Recordings from actual webcasts to demonstrate what is possible.
Webcasting that’s out of this world!
This unique live webcast linked Queen’s University in Kingston with the International Space Station. Delegates questioned astronaut Drew Feustel as he floated high above earth. The stream was a collaboration between NASA, Queen’s and Webcast Canada. Watch to see if Drew can establish contact.
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In this special Canada Day broadcast, four cameras are strategically positioned throughout the building, capturing not only the stage, but an upper hallway where Prince Charles made his way through the crowds.
The possibilities are endless for how your webcast can appear. In this medical press conference, the association’s logo is in the bottom left corner with the podium camera shot above and large slides over to the right.
Make your webcasts accessible to people with hearing disabilities and all audiences. Closed captioning is mandatory for federal government public webcasts, is required under many provincial regulations and is a best practice at all times. Captioning and Sign Language are available in both official languages.
Save thousands otherwise spent on sending your experts around the globe by webcasting their presentations and inviting viewers to send in questions.
Save money by beaming in presenters from anywhere in the world. In the past, connecting a presenter from another city was expensive and clumsy. But new technology has made it easier. Eliminate expensive,time consuming and environmentally damaging travel.
For a full demo of the Webcast Canada platform, including a live broadcast, or to simply learn more – email us any time at: [email protected]
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