|Aim||The participants/organisation set(s) up rules for live streaming.|
|Number of participants||any|
|Conditions||This exercise is suitable only if the topic is an issue for the participants.|
By now, many social networks offer live streams. Children and young people like to use these services as they “spice up” the viewing experience.
Live streaming is unpopular with people who are not involved with the broadcast, as they cannot decide for themselves if they want to appear on the internet or not. This can be an issue for organisations as well as for schools or families.
From which locations is live streaming allowed?
How can an uninvolved person recognise if somebody is currently “on air” or not?
Under which circumstances may people appear on a broadcast who are not connected with it?
The rules are displayed so everybody can see them or handed out in the group. If the group agrees on highlighting that a live stream is in progress (with a red recording light, like in a film studio), then this has to be arranged and introduced.
|Tags||live broadcast, Live-Streaming, rules|