Webcasting Conferences Means More Delegates
Get more delegates at your conference by video streaming it live online. With advances in technology and bandwidth improvements you can now livestream in full HD and build in mechanisms that allow end users to interact and/or vote on important issues.
With social media and mobile devices increasingly dominating internet traffic, event apps and Facebook streaming allow you to make your conference webcast suitable for phones and tablets and provide end users with instant feedback and interaction opportunities.
The key benefits of webcasting conferences are:
- Increased audience capacity (more people than can fit in your venue)
- Increased revenue potential (via pay-per-view streaming)
- Equality of access (renders distance, isolation & disability issues redundant)
- Reduced travel & accommodation costs
- Reduced carbon footprint
- Stats & tracking
- Mobile device streaming (smartphones, iPads, etc)
- Social media integration (Facebook streaming)
- Make video available any time (using video on demand platforms)
Importantly, webcasting is also a secure medium. Most platforms come with registration or password mechanisms to ensure that all information is made available to authorised viewers only.
As one of the most experienced video streaming service providers in the Australia/New Zealand market, Webcasting can help you get your conference streaming in full HD. Our end-to-end service options include:
- Multi camera shoots
- Multimedia integration (Powerpoint slides, video, etc)
- Multi-bitrate streaming (enabling more devices & more viewers to access your stream)
- Closed captioning (critical for those with compliance issues)
- Event apps
- Video On Demand platforms (to get more life out of your event)
At Webcasting we have provided online streaming services for everything from multi-room national conferences to one room industry/sector specific events. If you’re planning a conference in Australia or New Zealand we can help you get more delegates and more revenue and ensure that your speakers’ presentations can be enjoyed long after the final speaker has taken their bow.