Wednesday, January 28, 2015 @ 3:00 pm EST
Planners tend to shy away from streaming video for conferences in fear that it might deter attendees from participating in person. On the contrary, streaming video can actually extend the life of a meeting. Streaming offers opportunities that generate nontraditional revenue and provide additional vehicles to meet educational objectives.
This webinar will identify the differences between and when best to use the following mediums:
- Video Conferencing
- Web Conferencing
- Streaming Video
Prior to starting Corporate Events Online, Jim held positions with Foote, Cone & Belding and Kraft Foods. Jim is grateful to have the opportunity to lead a team of talented, hard-working, technical professionals, dedicated to providing enterprise-grade communication technology solutions, to organizations around the world.
Jim is a life-long, dyed-in-the-wool, video and technology enthusiast, dating back to the purchase of his first computer, a Tandy 2000 in 1983. Jim earned his B.A. in Mass Communication & Media Arts from Southern Illinois University
Erik Anderson, Vice President
Corporate Events Online
Erik is active in three areas at Corporate Events Online: Operations, Production, and Business Development. He is committed to eliminating technical uncertainty associated with communicating online to produce successful outcomes on behalf of clients in order to extend the value of their message.
About Corporate Events Online:
Corporate Events Online is an Internet Broadcasting and Communication Technology company. We provide Communication Technology services for the Meeting & Event Industry through Our People, Our Products and our Process. Over the years, we have been trusted to provide Internet Broadcasting & Communication Technology services on behalf of some of the world’s most respected organizations.
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