The Advantages of Live Audio Webcasting

Posted by Chris Fasano on Nov 10, 2017 10:01:00 AM

ive audio webcasting is a cost-effective alternative to web conferencing, especially if you’re communicating information to a large audience in disparate locations and expecting a high degree of participation.

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Topics: Webcast, Audio, TalkPoint

How Audio and Visual Aids Help in Business Communication

Posted by Joseph de Leon on Oct 24, 2016 12:35:11 PM

According to the US Department of Labor OHSA Office of Training and Education, the retention of information three days after a meeting or other event is six times greater when presented by visual and oral means.

They also go on to say that the combination of sight and sound, along visual elements such as graphics or written text is a necessary component for retaining information.

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Topics: Communication, webcasting, Audio, visual

HTML5 Audio Equalizer for Chrome Browser

Posted by Joseph de Leon on Sep 27, 2016 10:20:19 AM

One of the coolest uses of HTML5 technology is a new application called Audio EQ, a simple audio equalizer for HTML5 players and sites that works on Google's Chrome browser. Audio EQ provides a classic preamp plus a ten-slide equalizer that will help tune your audio to your exact specifications.

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Topics: HTML5, Video, Audio, EQ

TalkPoint Webcasts Powered by HTML5

Posted by Joseph de Leon on Jun 22, 2016 12:32:55 PM

In a world where technology seems to change within a moments notice, it is difficult for companies to distinguish if a product offering is suitable for their business model, or if there is even a need at all.

As a technology company we are constantly looking for ways to improve on our product. Last week we completed migration of our award-winning Convey webcasting platform to an all HTML5 solution. 

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Topics: Conferencing, Webcast, google, apple, HTML5, Video, Audio, live streaming, TalkPoint

How Audio and Visual aids Help in Business Communication

Posted by Joseph de Leon on Jun 10, 2016 12:54:14 PM

According to the US Department of Labor OHSA Office of Training and Education, the retention of information three days after a meeting or other event is six times greater when presented by visual and oral means. They also go on to say that the combination of sight and sound, along visual elements such as graphics or written text is a necessary component for retaining information.

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Topics: Conferencing, Webcast, Video, Audio

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