The surprising connection between cute animal videos and streaming a conference. Whether you have a pet of your own or not, one thing I think we can all agree on is that associations and live streaming go together like cats and dogs.
Football would never be that popular, though, if those other millions didn’t have such an easy way to access it. It’s only through event broadcasting that so many people are able to keep up with their favorite team.
MPI Academy needed a way to serve online customers properly, and capture the revenue it lost every year as the result of depending on an honor system. MPI Academy decided to integrate its ClickMeeting Service with Digitell’s new OPUS DX platform.
For many Associations, Live Virtual Events have become the positive “Game Changer” that their Association needed to drive attendance, increase engagement with their members and generate much needed new revenue.
The live streaming technology enabled more people who care about finding a cure for CF to unite, share stories, and celebrate ongoing medical progress being made by the Foundation.
In today’s world, gaming is everywhere and is one of the most powerful tools to engage your community. Now gaming is playing an important role in engaging conference attendees, especially virtual attendees.
Associations are racking their brains trying to find more Member Benefit Programs, when the best Member benefit they can offer their Members is access to the content they already produce.
ACRP was able to remote in the Presenters from their home location to give their presentation to the more than 1,500 attendees gathered at the Washington State Convention Center. The audience was able to ask them questions as if they were actually in the room, and the session barely skipped a beat.
The success of most Associations is centered around the success of their Annual Meeting. In today’s world, many Associations struggle at finding ways to offset the increasing travel frustrations, and grow their meeting.
The Value of Re-Broadcasting Your Content – an interview with Michelle Spangenburg MS, RD, Director of Education and Research with ASPEN