Event promoters can increase the value of their events if they take their rich content beyond the four corners of the room with video coverage. Here are some tips.
Just as I do not believe that sticking a camera in the back of a room makes a hybrid event, I do not believe that randomly jumping in front of the camera and talking to the virtual audience makes a virtual emcee.
Did you know it’s a scientific fact that if you leave your earbuds lying around, they’ll get tangled? And there’s more! Chief AV Girl Midori Connolly is back with more tech-infused travel tips. Watch this short video and learn how to stay charged up and in-control on-site or in transit. And don’t forget: If you’d […]
You plan it and they come, but if attendees don’t feel welcome or want to participate, your event is a failure. As events become more sophisticated, planners need to be more savvy about creating entrance points for people to interact with each other and feel like they’re being heard. Luckily, there are several tech tools that can help.
Last month we explored some excellent ways your AV company might be able to save you time, hassle and/or money when you share key pieces of information with them. Here are a couple of other items that might help you do the same.
At a recent event, I was reminded of how easy it is to overlook certain pieces of key information or communication that could be vital to the success of an audiovisual solution. In particular, this information applies to small associations or smaller meetings where there often isn’t a formal production crew or Technical Director.