audience engagement in virtual meetings

Audience Engagement At-a-Glance

Every virtual event client will tell us they have a specific message delivery need. And every live webcast event can have different measurement of success. Fortunately we have an entire array of interactivity tools and approaches you can take to maximize content impact and retention success. Cutting-edge interactivity tools (designed for audience engagement excellence) means we can optimize your message …

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Virtual Annual Meetings and Shareholder Forums

Annual meetings and shareholder forums often come with high cost and low participation. Many companies are now turning to video and audio webcasting technology as the best-practices solution for more effectively managing shareholder engagement while containing meeting costs. Webcasting technology enables your shareholders to attend meetings, vote, ask questions and answer surveys in a secure online environment. Virtual meetings/forums are …

Making Virtual Meetings Better

Live and Virtual Audiences – Breaking Down Barriers

Live and virtual audiences may be located differently but the fundamental problems of reaching them remain the same – how do you engage with an audience and how do you get them to remember your content? We recently encountered this exact issue with a client who wanted to establish and educate a live audience as to the legitimate need for …

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Streaming / Webcasting Events Versus Satellite

Webcasting – the distribution of live or on-demand media over the Internet using streaming technology to distribute a single content source to many simultaneous listeners/viewers. While radio and TV stations are the largest “webcasters,” the technology has become readily available and cost-effective for use in the corporate world. Specifically, it’s been a long-standing marketing outreach source in the pharmaceutical industry …

Audience Interaction: The Evolution of Xyvid’s Second Screen Experience

In the corporate world, webcasting has slowly become a commodity. A few years back, Streaming Media Magazine conducted research revealing that 15 to 25 percent of firms looked to cut funding from their event planning departments in order to save money proving that live events are becoming too expensive to sustain1. Today, we’ve seen that number grow to more than …