Live shows are still possible via a variety of online streaming platforms. Would you like to start live streaming shows? Need ideas on how to create an engaging, virtual show?
You may already have begun to live stream, but do you know about the rules and policies?
The second workshop in our musician workshop series will focus on live streaming from the perspective of a musician and an entertainment attorney. Two guest speakers will join us to share their expertise on this topic via Zoom.
Ryan Kairalla has dedicated his career to seeking innovative solutions in the media and education industries. He is relentless in using every tool and resource he has to bring those solutions into the world.
Ryan is excited by any opportunity to use his backgrounds in law, business, education, entertainment, and communications to help make big ideas happen. But he doesn’t do it alone. He benefits from a dynamic network of partners, collaborators, mentors, and friends who share his passions. They do great things together.
Cullah (Born April 27, 1991 in Milwaukee, WI) is a multi-disciplinary musician and engineer who writes, records, and releases an album every year on April 27th (his birthday) since 2006. Each album reflects the eclectic musical styles that Cullah draws from — an autobiographical journey of musical expression. It seems Cullah is able to reinvent himself every year, with each revolution around the sun, exploring and documenting the human condition through song. Releasing all his music free and under an open license, Cullah’s music is the heart-beat of a deeper philosophical pursuit.