Diverse, innovative and interactive: webcasts offer endless opportunities. Are you curious about how our customers use them?
Webcasting is part of the Corporate Governance code for publicly listed companies. It is an effective way to disseminate price-sensitive information simultaneously and transparently among all stakeholders worldwide. Company Webcast understands what is required. A professional crew takes care of recording and live broadcast from any location. Half-year figures, AGMs and EGMs, analyst days or press conferences – the information is immediately available and can be directly viewed and reviewed by all interested parties. Company Webcast is the undisputed market leader in investor relations webcasting.
Events & congresses
Every event you organise is worthy of a webcast. There are always people who simply cannot attend due to their individual circumstances or a lack of time. In that case, webcasting offers a valuable solution. Webcasts increase the reach of every event. Webcasts give your event a new lease of life, and are an unrivalled method for recording events and for preserving and reusing knowledge.
Local government meetings
Webcasts are also popular within the public sector. Use webcasts to make democracy more accessible to everyone. Involve your supporters in political decision-making and policymaking. From council meetings to parliamentary meetings, hearings or political debates – everything can be broadcast. The (automatic) broadcast of such gatherings supports greater governmental transparency and the trend towards paperless meetings. It also generates savings since a webcast replaces the need for verbal reporting. Furthermore, it not only eliminates traditional minute-taking on paper but also better captures the ‘soft’ elements, such as public pressure or the sharp tone of a question, which so often have a huge influence on decision-making.
50% of all classroom teaching will be done digitally by 2019. Educational institutes are increasingly making use of online channels in their teaching activities. Utilise webcasts for lectures, teaching videos, promotional activities towards prospective students or to broadcast debates and congresses. In addition to being used by colleges and universities, webcasts are also used for accredited professional courses, often in combination with an exam. There is no better, more effective way than a webcast to record lectures and lessons in order to preserve and reuse the knowledge they contain.
Weddings & funerals
At most funerals, it is common for some friends or family members to be unable to attend in person due to their individual circumstances, and the same holds true for weddings. Webcasts enable those people to feel part of the occasion after all, and to share in the sorrow or joy. Such occasions deserve to be broadcast live and webcasts enable them to remain available online afterwards too.