HD Video, 4K Video, 360 Video streamed to websites, Facebook LIVE and Google LIVE
Bring a global audience to your conference
Webconferences.com has offered webcasts over the Internet since 1999. Whether your audience is 20 or 20,000 we are able to offer a scalable response to meet your needs. We travel to you and can webcast from any location.
The usual experience is to bring our equipment to your conference in a hotel, your meeting in a conference room, or your presentation in a room. We can offer live webcasts over the Internet, or we can record for on-demand viewing at a later date.
Webcasting is a great way for your organization to save on travel expenses and at the same time reach a larger audience. It can also help by capturing the presentations and speakers on video to reivew at a late time. Captioning also adds a professional feature that many clients require.
We use leading-edge technology from Adobe Flash, HtML 5, Flowplayer, RealNetworks, MP4 and the latest hardware and software to ensure your webcast is successful. We also use top grade stream servers that have proven reliability.
If a live webcast is required we do need a high speed Internet connection, satellite feed, or an ISDN line. Please contact us to discuss the webcast requirements.
Some of our clients include:
AHRQ - Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (National Advisory Council) - 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
SAMHSA - The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration - 2012, 2013, 2014
NACHGR - National Advisory Council for Human Genome Research - 2012
NIH - Office of Biotechnology Activities (RAC Meeting Webcasts) - 2001 to 2010
NIH - Secretary's Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health and Society - 2003 to 2010
NIH - National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity (NSABB) - 2005 to 2010
Ocean Literacy - 2005 to 2012
National Geographic - 2002 to 2010
NIH - Roadmap - 2004
Coastal Society - 2004
U.S. Department of Labor - "Advancing the Global Campaign Against Child Labor" - 2000
U.S. Capitol Building, Senate Offices - Briefing on Ocean and Human Health. Bermuda Biological Station February 2000
International Oceanographic Commission - Rapid Assessment of Marine Pollution. Costa Rica, September 1999