Webcasting allows you to broadcast your presentations with streaming video, audio, PowerPoint presentations and other integrated elements, such as a Q & A portal, social media, and polling. Our goal at The Capitol Connection is to provide customers with the most dynamic, robust, and cost-effective webcasting services.
Trainings, presentations, conference sessions, press events, personalized membership alerts, and much more can be linked live and on demand from your website. Enable your viewers to watch your webcast on any device, including mobile devices.
The Capitol Connection can produce webcasts from an office, hotel, or conference center. Or choose to webcast from our TV studio, conveniently located on the campus of George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia. The studio fully supports live webcasts as well as video recording for later on-demand webcasting.
Popular Webcasting Options
- Webcast viewer window—customized for your project
Our designers brand the window that your viewers see when they log on to your webcast. We provide a wide selection of flexible viewer templates. We customize the look and feel of your webcast to maintain your own branding.
- Mobile devices
We provide live streaming and captions to smart phones and other devices.
- Closed captioning
Meet compliance standards with captioning/transcription, allow hearing-disabled viewers to read the presentation, or enable foreign language speakers to understand the presentation. We use technology that delivers real-time captions, embedded beside or beneath the video.
- KnowledgeVision package
The Capitol Connection has partnered with the industry-leading online presentation company, KnowledgeVision. Create cutting-edge webcasts to make your program more appealing.
- PowerPoint® slides
Side by side with the video presentation in the viewer window, we can design the presenter's slides to change in sync with the presentation.
- Question and answer portal
Add a Q & A Portal so remote viewers can ask questions of your presenters in real time.
- Twitter feeds
Add a Twitter widget so viewers can see what others are saying about your webcast in real time.
- Audience polling and Q & A
Real-time attendee involvement adds extra value by giving your participants an active role in your event.
Get feedback on who watched your webcasts and for how long so that you can adapt your future presentations.
- Online event registration services
The Capitol Connection offers a full range of e-marketing and secure online registration products to meet all of your needs.
- Audio only
Webcasting just in audio sometimes can be the best alternative—and a way to save money!