Could live audio streaming and audio recording at conferences provide more opportunities to share ideas? In this post we explore how podcasting and audio reuse can be used to amplify conference papers.
Should academics be discouraged from live-tweeting conferences, or should speakers be more aware that their comments may be broadcast online? We reflect on the #Twittergate debate.
High quality audio is one of the top things clients and delegates request in event video coverage, even at smaller events. In this post, we consider how to improve both our sound equipment and techniques.
Parallel sessions give your local attendees choice and flexibility, but how easy is it to give the remote audience that same sense of choice? We consider strategies for handling parallel sessions at an amplified event.
When bad weather or travel disruption hit an event, it might not just be the audience who are remote. After the recent snow fall, we discuss best practice when facilitating a remote presentation.
What’s it like to talk to an invisible audience? We consider the experience of presenting remotely to an audience you can’t see.