Viostream today confirms the appointment of former AWS and Microsoft executive Neil Jackson as CEO and announces their new strategic business direction, which will see the company continue to evolve as the leaders in corporate video streaming.
By Nick Whitehead TED talks are a cultural phenomenon. A conference originally focused squarely on technology, entertainment and design (TED) has become an entire industry built on the value of ideas. With two million TED talks streamed a day, its influence is inescapable – many of your colleagues have likely attended a TEDx event, watched a talk online or subscribed to one of the many TED podcasts. These talks have
Attending the Adobe Symposium in Sydney is a must for marketers to gain key digital marketing strategies from industry leaders and experts, but as one of the flagship events in the calendar the event quickly sells out. To cater for this demand and reach a global audience at scale, Adobe have chosen Viostream to live stream the keynote and closing presentations. High profile presenters include Shantanu Narayen, President and Chief
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 work
By Nick Whitehead, Head of Marketing, Viostream TEDx Sydney 2016 was packed with innovative, smart and creative ideas delivered by people brimming with passion and excitement. There was a palpable energy in the Opera House as audiences were introduced to ideas with the power to expand their thinking and change the world. Although live attendance was restricted to 2,300 people, tens of thousands watched live streams across Australia and around the
By Nick Whitehead, Head of Marketing, Viostream Australian ideas, creativity and innovation will take centre stage when the annual TEDxSydney returns to the Sydney Opera House. Speakers will cover a broad range of subjects from conservation and degenerative disease to financial risk and quantum physics, with each given a maximum of 18 minutes to share an idea worth spreading. It’s become wildly popular since launching in 2010 and organisers had enough