With Beatguide, Listening Connects to Live Events
Before music was ever broadcasted on a radio station, you have to be in the physical presence of an artist or group to actually hear them. It was the same for plays and theater events; it had to be seen in person rather than on a television screen or movie theater. Once the use of radio signals and television broadcasts were implemented into society, the way we listened to any sort of media was changed forever. We still made use of live shows and performances, but it allowed listeners from home to be in the presence of the music even if they were thousands of miles away.
Today, music is so accessible that one doesn’t even need to move from the same spot in order to listen to music. They can receive it over the internet at lightning speed. We are noticing that even with this exposure, fans still want to be in front of the artist they hear – they want to hear them live. But have access this is not as easy as you think. There are too many artists to keep track of and too many sources of information that aren’t always as good. We need a good source of venue listing that we can rely on.