Category: Event webcasting
We’re excited to announce our partnership with the National Association of Broadcasters to broaden the reach and create more exposure for the 2014 NAB Show in Las Vegas this week.
Photo: Ralph Welsh, professor at Clemson University, uses flipped instruction to reach more students and create more personalized learning experiences. See what he has to say below.
Enterprises and classrooms pushed rich video to the forefront of their tech plans last year, and Mediasite was at the center of it all.
The video revolution is rapidly changing how we work, learn, communicate, teach and do business. Unleash 2014 lets you join more than 300 of your professional peers for the most in-depth Mediasite and video learning experience. You’ll get the ideas, inspiration and strategies needed to advance your organization’s video initiatives and your own professional goals. Need a good reason to get your boss to approve the conference? Read on for our top 12:
Why it’s good for you:
Since we launched it in 2007, we’ve hosted 199 webinars in our Mediasite webinar program, have garnered 150,872 all-time views and have shared a lot of video knowledge.
This year was our most-watched yet, with 18,372 people tuning in for 16 webinars focusing on what you need to know to stay competitive with your video strategy. Corporate communications? Covered. New technology-driven pedagogies or campus-wide capture solutions? Done. How to prepare for the BYOD revolution? Solved. And there’s more. Much, much more.
Photos from Unleash 2013: (Top) Attendees listen to a keynote speaker in the lecture hall. Mark Dashper of The University of Auckland, New Zealand, gives a presentation during the Show & Share sessions. Attendees talk with Rob Lipps, Sonic Foundry's executive vice president. (Bottom Left) Octavio Heredia of Arizona State University tries out the hamster wheel during the Adult Swim reception at the Madison Children’s Museum. (Bottom Right) Todd Hutchings of Ontario Hospital Association navigates a maze at the Children’s Museum.
You’ve heard of hybrid events. You know that they can help you expand the reach of your event by including those who simply cannot attend via webcasting. But do you know what those remote attendees should experience and what the easiest and most reliable way to make that happen is?
Asking yourself the following questions will help you define your goals for webcasting your event, and help you find the right partner who can hide the complexity and execute a flawless hybrid experience.
It’s day one of a big conference and while most attendees are shaking hands, trading business cards and clamoring for the best seat to catch the opening keynote, there’s a small number of individuals sitting at their office computers sipping coffee and firing up their internet connection.
Photo: Sonic Foundry's InfoComm booth in 2012 during the Mediasite User Group meet-up
It’s hard to believe that it’s been a decade since we first partnered with two of the biggest AV shows in the world, but here we are, once again, capturing the InfoComm 2013 and UBTech 2013 conferences in Orlando, Fla. this week.
We’ve been the streaming sponsor for both shows for the past 10 years, allowing people all over the world to attend these shows remotely via Mediasite webcasts.
Photos: (Top) Mediasite Events live streams a session at Unleash 2013, Sonic Foundry's Mediasite User Conference. (Second) Several large monitors displayed attendee tweets and Instagram pictures via TweetBeam and Hashgram. (Third) Attendees could download an Unleash 2013 app to stay connected. (Fourth) A remote attendee's picture: Caption - Connecting to #mediasite from Dubai for Unleash 2013.