“Live” is a reproduction of the moment. Live broadcasting is similar to making a video installation in viewer’s environment using transmission and a screen. In this reproduction, the more information you convey about what actually happens, the more you can have the viewer experience the actual incidence. It is therefore important to shoot a live broadcast from multiple angles and forward it to the viewer. At this point, the richness of social media with mostly single-angle content provides a one-dimensional experience. As the dimension decreases in the reproduction, the sense of “reality” goes away. For example, you are in a concert and you are in a position where you cannot see the stage. In this case, you can choose to watch from the large screens to witness what is happening. While all these are taking you away from the environment and the reality, you try to materialize the experience by combining the atmosphere you’re in and what the cameras are showing you . That’s why as you get closer to the stage excitement grows. Transferring the events as they are is possible with comprehensive reproduction. A good live broadcast is to get very close to reality and to feel the excitement. We can make that broadcast which will make you feel “like there”.