Featuring guests such as The Kiffness, Riaan Manser and Mike Sharman, Good Things Live profiles South Africans in the business, entertainment and leisure industries. The feature aims to provide both entertainment and inspiration during lockdown and into the future. Each episode is around half an hour. 

Good Things Live began in June when Adriaan Gerber of Mushroom Productions approached Lindeque with the idea. "I met Lindeque a few years ago. While producing Goliaths Go Live, I approached Lindeque to be on as a guest with the Goliaths," says Gerber. 

"When that episode hit 7 000 views, I knew we had to ask him back for a second episode. When his second appearance also hit great numbers, I approached him about launching a Good Things Live programme, an idea that he was coincidentally playing with at the same time," adds Gerber.

"The response so far has been absolutely phenomenal," says Lindeque. "It has given South Africans another avenue to connect with people, hear their stories and know that they are not alone in this pandemic."

"Additionally, for me, it's an opportunity to raise the profile of struggling artists and people of influence and to remind South Africans to support one another in any way that we can," adds Lindeque.

According to Good Things Live, SkyroomLive has been pioneering the livestreaming market since 2012 and offers an opportunity to reach fans beyond borders and across time zones.

"The awareness of each Good Things Live episode has definitely grown," says Gerber. "We have completed five episodes to date with just over 76 000 total views. With the current trend on archived broadcasts, we should hit 82 000 views before we air episode six."

"We really enjoy working with Brent and know that the show will grow in popularity week to week," concludes Gerber. 
Sponsorship opportunities are available for brands interested in collaborating the Good Things Live show and can be tailored per budget.

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