Increase the revenue at your next event with online registration fees and by offering more advertising opportunities for your exhibitors and sponsors. Remove the barriers that are keeping attendees from traveling to your conference and take the conference to them. We offer the service of live broadcasting your event onto the internet.
This is more than just a standard video video feed from your conference. A webcast is when we professionally shoot, font, and add other graphic treatments to provide an engaging experience for virtual attendees, at a cost that is less than you would expect. Your viewers see the event from multiple camera angles with picture in picture splits, featuring simultaneous viewing of presenter and slides, interludes from paying sponsors and broadcast quality switched video.
Our producers require only a broadband connection at your event and provide all the technical support. We also help with online registration and online security, if needed. Meanwhile, you are able to profit from the increased online attendance and you can sell additional advertisement space on the video to your sponsors or exhibitors, without the added venue costs.
From a scrolling ticker featuring sponsor ads, to web-only question and answer sessions with your presenters, to factoid graphics that cycle between sessions, we customize your broadcast to meet your needs.
It’s easy to make live online broadcast part of your upcoming conference. We can help handle registration for the online customers, produce advertising spots for your exhibitors, handle all logistics of producing the live stream. If you’re interested in a totally virtual trade show or stress-free webinar, let WPRNY deliver success for you.
Also, be sure to check out our article in the June issue of Successful Meetings magazine for more on this emerging trend. Read the article here: 3 Ways to Boost Revenue and Attendance with Video Streaming.
We have provided HD camera service in Manhattan for as little as $595, however, only after listening to all your needs will we be able to give you an accurate estimate. To get started with a quick, easy, no hassle, no obligation estimate from WPRNY, please fill out the form on this page now.
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