This is a section from our more in-depth video guidelines. To view these guidelines in their entirety, click here.
Offering a Live Stream is a great way to promote and amplify your Women’s March Chapter Event and allow other Chapters to view and participate in your Event. It is also a great way for Chapters with opposing points of view, cultures, and politics to understand different perspectives.
The best way to live stream your Event is on your Women’s March Chapter’s Facebook Page using Facebook Live. This makes it easier for other Chapters, community members, and partner organisations to share your live stream so that it can reach the most viewers.
You can live stream your Event via a third-party website or with a third-party service, but keep in mind – advertisements in, on, or around the webcast are not permitted.
Your Event Page
As soon as you have the URL for your live stream, add it to your Event page and Chapter page on Facebook, your Event page on the Women’s March Global platform, and if applicable the Event page on your Chapter website. If you know you’ll be live streaming your event but are unsure of the URL, add a link to your Facebook page or the URL in which your live stream will appear or be promoted so that your followers know when and where to look.
Live stream viewing parties are an excellent way to make your Women’s March Chapter Event accessible to a larger community. These parties allow you to organise a group of people who are not able to attend your Event, but will be watching it live at another designated venue using your live stream. You're allowed to organise viewing parties around your Women’s March Chapter live stream, with the following guidelines:
Live Stream Best Practices