Category: Best practices
How to Become the Go-To Video Guru for Your Organization: Attend Unleash for In-Depth Mediasite Training
We’ve taken Unleash to a whole new level this year by offering you three full days of Mediasite training. In fact, it’s so knowledge-packed that we guarantee you’ll be the go-to Mediasite guru for your organization by the time you’re finished.
Unleash is just two months away, and we’ve got another action-packed, education-filled user conference planned for you this year. Unleash is your best opportunity to explore, learn, connect and play with other Mediasite enthusiasts, newbies and experts. If it’s been a few years since you’ve attended, we encourage you to come back to Madison, Wis. to see what’s new and take advantage of all the great learning opportunities.
Photo: A Mediasite user talks to tech support during 1:1 Guru Time at last year's user conference Unleash.
We care about our customers and want to be there for them to make their Mediasite integrations as smooth and seamless as possible. If you’ve got a question, we’ve got your answer. But don’t just take our word for it. Check out what some of your fellow Mediasite users have to say about our tech support.
The countdown is on to the seventh annual Mediasite User Conference, taking place April 28 – May 1 in Madison, Wisconsin. What separates this gathering from the rest is its aversion to cookie-cutter conferencing. Whether you’re an UNLEASH veteran or this is your first year, here are a few things you should know about what’s coming in 2013.
Thinking of using Mediasite to live stream your next event? Or are you a Mediasite rookie and just need a little 101 before you get started?
Our Event Services Program Director John Pollard has come to the rescue. He recorded this short four-minute video as an overview of the possibilities you have with the Mediasite Player.
If you take away just one thing from the recent study on hybrid events from Sonic Foundry and Meeting Professionals International Foundation, make it this:
While 50% of planners surveyed said cannibalization is a top concern in their organization, 88% of planners who have done hybrid meetings say there’s been NO negative impact on onsite attendance. In fact, many say it even boosts onsite attendance. That’s HUGE!
When you think about what kinds of media people watch, webcasts probably won’t be your first answer.
But as people watch more and more content on their laptops and mobile devices, the lines between broadcast and webcast are blurring. So in order to keep your viewers engaged and watching, webcasts have to measure up to broadcast quality, according to Scott MacGougan.