Best practices for adding live video to your All-hands

Tuesday October 30, 2012 2:00 PM ET/ 11:00 AM PT

CEO’s and senior executives are requesting the addition of live video to their company all-hands in record numbers, primarily due to the significant advantage of increasing employee engagement. However, this adds complexity and risk to one of the most business critical meetings a leader will have throughout the year. We have brought together a team of video professionals with years of hands-on experience, specifically in the area of enterprise video webcasting, to share what they have learned.

What Attendees will learn:

  • Assessing, preparing and testing your network
  • Priming the video delivery mechanisms for the ‘Go Live’
  • Lights, camera, action – are you technically ready?
  • Setting expectations for event stakeholders
  • Keeping your CEO happy before, during and after an event
  • If I could do it over again, what would I do differently?

Who should attend:

Video Production, Event Management and IT professionals responsible for supporting “All-hands” company-wide live video broadcasts, Chief Architects, Network Architects, Network Managers, Studio Managers, Corporate Communications Stakeholders &  Support Staff.

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Ryan Osborne
Global Product Manager - Webcasting and Virtual Environments

Ryan is a leading expert in virtual event and video technologies. He has spent the last 12 months focusing and driving InterCall's webcasting, virtual event and streaming media strategies into industry leading. Prior, Ryan oversaw InterCall operations for all webcast and streaming event management, including consulting and coordination of virtual strategies for PepsiCo, Nike, and IBM. Prior to InterCall, Ryan worked for several small start-ups focused on integrating web conferencing strategies and services into the enterprise.

Chris Lloyd Solutions Architect

Chris is a Systems Architect with responsibility for all aspects of the design and implementation of large-scale video and web content services. Highly experienced in systems engineering, fault resolution, and reacting to a diverse range of day-to-day implementation, project management and operational issues. Chris works with global account executives to present and sell Kontiki’s hybrid SaaS platform and professional services to major enterprises (50,000+ employees) and broadcasters throughout Europe.

Alex Lindsay Chief Architect
Pixel Corps

Alex Lindsay has been working in computer graphics and video production for over 20 years. Starting in Programming and Computer Aided Drafting, Alex has worked in print, games, interactive, broadcast, and film. He spent 3 years working at Lucasfilm and Industrial Light and Magic on "Star Wars: Episode 1" before starting his own companies, dvGarage and the Pixel Corps. dvGarage builds tools for the Visual Effects community.


Peter Radizeski
Founder and President

Peter Radizeski is Founder and President of RAD-INFO INC. He is an accomplished blogalyst, speaker, author and consultant. He has helped many service providers with sales training, marketing, channel development and business strategy. He is a trusted source of knowledge about the telecom sector. His honest and direct approach make him a refreshing speaker.
Look for his innovative ideas and analysis of current technology on his blogs.
Meet him at one of the many conferences he attends and speaks at.