Two decades before the pandemic, Lime Crane was already perfecting the art of webcasting.
You may be new to the virtual workplace, but that doesn’t mean your remote meetings have to look like Hollywood Squares. Whether you’re hosting a regular financial report or a dynamic guest speaker Zoomed in from across the globe, Lime Crane makes virtual town halls simple, flexible, and flawless.
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Join with a Simple Link
An unlimited number of audience members can join your meetings with the simple click of a link.
Flexible for Every Platform
Speakers and presenters join with their existing video conferencing platform (Teams/Zoom/Google Meet). No new software to learn.
Flawless Execution Every Time
Support for every stage of the process, from pre-show planning to Q&A moderation to post-show reports, so you can be confident of success.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why can’t I just run a Virtual Town Hall without Lime Crane?
Further, we work with corporate communicators every day, making sure their events go off without a hitch, and they look like rock stars. We don’t just know the technology. We also know the business. If you’ve never had to webcast a town hall before, we can guide you through the virtual town hall production process, suggest best practices, and make others in your company wonder how you did it!
What if I need help filming pre-recorded video content for my Virtual Town Hall meeting?
Check out what we can do in Video Production.
Is there any difference between a webcast and an online meeting?
Though a webcast is a meeting that happens online, it’s not just any online meeting. Some of the major differences:
One-to-Many: Whereas in a meeting, a small group of people all discuss something together, in a webcast, a few pre-selected speakers present material to a large group of attenders.
Prepared Content: Whereas in most meetings, the conversation flows freely, so the content of the meeting comes together in real-time, a webcast usually delivers prepared content delivered by those most qualified to present it.
Trackable Interactions: Though most online meetings have a lot of interaction between participants, it can be difficult to record those interactions in clear and usable form. Through the use of polls, surveys, and Q&As, webcasts not only invite interaction from the audience, but easily record those interactions for later review.
With a Lime Crane webcast, our control room allows for even more control of your content and audience interaction. We have access to all the video streams coming in, and we only send content to the audience as it makes sense (just like a professional news broadcast). Further, we moderate the interactions coming in from the audience, so that your presenters are always fully prepared to look their best before they’re on camera.
Want to Know More? Download Our Complete Guide to Webcasting.