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Reach your audience with live streaming video

An increasing number of our clients are using live streaming to reach their employees, vendors, clients and yes, even fans. With each passing month, the ease of producing a live streaming event grows easier and more cost effective.

We've produced high-end studio webcasts for Fortune 100 companies and much more budget-conscience webcasts for non-profit organizations. Both events reached viewers around the world who watched on desktops, laptops, tablets and even smart phones.

While online video, most often used on websites or on a video portal such as YouTube, is now commonplace, the use of live streaming is still in its infancy, but growing steadily every year.

ReelSEO Video, a favorite online news resource of mine, published a story on October 1st discussing the popularity of live streaming video and provides an overview of how a business can benefit by utilizing streaming video.

You can read the article here: http://www.reelseo.com/live-streams-gaining-popularity-benefit/

 

Medical Webcast
Live Streaming Webcast for a Continuing Medical Education client, originating at an Atlanta hotel.

 

While most of our streaming media events are live, nearly all feature an on-demand option that allows viewers to watch the webcast at their convenience if they missed any portion of the live event.

Forrester Media offers clients a choice in delivery platforms and production options. We can provide just the production portion and connect to your server, or we can provide a turnkey solution that includes distribution to your audience.

As pricing continues to decline, more and more companies are discovering the benefits of live streaming video. Contact us at 800-201-8102 if we can answer your questions about live streaming video webcasts and webinars. You can also visit us at: http://www.forrestermedia.com.

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