The point of a live webcast is to create a virtual shared experience, to deliver a seamless message to a unified audience, and to articulate important messages in a way that engages viewers and brings ideas to life.
A live webcast is a more dynamic and impactful version of an email memo, or even a video recording. As such, they are saved for delivering important messages. But too often they have the adverse effect due to poor webcasting quality.
Our #SaveYourCEO video series depicts the typical problems with webcasting technology, problems that undermine the intended goal of a live webcast. Check out the third video in our ongoing series to see the mess our CEO gets into this time.
Check out SaveYourCEO.com to see the full series and how you can #SaveYourCEO from unreliable webcasting.