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Web Broadcasting Your Conference: A Guide for Business and Association Conference Organisers Martin Shepherdly

Web Broadcasting Your Conference: A Guide for Business and Association Conference Organisers

Martin Shepherdly

Published January 11th 2012
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This book is a practical introduction and guide for those involved in organising workshops, seminars, conferences and congresses… in fact pretty much any kind of face to face event. It provides a basic level of knowledge to help you clarify yourMoreThis book is a practical introduction and guide for those involved in organising workshops, seminars, conferences and congresses… in fact pretty much any kind of face to face event. It provides a basic level of knowledge to help you clarify your thoughts and ideas so that you can start to define your organisation’s web broadcasting strategy and prepare for your first web broadcast.If you can answer “yes” to one or more of the eight questions below, then this book is definitely for you.1.Are you frustrated at the amount of time and effort that goes into putting presentations together, for them only to be seen and heard once by an audience limited to the number of seats you can squeeze in the room?2.Do you want to engage a remote audience who cannot or will not physically attend your event?3.Do you believe that there is inherent value in the knowledge and expertise contained in your presentation content that you should be recording?4.Do you want to reduce the cost of your event? Of course this needn’t be limited to hard cash- you may be looking to reduce the environmental price tag too.5.Do you want to enhance the experience of delegates by giving them access to recordings of the sessions post event?6.Are you trying to find new ways to retain and recruit members?7.Are you looking for new ways to generate revenue for your organisation?8.Are you obliged by compliance regulations to make your presentation content available to a wider audience?