Advantages Of Live Streaming Earnings Calls With Boardroom.Media’s Webcasting Service

Today’s webcasting services are designed to capture and stream professional, high-definition audio and video. With just a few clicks, they can provide your company with its own webcast portal, that enables your company to securely share audio or video, both publicly and privately.

Event streaming is no longer a cool new way to interact with audiences—it’s an expectation. Live streaming accounts for 65% of internet traffic and is expected to jump to 82% by 2020.

Breaking news is 56% of the type of live video content most often watched, with conferences and concerts tied in second place with 43%.

Whether you are pitching the company story to existing stakeholders or recruiting new capital our high quality content outputs and beautifully designed digital roadshow portal will deliver a high-end, professional result for your audience.

Shorten your pitch cycle and focus your efforts on putting the right people in the room. Directly engage with your investors and make your company’s voice heard by participating in Boardroom.Media’s new LiveInvestorConnect series.

Webcasting is perfect for longer or detailed presentations that have large, scattered audiences – think results announcements, client seminars, investor days and internal updates.

Stream in video or audio to anyone with an Internet connection, and give your presentation some extra pizzaz by adding a slide deck and speaker bios, customising our webcast player to match your organisation’s branding, and using the Q&A and live polling functions for extra audience interaction.

Here’s how a webcasting service can help you take your live earnings webcasts to the next level while keeping the critical Q&A portion of the traditional earning call format.

Show More Than A PowerPoint
A number of webcasting services make it easy to live stream not only your slides but also multiple video feeds of the presenters. It’s a simple yet compelling update to the current earnings call format, and will enable your leaders to show off new processes and products, introduce new locations and team members, and dive deep into any information they choose to share.

Keep Earnings Webcasts Interactive
The Q&A portion of earnings calls may be half or more of the typical length of the call. And for good reason: your Q&A session provides investors the opportunity to interact with your leadership team, question or clarify talking points, and dig deeper to make informed predictions about the direction of the company.

Much like a chat feature, viewers can send in questions in the interactive webcast. Viewers simply submit questions through the chat box and can present them to the presenter best-suited to respond. These discussions and comments can even be preserved in an on-demand recording of the presentation, so anyone who couldn’t watch the live webcast can still get the full experience when viewing later.

Effortlessly Share An On-Demand Recording Of Your Webcast
Rarely are today’s earnings webcasts immediately made available for replay. Boardroom.Media’s webcast service can record your webcast as it’s streaming. Then as soon as you stop broadcasting, the recording is uploaded to Boardroom.Media’s webcast service to convert and optimise your live stream for on-demand playback on any device, index it for keyword search, and share it in accordance with your privacy settings. You can share the link on our website and share it.

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