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Your managed service webcasts can be distributed to an audience of any size, all around the world. Choose to broadcast your event with streaming video and slides, streaming audio and slides or just video! Choose to have it distributed on our hosted page, seamlessly on your website, on your television, on your mobile device or remotely through IP based technology!



Netbriefings can deliver video only as a managed service webcast



Just Video

Desire video without PowerPoint slides and message capability for your webcast? No problem!

Our video only delivery option lets your video speak for itself and be the main focal point.




Netbriefings can deliver audio and slides as a managed service webcast





Audio and Slides

No need for video for your webcast? Use our audio and slides option! The audio can be streamed through your computer or you can utilize a teleconference audio bridge.

It is fully customizable with branding, slide size and viewer page options.




Netbriefings can deliver video and slides as a managed service webcast




Video and Slides

Want to stream crisp, clean video with PowerPoint slides for your webcast? This option is for you!

It is fully customizable with branding, video and slide size and viewer page options.




Netbriefings can deliver webcasts seamlessly on your website



Seamlessly on your Website

Publicize your own website URL to draw traffic straight to your site.

Deliver a consistent viewing experience by embedding your live and on-demand events right on your site.

Achieve a seamless look without having your audience leave your website.




Netbriefings can deliver webcasts on your desktop




On your Desktop

Your audience will most likely view your webcast from their desktop. Just know you also have the option of delivering your event more than one way.

Your webcast is fully customizable with branding, video, audio or teleconference options. You can also customize the slides and viewer page options.




Netbriefings can deliver webcasts on your television using Roku




On your Television

Want to deliver your webcast via the television? No problem!

You have the option of a private or pay-per-view television channel for live streaming and on-demand viewing.

The deployment for this channel includes the use of a Roku® device because of its streaming quality and ease of use.




Netbriefings can deliver webcasts on your mobile devices



On your Mobile Devices

Want to deliver your webcast for viewing on an iOS mobile device? We can help with that.

Your audience will be able to maximize your video, slides or see a combination of both.




Netbriefings can deliver a managed service webcast remotely using IP cameras Remotely with IP Cameras

We also have a turnkey IP based webcasting package available for auditoriums, board rooms, hotels and other fixed webcast facilities.

After a one time set up, you can quickly and easily do quality live and on-demand video sessions for a significantly lower cost per event.

And we’ll help manage your events remotely!









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