Tag: live streaming
Recently, hundreds of event professionals – myself included – gathered in New York City for BizBash Live New York 2017. BizBash Live is a one-day conference where the events world can come together to collaborate, attend education sessions and learn about the latest innovations in event management. It was truly an overload of all the senses!
There was a mentalist, nail art, live music and people dressed like a snow globe and a zoltar (remember those fortune telling machines?). He told me that video in events will explode in 2018, by the way! I could even get a cookie with my selfie on it!
I attended BizBash Live with the Mediasite Events crew, showcasing the importance and ease of integrating video in events and meetings.
Challenge: Ideas with Impact is a brand communications and event marketing company that helps its clients deliver live events and executive communications. The events range from intimate VIP gatherings to user conferences with thousands of attendees, and Ideas with Impact works with its clients on every aspect – production, execution, messaging and content creation. “We […]
This is part three of a series called Livestreaming Your Event by guest columnist Timothy Mercer, Senior Content Marketer at Cvent. So, what to do with livestream content? Your event’s over, your attendees have all returned to their 9-to-5s and you’ve got a bunch of footage that you livestreamed from your event. You might have footage […]
This is part two of a series called Livestreaming Your Event by guest columnist Timothy Mercer, Senior Content Marketer at Cvent. In Part 1, we covered some basic facts about livestreaming (In case you missed it – Livestreaming 101: Basic Best Practices for Events), and I left you with some questions to help guide your decisions on […]
This is part one of a series called Livestreaming Your Event by guest columnist Timothy Mercer, Senior Content Marketer at Cvent. Whether you’re trying to reach a broader audience, cut costs, raise revenue or repurpose event content, incorporating livestreams as part of your event strategy is the newest thing for 2017. In this series, we’ll cover […]
Feel-Good Mediasite Moment of the Week – UNLEASH Edition – from Mona Aldana-Ramirez, San Antonio College
"UNLEASH feeds my creative side, and at the same time I discover my inner “tech geek”. The conference is innovative and pushes the envelope on incorporating new technology – such as the conference’s new mobile app. I especially enjoy networking with people from all around the world and discussing ideas and tips. I leave knowing that I can utilize Mediasite and other technologies in many more ways. Sonic Foundry takes care of the details that make for an invigorating experience that recharges my “go get ‘em” spirit. I leave with the UNLEASH advantage.
The Future of Technology in Education (FOTE) conference in London, England always sells out fast to IT directors and managers, learning technologists, practitioners and anyone else interested in educational technology.
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?
Last year, I learned how the words quick, light, and easy could change how I approach running (thanks to Christopher McDougall and his book, Born to Run). On a run last week, I was focusing on those three words when it struck me – these same three words could change how event planners, meeting planners and conference organizers integrate online audiences with live events.
Curious as to how they apply? Read on. I’ll work through the three in reverse order.
Classroom Capture and the Community College CIO: Effects on Student Satisfaction, Performance and Retention
Lawrence Schaaf, CIO and Dean of Academic Technology Services at North Hennepin Community College, was charged with trying to solve three major issues on campus: student satisfaction, student performance, student retention and completion.