1- The Live Stream Estate)
As Live Streaming has become a much more popular thing in recent months, I have been working at my stream since the Fall of 2011. Before then, I have been an avid Youtube content builder, albeit at my own pace of boss kills and machinima, etc. My work has even been front paged and featured on WCM, which you can find with a search for BayTLM.
2- The Live Stream Outlook)
I treat my Live Stream as a Job, with scheduled times, content at which will be shown, professional graphic design work to make the channel look nice and accessible with roll-over links for easy navigation. I take pride in all the leaps and bounds I have done over this past near-year to better build my channel to be a place the Community can enjoy entertaining commentary, live knowledgeable QnA and get to participate in the Boss Strat forming and downing of progression oriented endgame content for Raiders.
I personally feel I have a more "Day'esque" approach to my channel, with going into 1st Person, telling stories, singing and overall high amounts of chat room interaction, and hope to continue to evolve and grow into the future.
Having been inspired by Day, MikeB aka Fony, Gamebreaker.TV and even the sexiest head of hair in WoW, Lore, I try and put as much effort into my programming as possible, within reason, as to provide an evening that can be enjoyed by the many facets of players whom traverse the World of Warcraft.
3- The Live Knowledge)
To those on Baelgun who are unfamiliar with my history, a brief overview can be noted as follows: I have raided as high as US16th during the end of TBC and all throughout Wrath of the Lich King in <Impervious> which was made slightly internet famous for the rogue "Jider" and his "Jiderstep" videos of soloing raid bosses. During my time there, I experienced the hardcore, relentless, 5night a week, 6-7hr raiding schedule that, even compared to the Top10 Raiding Guilds in the world, pales in comparison but when compared to the remaining Top100, seems rather standard but still extremely involved and time consuming.
Additionally, before my time with <Impervious> and then for many moons after I left due to moving/job/life/taking a break, I have always been an Officer or, more time, as a Raid Leader for a Server 1st Guild. Notably downing C'thun within the huge hustle and bustle of the Top World 100 right after the hot fixes. Taking down Illidan in the Top 100 World. And always being the upmost progressed guild either on Lothar, Exodar, or Quel'Dorei.
4- The Live Longevity)
I have been around for a very long while, Beta #4 to be exact, and I greatly enjoy the game still, as MoP has proven to be the most fun I've had since TBC, without a doubt. And with that moving forward, there is going to be so much to show the community from Raiding, Brawlers Guild, Pet-Battle Tournaments, possible PVP (even though I got carried to 2200 in Season10, and shant deny I am bullox at such endeavors,) and Live Events such as the Horde VS Alliance Guru'bashi Arena event that Bless the Martyr and Crisp did before MoP launched.
5- The Live Wrap Up)
I fancy myself well off with my real job outside of the stream, and with that I do tend to do many Giveaways to the viewers, either In-game items, pets, mounts. Also I do a weekly giveaway that is worldwide to buy a lucky viewer $20 in dinner/lunch depending on where the are in the world. Soon I wish to incorporate mailing items that I have obtained from previous Blizzcons and other events, or donations, around the world. Steam wallets are also on the table, for those that may not only play WoW. And many other ideas, such as mailing etsy paintings, creations and other such nonsenseical items that my friends create.
I post screenshots of the Dinner winners on my facebook, where pet/mount winners are also featured. I want to be able to look back months/years from now and see all the fun I had with the many, many winners as it continually grows. I feel that not only do viewers like to be acknowledged by a Live Streamer, but being part of their own little community is also very important for them to feel appreciated and that I enjoy their viewing me as much as they enjoy watching me be a fool 4-5 nights a week.
I have a Fan Guild on Baelgun already established for Horde/EU/AUS viewers to roll a character in which will eventually turn into Viewer LFR runs, or Challenge Modes, Dungeons, Pet-Battles, etc. And I have run out of space.