3 Reasons You Should Stream This Year's Graduation Ceremony

There are moments in life that stick with us forever: a birth, a communion, and a wedding are just a few that come to mind.

Graduations are no different. They celebrate the product of late nights, endless work, a few failures, more successes, and immense growth.

Yet many people who want to watch their favorite graduate walk across the stage are unable to be there. Below, we list a few reasons why you should live stream your graduation ceremony this year:

Not Everyone Can Make It

Inevitably, there are always family, friends, and alumni who can’t make it to the event in person. Regardless of whether it’s physical proximity, health concerns, or prior work commitments that prevent people from coming, streaming ensures that they can still join in the celebration.

Limited Space

School auditoriums and graduation venues tend to have a limited number of seats, so extended family members and friends often find themselves excluded. Live streaming allows that audience to stay connected to the ceremony.

Ability to Generate Revenue

BoxCast offers schools the ability set a ticket price for their online event. When schools take advantage of this feature, they can generate revenue for their school and choose, if they’d like, to reinvest it into next year’s ceremony.

If you’re interested in exploring the possibility of streaming this year’s graduation, we’d love to chat. Call us at 888-392-2278 or click here to learn more.


JoshHeadJosh Clemence is the Video Content Specialist at BoxCast. Whether it’s producing live events, flying drones around cities, animating short explainer videos, or telling stories through documentary style shorts, Josh loves anything and everything video.

During his time in college, Josh found his true love for media and entrepreneurship. Pairing these passions with his degrees in Marketing and Entrepreneurship enabled him to co-found his own video production and design company.

A native of Akron, Ohio, Josh loves being in the Downtown Cleveland tech scene. In his free time, Josh will likely be trail running, playing basketball, making videos or doing anything else creative.