The Jakarta Post
People watch a performance of the Balinese kecak dance at Uluwatu Temple on Bali, Indonesia. Bali Arts Festival 2017 is collaborating with media company Bali Go Live to conduct live streaming throughout the festival that is slated for June 10 to July 8. (Shutterstock.com/Alexander Mazurkevich)
Bali Arts Festival 2017 is collaborating with media company Bali Go Live to conduct live streaming throughout the festival slated for June 10 to July 8.
“We are collaborating with Bali Go Live […] they’ll make the event go viral through live streaming that will be available on their website, as well as social media engagements on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and LinkedIn,” said Bali Tourism Agency head Anak Agung Yuniartha Putra.
Bali Go Live director Paulus Herry Arianto says interesting content will be presented during the live streaming. Moreover, he says Bali Go Live doesn’t just promote Bali but also encourages Balinese youths to be more proud of their own culture and philosophies.
“Bali Go Live is a video channel that is connected to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media platforms. Our mission is to become the digital encyclopedia for everything about Bali and strengthening Bali’s position as one of the best tourism destinations in the world,” said Paulus. (kes)
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