Live Webinars: “What You Need To Know About Live Webcasting and Lecture Capture” and “The Many Flavors of Hybrid Events”
Webinars are free and will go live on Tuesday, January 24
Madison, Wisconsin(20 Jan 2012)
Sonic Foundry, Inc. (NASDAQ: SOFO), the trusted market leader for enterprise webcasting and lecture capture, will host two live webinars this month as part of the company's continuing best practice series.
To register for these complimentary webinars, which go live on Tuesday, January 24, visit www.sonicfoundry.com/webcasts.
And We're Live: What You Need To Know About Live Webcasting and Lecture Capture
Register now for the live webcast | Tuesday, Jan 24 at 11:00 a.m. Central
Why go live? Brian Smith asks why not. As the Video Operations Supervisor for University of Florida, he's been doing live streaming on campus for 11 years, with hundreds of live webcasts under his belt. And he believes going live was integral to the success of lecture capture on campus.
Join him as he shares what you need to know about live webcasting and synchronous lecture capture, including:
- What do you look for in a reliable webcasting system when live is a requirement and failure is not an option?
- Are there differences between live webcasting from a smart classroom vs. hundreds of campus event venues vs. off campus sites? And what are the best practices for making sure all go live without a hitch?
- Why is live webcasting a self-fulfilling prophecy, driving more demand to go live? And does social media play a role?
Presenter: Brian Smith is the Video Operations Supervisor for Academic Technology and Information Technology at the University of Florida.
Moderator: Sean Brown, vice president of education for Sonic Foundry
The Many Flavors of Hybrid Events
Register now for the live webcast | Tuesday, Jan 24 at 1:00 p.m. Central
One of the best ways to understand hybrid events is to see what others are doing. Luckily, Mediasite Events has hundreds from which to draw.
Join Shane Tracy, Director of Event Services, and John Pollard, Event Services Program Director, as they walk through some of the most common types of hybrid events Sonic Foundry has supported and discuss some of the most common decisions you need to make in preparing for those types of events.
At the end of this 30 minute webcast, you'll have a ton of new information that you can use to make your next hybrid event a success.
Presenter: Shane Tracy, Director of Events
Moderator: John Pollard, Mediasite Events Program Director
Mediasite by Sonic Foundry is the trusted market leader for enterprise webcasting, hybrid events and lecture capture. Chosen by more than 900 colleges and universities, the award-winning Mediasite webcasting and content management system quickly and cost-effectively automates the capture, management, delivery and search of video presentations and accompanying graphics for live or on-demand viewing.
About Sonic Foundry®, Inc.
Sonic Foundry (NASDAQ: SOFO, www.sonicfoundry.com) is the trusted market leader for enterprise webcasting and lecture capture, providing video communication solutions for education, business and government. Powered by the patented Mediasite webcasting platform and Mediasite Events group, the company empowers people to transform the way they communicate online, using video webcasts to bridge time and distance, accelerate research and improve performance. Product and service names mentioned herein are the trademarks of Sonic Foundry, Inc. or their respective owners.
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