There are plenty of livestreaming startups popping up in 2020, but a company called Clubbing TV has been doing it for a decade, with more than 1,500 hours of electronic-music streams under its belt already. Now it’s launching something new called Clubbing·live, which it’s describing as (crucially, given recent tensions around DJ streams on Twitch) a “legal and licensed livestreaming platform” for electronic music.
It’s promising a mixture of DJ sets, live performances, interviews and even ‘3D virtual experiences’ after its launch this weekend (28 November). The company is keen for clubs, festivals, promoters and DJs to pre-register if they want to find out more about how the platform will work.
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