Webcasting is broadcasting your meeting or event over the Internet. Unlike a webinar, webcasting is characterized by the fact that one presenter can simply broadcast his presentation from anywhere to anyone with an Internet connection. This means that a much larger audience can watch the webcast online from almost any device. They can not only see and hear the speaker, but also interact with him! An example of a large webcaster would be radio stations and television channels that broadcast their programs through online television or radio stations. A webcast is nothing more than a conference or presentation held online. Attendees can watch the presentation, ask questions of the speaker or chat with other delegates. Because engagement is a top priority for web conferencing, webcasting technology supports functionality for controlled audience engagement.
Webcasting is no longer limited to business. Streaming events such as eLearning trainings, corporate and investor presentations, for example, is one of the most common use cases these days. Webcasts allow your audience to stay engaged just like in person. A webcast can be designed so that participants can ask questions and receive answers in real time. In addition, webcasts allow customers to record and store presentations so that people who cannot attend live events can see what was presented in the meeting.
In this webinar, OSINT expert David Toddington and psychometrics expert Karina Huggins will apply their five fundamentals of critical thinking.
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