The fallout from the inappropriate content scandal that is engulfing YouTube has now spread to Australia, with local brands including Holden, Foxtel and Telstra pulling all advertising content from the video platform.
Viostream conducted a real-time survey to gain insight into the ways Australian organisations are using streaming video to drive employee engagement, and the results were completely unexpected. There is a spectrum of communication capabilities emerging in Australia when it comes to internal video streaming. At one end of the scale organisations have large, established video libraries, they are connecting with all staff through live streaming internal events and they have
Featuring communication, technology and video experts from Department of Education, Department of Health, Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade and TEDx (+more), join us on April 5 to learn how online video can drive stakeholder engagement and service delivery in digital government. On-point topics include live streaming, animation, video accessibility and innovative ways to create video content scalably and more cost-effectively. Click here to view the Event site Who should attend? Government IT, communication and
By Nick Whitehead, Head of Marketing, Viostream Live streaming a corporate event is a great opportunity to reach a broad audience. For your marketing and communications departments, the chance to generate huge audience engagement and social interaction in real time sounds like an obvious win. But when everything happens live, pulling it off smoothly can be a challenge. Picture this: your spokesperson steps on stage to discover his slideshow doesn’t