With the current Coronavirus pandemic, your organization may be faced with the dilemma of having to decide whether to cancel, postpone, modify or supplement your upcoming meeting or conference serving the community of people with disabilities.
Before you make that tough decision, WebABLE TV is prepared to tap 20 years of accessible streaming, webcasting and web conferencing experience of its parent network, TV Worldwide to assist you in selecting and deploying the best alternative. We’ll assist you with the expertise TV Worldwide has gained in support of Fortune 500 companies, 38 Government Agencies, and numerous National and International Associations and their related events and conferences with the option to also outreach to the disability community audience of WebABLE TV .
When looking to rework your approaching conference or meeting without adversely affecting engagement and revenue, you should know that there are many options with very competitive pricing. These include but are not limited to:
- Maintaining the in-person event but offering a live video streaming webcast option to offer participation on-line to travel-restricted attendees.
- Delivering a live virtual hybrid web conference/webcast version of the event where panelists and speakers who can’t attend, can participate and interact with each other in a video web conference while the full attendee audience watches the interaction on-line, and participates with questions remotely...nobody has to go anywhere. Any slides or pre-produced video playback can be easily integrated. This approach can also be utilized if you maintain the in-person event for those attendees and speakers who can attend.
- If you’ve still decided to cancel the in-person event, you can use the web conference approach to pre-record the panelist interaction and then deliver that as an on-demand post-produced webcast later.
Depending on the option you select, WebABLE TV is prepared to offer the use of TV Worldwide’s state-of-the-art Internet TV studio close to Dulles Airport near Washington, D.C. for either in-person panel discussions and speaker presentations or anchoring of web conferences and webcasts with remote participants. We can also develop and assist with sponsorship scenarios to help you mitigate costs. Contact us today to let us show you how to leverage the valuable content from your important event and even build a new form of outreach to your stakeholders in the community of people with disabilities during these challenging times for meeting and conference organizers. You can also call us at (703) 961-9250 ext. 221.
We look forward to speaking with you.
The WebABLE TV Team at TV Worldwide.