Whether you’re just starting this venture into livestreaming or you’re a veteran looking for new resources, the plethora of choices can seem daunting. Here are some quick tips and basic information about livestreaming options to get you started.
So you don’t have the budget, time and/or inclination to set up a costly live online video stream of your event. So what. Free and inexpensive solutions abound that utilize hardware you’ve already got.
You probably knew that Google was the No. 1 search engine, but did you realize that YouTube.com was No. 2? If you’re interested in people knowing more about the events you organize, there’s no better way to spread the word than creating video content. Or, better yet, encouraging potential attendees to create content for you. […]
Whether you use YouTube, Facebook, Flickr, iTunes or Vimeo — or all of them — you’re in good company. Primary Research Group has taken a serious look at the video marketing and production practices of more than 60 corporate groups, large and small. Among its findings: 43 percent of those surveyed believe video marketing is […]
Free Wi-Fi was one of the perks hosted buyers enjoyed at the 2011 IMEX Frankfurt conference, but 72 percent of them used an iPhone to access it, 23 percent used an iPad, and only nine percent used a BlackBerry. That’s a dramatic shift from last year’s smartphone use, when BlackBerry held the edge (47 percent […]
Video hosting site YouTube is rolling out a platform to allow partners in good standing to stream live video from their channels at any time and schedule such events so they can be publicized to channel subscribers and other potential viewers. The service will be gradually rolled out over the next year. YouTube is the […]