Increase your income, sell Virtual Tickets to your event
TVpbn Virtual Tickets allow you to stream your event live and make a large percentage of the virtual ticket sales revenue. Here's how it works:
- Schedule your event at a venue
- Contact us and get signed up with a broadcast time and channel
- Set your virtual ticket price. It's up to you what you charge.
- Start sharing the Virtual Channel absolutely everywhere. Be sure that fans know you'll be going live during the event.
- Fans will buy the Virtual Ticket
- Fans login and watch the show live on their phones, laptops, tablets, smart televisions, computers, etc.
- After the show we will give you a report on ticket sales and your percentage of the ticket sales revenue.
- Money is paid out 3 to 5 business days after the event**
- We will send you payment via Paypal or Check. Which do you prefer?
After the event you can still make money by selling virtual tickets to the replay. Virtual Replay Tickets and Live Stream Virtual Tickets are two different things. After you make money with the live stream you can continue to make money with the virtual replay.
Both the live broadcast and the video-on-demand is on the same channel page. No need to share multiple different links at all. Everything is all in one place. Here's an example: www.tvpbn.com/pbx The player at the top is a live broadcast player, the videos underneath are all virtual ticket VOD assets.
How do we prevent people in the local area of your event from watching the live broadcast? Simple. We block them. Before every live broadcast we block the channel from all viewer traffic within a minimum of 50 miles radius of your event location. We can increase the blocking radius to whatever you desire. For example: If your event is in San Francisco, California we will block everybody within 100 miles of San Francisco or a larger radius which would mean that your event could not be seen anywhere in the San Francisco Bay Area.
We can also do reverse blocking. This means that we could prevent anybody outside of a specific radius from watching your event. In other words only people within the 100 miles radius could watch. This enables you to do localize broadcasting. Blocking starts on the day of the broadcast and ends shortly after the broadcast is concluded.