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We are building out some more of our live webcasting flypacks. We have been out on webcasts in Minneapolis for Thompson Reuters as well as for eBay in San Jose.
We just got in some new gear to build out more webcasting racks. We build these out in mobile racks so we can travel with these as a self contained, complete live webcasting setup. We are busy mounting, wiring and configuring the new webcast racks and Flypacks for expanded webcasting support here and in our Reston DC webcasting facility. Adding capacity is important as we expand our Townhall Webcasting division to a wider area.
Along with our global webcasting we have been trusted to provide for over 15 years, our Townhall webcasting service provides an inexpensive webcasting solution for corporate live webcasting needs. Designed to be the most cost effective high quality live webcasting service for organizations that wish to increase engagement at a lower cost for their all-hands meetings, executive announcements, product launch events, quarterly meetings even training, out Townhall Webcasting division focuses on the Local San Francisco Area. We can deploy, broadcast and post an archive of your live webcast within a day of getting your call. Learn more at our Townhall Webcasting website
Some of the gear we just got in includes, Multiview switchers, LCD monitors and some more Ki-Pro Rack dual disk, rackmount digital recorders and a new AW HE120 Panasonic robotic HD-SDI PTZ camera.
We’ll be using the big Producer Video Flypacks here in our Video Studio for a AAA shoot. The rest of the gear is set to fly and drive to webcasts in San Antonio for the annual Rac Summit Conference and to Nebraska for a Medical Coding training event. From there the crews will continue to Washington DC to produce another Live webcast.
Coming up later this month? A Shanghai, China webcast for the Asian Pharma Congress and a Live webcast for a Spain based client in San Francisco. Have questions about Live Webcasting