Livestream views reach 118 million worldwide
LiveXLive Media has surpassed one million paid subscribers on its global livestreaming and on-demand platform. Due to the pandemic, LiveXLive has experienced record growth across nearly all of its digital traffic metrics including premium pay-per-view virtual concerts, expert curated radio stations, video on-demand, podcasting/vodcasting, as well as VIP fan experiences, all of which have been a hallmark of LiveXLive’s original and exclusive content offerings.
The multi-platform company has livestreamed over 1,800 artists across the entire LiveXLive music platform with its 24-hour linear OTT streaming channel now reaching more than 300 million people. More than two billion audio listens were achieved with 2.2 billion downloads and 32 new podcasts added to PodcastOne.
“Reaching one million paid subscribers is an enormous milestone for LiveXLive,” says Robert Ellin, CEO and Chairman of LiveXLive. “Together with record numbers of livestream views, audio listens, and podcast downloads, our growing digital traffic presents a significant opportunity to grow revenue through our flywheel model – including subscription, advertising, sponsorship, pay-per-view tickets, and merchandise.”
With the recent acquisition of CPS, LiveXLive plans to partner with artists and talent to exclusively own and distribute unique proprietary products to be marketed during livestream events and podcasts/vodcasts.
LiveXLive has become a go-to platform for live streaming events that combine music with pop culture of podcasting, sports, arts, fashion, culinary, comedy and wellness. From emerging to established artists, LiveXLive has streamed a variety of artists and celebrities since the COVID pandemic including: Pitbull, Billy Joel, Wiz Khalifa, Bon Jovi, Chris Rock, Jennifer Lopez, Jimmy Buffett, Kygo, OneRepublic, Sofi Tukker, Wonho and the Zac Brown Band.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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