YouTube’s announcement that they were defaulting to HTML5 playback was widely reported in the tech media as the final nail in Flash’s coffin. Although this may be true long-term, Flash will still be in use for a variety of reasons for at least the next five years. Jan Ozer has an excellent article on StreamingMedia.com that […]
Our new event and video webcast service can be used with the iPhone or Android device to take questions from your audience. For live events we provide a Twitter stream and the ability to submit private questions to your panelists. View this demonstration to see how it works!
Our new video webcast solution makes it easy to deliver a conference or seminar on the web and take questions from the audience. Where you want to encourage drive-by viewing, visitors can access the player anonymously. Then they can choose to submit questions via Twitter or through the private question feature shown below: To simplify […]
We have been very busy improving our existing services and adding new capabilities, and I wanted to give you a glimpse of what is coming. Below is a sneak-peak of our new live video webcast player. It supports both Flash and Silverlight Video, and is configurable to suit both internal corporate webcasts as well as […]
It’s not easy to keep the names and affiliations of a large panel of speakers straight. Not only is this confusing to your local audience, it can prevent them from asking directed questions to specific members of your panel. When Coreography webcasts an event, we place the current speakers name and title on the live […]