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Votes welcome… European Streaming Media Choice Awards

This year Public-i have been nominated into the European Readers' Choice Awards (2014) we were kindly nominated by a few of our clients into two categories: (1) Streaming Services Provider (2) Webcast Platform Voting is now open and you can vote for Public-i in one or both of the categories above. We have been involved with Streaming Media Europe ...

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Product Update: STUDIO & Webcaster 7, the new world of content capture has arrived…

Broadcast meetings to residents online. Increase openness and transparency. Over the next two months we will be rolling out our next generation STUDIO software with a major release and update to Webcaster. Webcaster has been the staple and goto software tool for capturing and streaming democratic content from council chambers and cttee rooms. We see the huge value and ...

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Product Update: Webcast analysis… it’s here!

Capture and record meaningful analytics from your live and on-demand meetings. For a while now we have been promising an update to the webcast statistics package, I wrote a post back in November (view it here) confirming the deployment and update to enable new measurements and data capture against webcasts. This feature, at the time was only available to Connect Social ...

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Product Update and the New World

The Public-i office has been extremely active lately, half the company has been taking up space in the board room for hours on end, whilst procrastinating where to put up our sprint board. You may ask what is a ‘sprint board’? - well this post is my attempt to give you a short and brief guide ...

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How Birmingham City Council used interactive webcasting to transform engagement in its budget

Geoff Coleman, Birmingham City Council communications officer, explains how his authority has used a question-and-answer webcasts to massively widen engagement in the 2014/15 budget. In December, cabinet members from Birmingham City Council attended four public meetings across the city to answer questions about the 2014/15 budget. The meetings were attended by a total 287 hardy souls. On January 7, ...

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