Sonic Foundry Live Webinars: “Behind the Black Curtain: 10 Secrets for Producing Your Best Hybrid Event” and “Small Budget, Big Impact Lecture Capture”
MADISON, Wis., Feb. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Sonic Foundry, Inc. (NASDAQ: SOFO), the trusted market leader for enterprise webcasting and lecture capture, will host two live webinars this month as part of the company’s continuing best practices series.
Behind the Black Curtain: 10 Secrets for Producing Your Best Hybrid Event
Register now for the live webcast | Tuesday, Feb 21 at 11:00 a.m. Central
When you hear “hybrid event” you might think the key to success is what happens online – the speakers, streaming video, social media and the like.
But the world’s best event producers know different. The most successful hybrid events begin months before registration opens, and most of the magic happens on site, behind the black curtain. Wish you could get a sneak peek at what works? Then Tahira Endean is about to make your day.
She’ll show her work from recent conferences like Event Camp Vancouver, and answer your pressing questions, including:
- How do you build timelines for hybrid event planning, and for the hybrid event itself?
- What is the best way to choose trusted partners, and get them to collaborate before, during and after the event?
- Are there shortcuts for choosing the right hybrid event technology?
- Where is the best place to station the technology table? And how many should you have?
- Who does what job, on site and online, during a hybrid event?
Presenter: Tahira Endean, CPM is the Director of Creative and Production at Cantrav Services in Vancouver.
Moderator: Erica St. Angel, Vice President of Marketing for Sonic Foundry
Small Budget, Big Impact Lecture Capture
Register now for the live webcast | Tuesday, Feb 21 at 2:00 p.m. Central
How did a university with a minimal budget, one full time staff member and three campuses, including a distance learning program with 16,000 students, get to 2,500 online presentations with 131,085 views?
A Massey University professor, instructional designer and academic technologist will all tell you the same thing: vision, cooperation and Mediasite lecture capture technology.
This three-part webinar features academic perspectives on how to get the most out of lecture capture automation for the biggest learning impact.
Presenters: Dr. Terry Macpherson is professor of marketing in the College of Business at Massey University. Matt Alexander is the single staff member dedicated to supporting university-wide lecture capture for Massey’s five colleges, as well as conferences, staff training and high profile live webcasts. Scott Symonds assists faculty and academic staff to integrate online video into their daily teaching.
Moderator: Sean Brown, Vice President of Education for Sonic Foundry
Mediasite by Sonic Foundry is the trusted market leader for enterprise webcasting, hybrid events and lecture capture. Chosen by more than 950 colleges and universities, the award-winning Mediasite webcasting and content management system quickly and cost-effectively automates the capture, management, delivery and search of video presentations and accompanying graphics for live or on-demand viewing.
About Sonic Foundry®, Inc.
Sonic Foundry (NASDAQ: SOFO, www.sonicfoundry.com) is the trusted market leader for enterprise webcasting and lecture capture, providing video communication solutions for education, business and government. Powered by the patented Mediasite webcasting platform and Mediasite Events group, the company empowers people to transform the way they communicate online, using video webcasts to bridge time and distance, accelerate research and improve performance. Product and service names mentioned herein are the trademarks of Sonic Foundry, Inc. or their respective owners.
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