In a world of competing distractions it’s essential you hook your audience and keep them engaged at your event. That means your content needs to be relevant and valuable to your audience and feature high quality production. But if delivering this is the Bane (super villain pun intended) of your existence, then join us to learn how to become a Content Hero.
Many event planners think creating great content requires tech-savvy and deep digital skills. And for the most part, they are right. Live streaming RTMP feeds, adding lower thirds, inputting exciting video transitions requires special skills and a lot of experience to pull off seamlessly. It should come as no surprise that the people with those skills are not planners, but production crews. And with tight budgets, hiring a full crew and studio is either not an option or will mean compromising on other aspects of your event experience. Oh, and let’s not forget that expectations are at an all time high.
If you’re like us, then this bind has you ready to light up the bat signal. But before you climb a bunch of stairs and probably set off a door alarm in the process, we have some news to share. On October 26th at 11am PST, our resident superheroes, Allie Magyar and Allen Murphy, will show you that with the right tech and a little bit of know-how, producing high quality content that hooks your audience can be easy – no tech background required!
They’ll walk you through everything you need to produce engaging content in the era of digital and give you a demo of our award-winning webcast technology.
When you join us, you’ll learn how to:
- Save money by broadcasting live or pre-recorded content through the cloud, avoiding the need for high-cost equipment.
- Increase engagement with interactivity tools such as customized lobby pages, live chat, Q&A, and polling questions.
- Create TV-style webcasts with tools like template selection, lower-third overlay, and picture-in-picture display.
- Get reporting and analytics in real-time to learn from each webcast, maximizing the overall effectiveness of your event.
Don’t forget, it’s October 26th at 11am PST!
Chief Product Officer