Webcast – Your Corporate Broadcast

Webcast is a streaming tool that enables enterprises to launch company-wide live video sessions.
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About movingimage Webcast

Stream your live company events at scale! movingimage Webcast is a livestreaming and slide-synchronization tool that allows you to extend your broadcast to all employees, business partners, and shareholders, wherever they may be with its unmatched streaming quality across all devices and operating systems.

Webcast Features

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    Breakneck-Speed HTML5 Video Player

    Our robust HTML5 player allows you to match your Webcast to your corporate design standards, including logos, colors, fonts, buttons, and layout. It boasts fast loading time, high resolution, low CPU usage during playback, and Flash fallback.
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    Live Streaming Statistics

    Our live analytics dashboard allows you to review and monitor your streaming sessions at a glance and in real time. Metrics include file quality, concurrent viewers, device & browser, views and plays, geolocation, etc.
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    Q&A Feature

    Our interactive Q&A feature allows you to connect with remote viewers and establish a two-way communication channel through which remote viewers can refer questions to the speakers in real-time via a dedicated chatbox.
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    Our metadata fields include, among other things, a video's title, its description, and keywords. These parameters can be used within the platform to search for corresponding as well as related video content.
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    Post-Live Features

    Our post-live features allow you to modify your Webcast following its live broadcast. These include slide synchronization, presentation updates, video chapters, 3rd party CMS embedding, on-demand mode, and more.
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    eCDN and CDN Delivery

    Our platform supports video delivery via both Content Delivery Network (CDN) and Enterprise Content Delivery Network (eCDN), allowing you to distribute live and on-demand video content regardless of network conditions.
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What is a webcast?

A webcast is a live broadcast of audio or video presentation over the Internet/Intranet. Operators of a webcast use webcast streaming technology to distribute the broadcast to a large number of simultaneous listeners/viewers who can access the webcast through any device.  

How does a webcast work?

As mentioned above, a webcast makes use of special technology to distribute a single stream to many concurrent viewers. This technology consists of hardware components responsible for processing media in real-timeas well as software componentsresponsible for individual user transmissions. Learn more about live streaming components. The resulting combination provides users with gated access to the webcast on any device and operators with real-time data about the stream and viewers. 

Can a live webcast be recorded?

You can record your webcast, depending on your webcasting solution/webcast platform. Some software, such as movingimage Enterprise Video Platform, allows you to record your webcast and upload it for on-demand viewing. If your webcasting solution does not offer recording capabilities, you will need to use third-party software.  

Webcast or Webinar: What’s the difference?

Though both a webcast and webinar are designed for knowledge sharing via an internet/intranet connection, they differ in function and audience sizeA live video webcast is typically live, one-to-many presentation that resembles a traditional TV broadcastwhereas a webinar is smaller and more interactive  

Webcast best practices

  • Pick a topic and a clear concept

    A webcast is your opportunity to demonstrate authority by educating your viewers. Do your research and pick a topic that addresses your viewers’ concerns and queries. You can do so by polling your audience, asking other team members, or searching Google Analytics

  • Create a registration page

    Create a registration page a month or so ahead of time and promote it on multiple platformsThis will allow you to know your audience in advance and prepare better.

  • Choose the right webcast platform

    Choose a webcasting solution that meets your event’s objectives. For example, in terms of scalability, sharing options, compatibility with all devices and browsers, and webcast tools and features.

  • Upload the webcast for on-demand viewing

    Recording your webcasts is a recommended strategy that allows you to engage with a broader audience as well as apply post-live features on your webcast (e,g.add subtitles, divide into chapters, etc.)

  • Use professional help

    Hosting a webcast yourself, though possible, is significantly more complicated than with a professional assistant. Ask a video expert to help you before and during your live stream, regardless of its purpose! Contact us to take your live stream up a notch!

Webcast Use Cases

Though webcasting can be used for all business communication purposes, some use cases are more prevalent than others. Mainly: 

  • Townhall events

    Webcasting allows companies to virtualize their otherwise on-site Townhall events. Using a webcast, organizers must not limit on the number of participants. Rather, they can scale up or down depending on the number of attendees at any given moment.

  • Company announcements

    Webcasting is the ultimate transparency enhancer: it allows organizations to share important information with all employees while maintaining a two-way interaction channel for feedback and questions.

  • Corporate learning and training

    Webcasting is a great way to facilitate learning or training for remote viewersInstructors can share slides and videos with multiple participants at a time and enable Q&A for any questions that may arise. They can also leverage the recordings and create an on-demand training series.