More people are using live-streaming to connect with others, to grow their business, to share an idea and to build communities. Live-streaming is here to stay. This is especially true in the current environment.

Melon is the easiest way to live stream to Facebook, YouTube, Twitch or to a custom platform. You can live stream directly from your browser with your default camera and microphone or from your mobile phone.

Let’s go over 3 things: (1) why build Melon, (2) main benefits, (3) different ways people are using Melon today.

Why build Melon

  • One reason - to empower content creators to do more. That’s it.
  • Everyone should be able to go live to Facebook or YouTube with just a few clicks. Melon is here to do just that - democratize live streaming!

Main benefits

There are several and we will keep adding new great features based on what we hear from you

Easy

  • No complicated setup. Nothing to install. Your guests do not need to make an account. You do not need to make an account. You can just login with your Google or Facebook account and you are live.
  • Melon is the simplest tool for anyone to get started live streaming.
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Multistream

  • Reach more people when you stream. Go-live on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch all at the same time. Again, you can do this with just one click. We will take care of the rest on our servers.
  • Besides multistream being easy for you, why does multistream matter? Because you can reach more people. Because you can see where your content and your message resonates more. Perhaps you’ve been streaming to YouTube, but the Facebook audience loves your content more. Now you can be everywhere at the same time.
Multistream

Personalize your live-stream

  • Make your broadcast yours! Stand out among others. Add your brand. Add your backgrounds.
  • You can do this with ease by picking some of the pre-loaded overlays or uploading your own logo and background.
Personalize

Cloud-based

  • Melon is lighting fast. Everything is done in the cloud, preserving your computer. Blazing fast response time and low CPU usage when you stream to Facebook or YouTube.
  • We built Melon so that you can feel in the moment when you stream. Focus on your conversation!
Cloud-based

Tools to engage your audience

  • News ticker helps you remind folks of the message. Banner lets you title your show. Integrated chat that syncs chat from the Facebook chat or the YouTube chat directly to melon as well as private chat just for you and your guests.
  • You or your guests can share your screen and of course, you get to control who is in the broadcast.
  • There are multiple ways in which you can interact with your audience when you stream.
Tools

Different ways people are using Melon today

Here are some examples of how Melon is being used today.

  • Podcasting: Podcasters are taking their shows live. They are either inviting guests on stream and having a real-time conversation or having a solo show, but interacting live in chat.
  • Small businesses: We’ve seen folks leverage Melon to grow their business, especially on Facebook.
  • Updates on different topics: You can use Melon to share a message with your community about any topic you care about. Business and non-business. Then you can handle questions real time.
  • Education: Teachers are using Melon to both hold seminars and classes and to educate their students on the growing live-streaming space.
  • Music: Artists are going live and sharing their music with their communities.

And so much more.

Melon is free to try. There is no trial and no credit card required. You can stream!

To sum, Melon is the easiest way to live-stream to Facebook or YouTube. We built Melon to democratize live content creation and we packed it full of amazing features such as multi-streaming, audience engagement tools, and above all, the easiest go-live process today (no downloads, no accounts, just go!).

We are excited for you to try Melon for free and to create amazing content!

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