Category - Event Managers’ Guide


Webinar Presenter Guide – Zoom, Skype, Webex, Google Hangouts etc

This is a short guide for presenters taking part in a fully virtual or hybrid live webinar. We’re assuming that you will be participating remotely via a video conferencing link using a service such as Zoom, Skype, Webex, Google Hangouts etc. You will be presenting either using video via a webcam, slides using a screen …


Event Video – An Event Manager’s Guide

Event Video:Β Top tips for the Event Manager Event Video filming is now standard for most conferences and clients commonly opt for a highlights film or a recording of the presentations for on-demand viewing. In this blog post you will learn some top tips for organising an event video and working with an event video production …


Benefits of using more than one camera for your event video

Using more than one camera to film your live event adds a lot to the final production, whether it is a live stream, virtual conference or an on-demand film uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo or our GloCast unbranded video player. Using multiple cameras makes yourΒ film look dynamic and interesting with higher quality production values. When an …


Hosting an event to watch a live stream? – How to show a live webcast to an audience

People often think a webcast goes out from a conference to lots of individuals, each sitting by their computer in far away locations. Although this solitary activity is the norm, there is a growing trend of groups getting together to watch the live stream, discuss matters around the presentations, network and participate in the Q&A …


Live Streaming | The importance of a site visit

Today I completed two site visits; one at IET Teacher Building (@IETvenues) and another at the brand newΒ Glasgow Sculpture Studios (@GSSGLASGOW). Both are fantastic meeting venues for live streaming events. They’re very different in many respects but have one vital thing in common: an excellent internet connection! I always recommend a site visit before a …