I have been doing virtual emcee work for six years. It began when my friend and I launched a program called "the Conference Talk Show". We believed then, and now, that a virtual conference is more than a broadcast of the main stage keynote speakers. The remote audience has different needs.
With the overrun of webinars in the last few weeks, we also realized that this was true for online learning. Thus we created "The Webinar Talk Show".
Hosting events is important work. And the needs of the at-home audience need to be considered.