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Reimagine Your Event Into a Virtual Experience

July 9, 2020 | 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Virtual Event

As we navigate through our new ‘virtual normal’ it’s critical today for organizations to embrace a virtual event plan.

This discussion will showcase how you can easily transform important flagship events into the virtual experience that meets your business goals, and also how to create a longer-term event strategy that includes an ‘always-on’ virtual component.

Plus - hear from organizations who have already made this leap into virtual and yielding great results!

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Is Premium On Demand Video Here To Stay?

23. Juli 2020 | 1:00pm - 1:30pm EDT
Virtual Event

First-run movies streaming before they go to theaters? The COVID-19 pandemic prompted some studios to release new films directly to consumers through streaming services.

Is Premium On-Demand an evolution of the theatrical release window? Or, is it breaking it all together? And, what does it mean to studios, theater chains and streaming providers?

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Telling a Great Story Through Video

6. August 2020 | 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT
Virtual Event

Storytelling has been around forever, well at least as long as humans. Cavemen used images, Egyptians used Hieroglyphics, authors use text on a page, and brands now use video.


In today’s digital world, storytelling is not only still relevant, it’s vital. Without stories we lose something with technology. We often forget names and faces, and what we learned in high school math class, but a good story, that’s something you never forget.


During this conversation we will be discussing the importance of storytelling in video, and talking through how our guests bring storytelling into their video strategies.

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Did The Pandemic Break Traditional TV?

24. September 2020 | 1:00pm bis 1:30pm EDT
Virtual Event

As America responded to the COVID-19 pandemic during Q1 and Q2, schools and businesses closed down, travel came to a virtual standstill, and families gathered around an old friend, the TV. But, increasingly, they chose to watch content delivered over-the-top and not traditional TV. Even though the season finale of “This is Us” drew its biggest audience of the year, 4% fewer viewers watched than a year earlier. Will TV have lingering after effects from COVID-19? Is this the evolutionary event that makes streaming video the new “must watch TV?”

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