Josh Clemence • January 24, 2019
I can't think of many things better than grabbing a cold drink and some peanuts before settling down to watch a baseball game for a few hours on beautiful summer day. The sun in my face and the roar of the crowd — I love it.
But what happens if, as a fan, I can’t make it to my favorite team’s games? Many schools have solved this exact problem by streaming their games live. If you’re looking to stream your baseball or softball games, this post outlines everything you’ll need.
NOTE: Be sure to measure the distances between your camera location, internet connection, power stations, and broadcast announcers (if necessary) before you decide which equipment to purchase. It's important to have the appropriate cable length to stream (and knowing how to run it without it being seen or tripped over doesn’t hurt either).
Want to learn more about what you need to host a great live stream? Check out the information in this free guide: The Ultimate Guide to Winning the Sports Streaming Game.
Here are a few other posts you might find helpful: