Have you ever wanted to watch video of a live event but were stuck in a meeting or on the phone and couldn’t get to a computer? I’m excited to share with you news of a novel approach to this problem: FORA.tv’s Live DVR.
We’re honored to be hosting the live stream of The Atlantic’s CityLab (in partnership with the Aspen Institute) event next Monday and Tuesday. CityLab will feature an international cross-section of policy makers, urban innovators, elected officials and thought leaders discussing urban solutions to pressing global problems.
During a recent interview with Beet.TV’s Andy Plesser, our CEO, Blaise Zerega, revealed some of the exciting new developments at FORA.tv as the company positions itself as a “White Glove” live streaming services business.
FORA.tv is proud to be a live streaming sponsor of World Maker Faire 2013, taking place on September 21st and 22nd at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, New York. Maker Faire is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth—a family-friendly festival of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker Movement.
“Will offering online video undercut the ticket sales and attendance of my event?” It’s one of the biggest concerns we hear from event organizers when they are considering videotaping their event. Event organizers spend months organizing their event or conference, and don’t want to jeopardize ticket sales or attendance numbers.
The swag bag is a conference and event staple. Sponsors have long clamored for the chance to contribute a t-shirt, pen, special offer or some other branded tchotchke (the swag) to a tote or sack (the bag), which then is gifted to every attendee.
You’ve done the job or organizing your event, having it filmed and edited, and now you’re ready to promote and market your brand on the internet. As more and more consumers are shifting to the internet as their means of research on products and brands, a new type of marketing has emerged – Search Engine Optimization (SEO).