How Webcasting Helps New Law School Grads Find Work in a Recession-Scarred State: RMIA Association Finalist Tennessee Bar Association
(Part of an ongoing series featuring Rich Media Impact Awards finalists)
What would motivate a small non-profit to buy an enterprise grade webcasting platform? Could they ever expect to see a return on that kind of investment? And why bother with professional-grade, purpose-built hardware, when software is cheaper and easier, right?
Here's an interesting fact about NASA: while the Space Shuttle has been its highest profile mission, it is only one of 93 active missions NASA is working on. At least 1,000 workers plus 2,000 contractors across the entire country provide important services every day to get to the point of liftoff. The NASA Safety Center (NSC) is responsible for training these individuals, as well as providing safety assurance for NASA's most critical missions and some of the nation's most significant investments.
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If you stop for a moment and think about the last presentation you watched (or presented), did the speaker read the slides to you? Did you hear the phrase, "Now this next one might be a little hard to read"? Were there flashy animations? Or over-enthusiastic use of clip art?
You aren't alone.
Ever wish you could ask an expert how to make your live streaming video look better? Here's your chance. On Tuesday, May 24 at noon central, you'll have a rare opportunity for one-on-one Q&A with one of the most well-respected streaming video consultants, writers and instructors around: Jan Ozer.