10 Resolutions for Recording Large Events
Is 2011 the year you’ve decided to put some portion of your conference online? You aren’t alone. Every week more multi-track, multi-day events take the plunge.
Some quietly record every presentation, making them available to attendees after the event on-demand. Some live stream into a private portal for a remote audience. Some webcast only keynotes but share them far and wide through social media.
All however could save time, money and aspirin by making these 10 resolutions.
Sonic Foundry’s Director of Events Shane Tracy is fresh off the road, having recorded over two hundred (?) conferences, meetings and events in 2010. Join us for this live webcast as he counts down his top ten tips for avoiding conference recording headaches, including:
- The three most important questions you must answer before you pick up the phone to source a conference recording vendor
- Why is it crucial to understand the unique roles and responsibilities of all your technology vendors – AV, IT, webcasting
- How to avoid on-site nightmares like missed recordings and bad audio through speaker education
- The secret behind every successful conference recording, and why most meeting planners fail to follow through with it
- Presented By:
Shane Tracy has been with Sonic Foundry nearly 10 years and currently serves as Director of Events where he is responsible for the Mediasite Events field team and helps customers successfully produce high quality live webcasts, hybridconferences and other online events. Shane has also held various positions in the customer service industry.
- Moderated By:
John Pollard, Mediasite Events Program Director, helps organizations understand and execute successful hybrid events. He's planned conferences in both the US and Germany, and been an employee and consultant of some of the largest companies on the planet - like American Airlines, SAP, JPMorgan Chase, and Honeywell (he's worked for some of the smallest companies on the planet too!). Pollard served as the technical product manager for the Mediasite webcasting technology, and now he brings his depth of Mediasite product knowledge to Mediasite Events, where he helps customers and partners alike understand how to leverage webcasting to create more effective hybrid event experiences.