaction, and community. More and more people are taking an active approach to focus on their mental health, holding courses, live-streamed discussions, concerts, and working through new ways to connect.
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Enter Live From COVID-19. Built-in Boston, MA by community builder and marketing strategist Jack DeManche, this website aggregates scheduled live-stream content in an easy-to-navigate calendar platform. The site curates content based on six categories: Business & News, Music & Entertainment, Health & Wellness, Home & Lifestyle, Kids & Family, and Food & Drink. With new scheduled and off-the-cuff live-streams happening daily, Live From COVID-19 is continuously updating with new content, allowing users to stay updated and active even while at home. A concert you were looking forward to was canceled? Chances are the artist is streaming – add it to your calendar! Miss going to your favorite bar for a drink and some grub? Watch some of your favorite bartenders and chefs hold live classes!
“What this crisis has shown us is that even in difficult, unprecedented times, we’re able to come together and figure out new ways of building community through content, and are still finding new and better ways to stay connected,” says DeManche. “We can still nurture ourselves and each other, keep ourselves active, and foster that community even when we can’t all physically be together. This site hopes to make that easier for everyone.”
Live From COVID-19 | Jack DeManche
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