EVENT WEBCAST & DELIVERY SOLUTIONS

Premier provides a variety of webcast and delivery methods for your next event. Selecting one webcast and one delivery solution is required, but a combination of multiple solutions can be utilized to meet the unique needs of your event. 

Webcast Solutions

Solution 1: 

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Use Your Facilities and Existing IT Systems

 

START WITH WHAT YOU ALREADY HAVE

Host your event from your own facility and utilize your existing IT systems installed in your conference and training rooms to transmit your message to your audience (e.g. WebEx, Google Hangout, Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams, etc.).


Basic:

Vendor partners can offer support for your webcast to ensure its success in multiple ways.
– Production support can aid with logistics, scripting, and content.
– The consultation from a Systems Integrator will guarantee your conference system is supporting your webcast.
– Technical support will suggest technical elements needed to produce the desired webcast.

Standard:

Step up the quality of your webcast by replacing the traditional webcam to enhance your production value.
– Add professional quality broadcast cameras and operators to produce clean, well-framed shots of your presenters.
– A camera and graphics switching package will be required when adding the broadcast cameras. This will ensure your audience is viewing the appropriate camera shot or graphic to portray your message.

Enhanced:

Consider if your presenter will need to interact with the content. This can be achieved by adding a monitor or video wall within the camera shot.

Solution 2:  

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Webcast Your Event to Remote Audience

 
ALREADY HAVE AN EVENT PLANNED OR ARE CURRENTLY PLANNING AN EVENT?

Add webcasting equipment to your existing set design to reach your remote audience.

 

Basic:

The simplest solution is to add the equipment necessary to webcast your content with audio from the room out to your remote audience.

Standard:

To further enhance your webcast, add additional cameras to achieve dynamic viewpoints for the remote audience.
Provide unique viewpoints through:
– Wide-angle shots
– Robo cameras from within or above the audience
– A jib for sweeping shots
– Wireless cameras to grab shots throughout the room

Enhanced:

Create a unique and engaging experience for the remote audience by focusing on the camera shots rather than content.
To achieve this, a separate switching package is required to tailor this message.

Solution 3:  

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Create A Customized Webcast Studio

 

CREATE AN EXPERIENCE CUSTOMIZED FOR YOUR NEEDS

Use your own facility, rented space, or one of LMG’s studio spaces located in Orlando or Las Vegas (no delivery costs to an LMG studio) to host public or private webcasts.

 

Basic:
Webcast

Create a specific studio space to provide a quality webcast to your audience.
– Use professional quality broadcast cameras and operators to produce clean, well-framed shots of your presenters.
– A camera and graphics switching package will be required when adding the broadcast cameras. This will ensure your audience is viewing the appropriate camera shot or graphic to portray your message.

Standard:
Webcast

In what environment do you plan to present your content?
– Podium
– Fireside chat
– News desk
– Talk show set
How will your presenters interact with content?
– A monitor
– A full monitor wall
– LED wall
– Touchscreen
Consider using multiple environments and interaction methods listed above to create a dynamic studio presentation.

Enhanced:
Webcast

Create an immersive presentation with your content through green screen or digital environments.
Digital environments achieve this by incorporating camera tracking and real-time content rendering.
A green screen, while not as immersive, provides a simpler solution.

Delivery Solutions

Solution 1: 

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Personal Computer or Mobile Device


 INDEPENDENT & ON THE GO

Use your organization’s conference systems (e.g. WebEx, Google Hangout, Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams, etc.) or streaming platform (e.g. Live Stream, YouTube, IBM Cloud/Upstream, Vimeo, etc.) to deliver content to your audience via computer and/or mobile device. 


Standard:

The easiest method to deliver your webcast to attendees is to use their computer or mobile device.
For an optimum experience, make sure your attendees have the latest version of software installed before broadcasting your message.

Enhanced:

Create an online portal for your webcast event. This provides one location for social interaction, your webcast, and supporting content.

Solution 2: 

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Conference Space Delivery

 

USE WHAT YOU ALREADY HAVE

Deploy your organization’s conference system (e.g. WebEx, Google Hangout, Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams, etc.) to allow your audience to watch your webcast remotely from your conference or training rooms.

 

Solution 3: 

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Viewing Party

 

BRING YOUR ATTENDEES TOGETHER

Create a satellite location for attendees to gather and watch your webcast remotely as a group.

 

Basic:

Consider the method of displaying your webcast to your remote audience with one or more of the following:
– A full monitor wall
– A monitor
– LED wall
– Projection

 

Standard:

To include your remote location in your main webcast, add a camera and small broadcast package.

Enhanced:

For presenters that are not physically able to be in your main studio, consider adding a small webcast feed to return the signal to the main studio.

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