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Webcast Event Life Cycle

Every event needs planning, whether it’s a five-year-old’s birthday party, a corporate event, or an internal business meeting. This includes webcasts. A quality webcast that has any chance of showing a positive ROI needs thorough planning with a detail-oriented manager. This is why Worktank came up with the Event Life Cycle. Planning Before anything can…

The Simplest Way To Supercharge Your Marketing

With an endless stream of content bombarding us every minute of every day, there are few proven ways to capture and hold our time-starved attention like videos. Are you reading this blog post or are you just skimming it? Videos have evolved well beyond marketing tools posted on your corporate website. When leveraged properly they…

A Quarterly All-Hands Meeting Webcast Customer Story

Each quarter, the world leader in compact, professional electronic test tools hosts a large internal virtual event. The president of the company presents critical information to all employees located around the globe. They require a high-quality live video stream of the presenter, the ability to show pre-recorded video, high security access and post-event reporting, and…

AT&T 8525 – A Video Customer Story

High Tech Computer Corp. (HTC) manufactured the AT&T 8525, a smartphone that offers an unparalleled selection of business and personal applications. Unfortunately, it suffered from a lack of mindshare with its target audience—on-the-go business enterprise power users who need to be wirelessly connected to their office, no matter where they are. HTC needed to raise…

Academy Live – A Webcast Customer Story

Microsoft Academy Live is one of Microsoft’s most effective tools for delivering technical content presented by subject matter expert to its partners and employees. Consisting of both live webcasts and on-demand delivery (Academy Mobile), the group delivers approximately 2,000 live webcasts a year with a total of 350,000 views. When you include both live webcast…