So, you’ve planned your online event, recruited the speakers, marketed it with great response, and gotten complete stakeholder approval on an online event that you expect will bring in hundreds or thousands of viewers, making months of work entirely worth it! But there’s one last piece that you need to be mindful of before the big day - how do you webcast it?
Webcasts, for the uninitiated, is “broadcasting over the internet,” and this can be anything from a meeting, a live event, a recorded webinar or conference. Mainly, it serves as a way for a webinar or a videoconference to be accessible and even interactive by a large audience. When evaluating webcasting platforms it’s important to keep a few things in mind when vetting your options.
Below we examine some of the current names in webcasting software and evaluate how usable they might be for your organization.
To sum it up, you have a lot of options when it comes to choosing the right webcasting software to broadcast your online events and webinars. But, remember to strike a balance between the right webcasting features that support your presentation and your audience's engagement, with a platform that can be flexible to the potential size of your audience. Samba Live by Digital Samba is a budget-friendly all-in-one solution that works for organizations of any size, without being bloated with too many features or downloads, and still gives you all the tools you need for crystal clear and highly engaging webcasts and webinars.