Social distancing requirements continue to cancel in-person events, making virtual events more important than ever. All event organizers must rethink how to do things, and fundraisers are no exception. We’ve got five virtual fundraising event ideas that can serve as great alternatives to in-person events.
When you speak in public, whether in person or in a virtual town hall, you are performing before an audience. How well you speak can make the difference between capturing your audience’s attention or having your presentation fall flat. Before your next presentation, consider these 5 rules actors follow to improve the impact of their performances.
Election season 2020 is shaping up to be a historical one as the coronavirus pandemic has altered the way campaigns must be conducted. Social distancing practices require political campaigns to pivot from holding in-person town hall events to hosting them virtually.
New to webcasting? We’re not. After producing hundreds of webcasts from some of our region’s most influential business leaders, we’ve learned a thing or two about the “dos and don’ts” of successful streaming events. Here, we share the helpful webcasting tips we’ve learned over the years.
Savvy corporate leaders who communicate with remote team members know that live video is much more engaging and interactive than audio conferencing. While working from home, leaders must find a substitute for in-person town halls and all hands meetings. Leaders need...
Under the best of circumstances, as soon as one or two attendees “dial in” to any meeting, productivity starts to suffer. There’s a long list of reasons. Attendees often interpret virtual meetings as a license to multi-task. Meeting organizers tend to be less careful...
An overview of how we enable our clients to stream meetings with every employee in their entire organization while all speakers, staff, and production crews are working remotely.
A webcast provides the personable feel of a face-to-face meeting and interactive engagement with employees. Get your management together with staff in remote locations – think of it as a virtual town hall. Your event begins when attendees log in to the session, and you’ll want to make sure that are engaged from the moment they join.
Webcasting is a collaborative endeavor between you and your audience. And while a webcast is presentation-based, it should not be a one-way street. The best communicators allow each presentation to be transformed in response to audience input, while still following their predetermined agenda.
Webcasting a company event allows you to reach a large audience, with little interruption to employees and less of an impact on leadership’s time. It’s also complex. When things go wrong, they must be fixed on the fly, and that requires a certain level of expertise.
Worries surrounding the threat of COVID-19 have resulted in unplanned travel restrictions and limited ability to gather employees together. Webcasting is the perfect alternative.
Web broadcasting is simply broadcasting over the internet. Webcasts can consist of either pre-recorded video or Lime Crane’s signature service – an interactive live stream of projects currently in progress, or time sensitive announcements.
About Lime Crane
Lime Crane creates collaborative and engaging experiences for our clients and their audiences. Our unique webcasting solution enables clients to stream live town halls and panel discussions with every employee in their entire organization – even while all speakers, staff, and production crews are working remotely. We integrate our webcasting technology with your existing video conference systems to overcome the limited capacities of Skype, Zoom, Webex and others.
If you would like to learn more about virtual events and high-quality broadcasts to large unlimited audiences, contact the live stream experts at Lime Crane. Our team offers a rare mix of high-level expertise in Video Streaming Technology, Video Production, and client relations that you will not find anywhere else.