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Virtual meetings are the new normal

Live webinars and webcasts keep companies connected

Daily life for almost everyone has changed in the past month. For those of us in Orlando, March started much as usual, but in the first week, conventions begin cancelling. Walt Disney World closed mid-month, and shortly after that, Florida went on a stay-at-home order. Now mid-April, we have adapted to the new normal as best as possible.

Companies are adjusting to a work-at-home business model. Meetings are Zoom, Blue Jeans or Skype calls. Conventions are virtual and trade shows have become small, live streaming events to customers.

The pandemic has forced the hand of companies and organizations to adopt and integrate video, specifically live video, into their ecosystems. What was once considered a premium or optional service is now a basic requirement. We've all been on calls where interruptions are considered acceptable and normal, whether they be from children, pets or the dreaded leaf blower.

Companies now depend on live streaming to stay in contact with employees, associates, members or the public.

At Orlando Webcasts, we're remotely producing webcast and webinars every week - sometimes four or five events in one day. We recently produced an event covering the COVID-19 outbreak and this public forum had over 5000 live attendees who asked nearly 600 questions to the medical experts on the 1-hour broadcast. Other webinars have addressed the concerns of small business owners, answering questions about the Payroll Protection Program, SBA loans and tips for surviving this ordeal.

One consistent theme emerges from the majority of these events: People want information. They're hungry for it. In these unprecedented times, it's more important than ever to stay connected. Perhaps it's advice from trusted advisers. Maybe it's reassurance to employees with the latest company news. It could be information and insight to associates and stakeholders. Whatever the case, we're here to connect you from anywhere to everyone.

Webinar Player
Audio Webinar Player with Headshot and slide deck.

Our webinars are audio events that feature headshots, event branding, PowerPoint slide decks, question and answer functionality, password protection and much more.

Webcast Player
Webcast player with live video and slide deck.

Our webcasts feature live video, most often from webcams these days, with all the features of our webinars including on-demand replays, downloadable handouts and detailed analytics.

We produce these events remotely, allowing all presenters and viewers to participate virtually. We have managed webinars originating in Europe, Asia and North America. No location is too far. A phone line and internet connection is all that is needed - and in some situations, just the internet connection! We can schedule a one time event, or an on-going series.

To learn more on how we connect presenters and their audiences, email us at [email protected], or call us Monday to Friday from 9:00am until 5:oopm ET at 407-362-9490. Visit our website at:

Orlando Corporate Media, Inc., dba Orlando Webcasts is an Orlando-based video live streaming, webcasting and video production company. We provide corporate communications tools to businesses and brands that allow them to efficiently and effectively reach their audience, regardless of location. Call Orlando Webcasts today for a free consultation and quote. Reach us at 407-362-9490. 

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