Broadcasting apps for the non-profit sector are used to provide real-time data regarding the state of a specific cause or non-profit organization. Broadcasting apps feature news feeds, social media posts, and other information about a particular cause or charity. These apps are typically used in support of fundraising efforts by increasing awareness about non-profits.
Broadcasting apps for non-profits are similar to most other news and media apps with real-time mapping components, such as task apps, delivery apps, and transportation rental apps.
An app that broadcasts sermons over the web.
A broadcasting app can grow rapidly by creating a community around a specific topic. For example, a broadcasting app that is focused on educational content for children may appeal to users who are passionate about education and parenting. A broadcasting app can use a viral loop to expand its user base by allowing users to upload their own videos and stand out from the crowd. The more popular a video becomes, the more likely it is to go viral and attract new users. In addition, the company could start a podcast on the same theme as their video series.
A media broadcasting app for the non-profit sector faces risks such as defamation, privacy violations, and reputational harm. For more information on these risks, see this blog post on the five big data privacy concerns for nonprofits.