Trick Out Your Webcast!
Whether it be a moon roof, pull down television or a push button start, everyone loves the upgrades available with new cars. Customers often ask themselves the same two questions when purchasing car upgrades as they do when purchasing a webcast upgrade: “Do I really need it?” and “Is it worth the price?” The available webcast options have to be right for the company message; having an array of options to choose from allows for many avenues to travel.
Slideshows are no longer limited to just viewer and presenter controlled static images. They can now be charismatic pieces of motion art with animations, builds and embedded videos. These ever expanding options are there to engage, as well as inform the audiences. The live streaming video webcasts offer the luxury of watching an executive team present their 5 to 10 year projections while saving the viewer a plane ticket, cab fare and hotel room. Companies can also offer two-way-calling into the room so audiences can pose questions directly to the presenters via a teleconference bridge.
In order to encourage more audience participation, webcasts can offer interactive Q&A, polling, surveys and social media feeds available while the event is streaming live. It’s a potpourri of options meant to captivate the viewers and offer more than just a one-way conversation.
The hottest add-on item right now is a prerecorded presentation with live presenter Q&A. These prerecords can be scheduled together with all the presenters, or scheduled on different dates and times with an editing team that splices all the presentations together to form one cohesive package. When a proof is approved, it is prepared for play out for the live event. While the recording is played out, the presenter can listen to the presentation, while sorting through the Q&A caller list and preparing for the Q&A portion of the presentation.
Add on a transcript or mp3 to your order and have a record of the event that can be digitally filed for your records.
These webcasts don’t drive themselves. It’s the presenters and their messages that make the webcast go. It’s just always a better ride when you have all the latest and greatest options at your fingertips.
Contact a MultiVu webcast producer to begin tricking out your webcast today!
ABOUT THE EXPERT: Richard Dziegielewski
Richard Dziegielewski, Webcast Producer. Richard joined the team in 2002 and has seen it grow exponentially. He provides the utmost in production expertise to MultiVu’s prestigious clients. He has produced events with celebrities and executives of multinational corporations. Richard lives in New Jersey with his wife and children where he coaches basketball and is a Cub Scout leader.
MultiVu, a Cision/PR Newswire division, produces and places compelling content strategically across multiple channels globally to deliver targeted results and drive desired engagement. Created in 2002 from network news veterans and media relations professionals, MultiVu has grown into a content creation and media strategy company, leading in the broadcast communications industry. More information can be found on www.multivu.com.