Connect

Webinars vs Webcasting: What’s best for me?

At Public-i we get asked a lot about webinars, or our product Connect gets misinterpreted as a webinar system. I also personally get asked what the difference is between a webinar and a webcast? In fact it’s really not that complicated, here is my take on highlighting the differences between the two disciplines. What’s a webinar? Webinars ...

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In, Out? Shake It All About

Is it my imagination or are we in the throes of election fever? By my reckoning we’re going to be subjected to a barrage of media interest as the EU referendum and US Presidency election get closer. That’s not forgetting the forthcoming Council and PCC elections nor the matter of who will be the next ...

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The Top 5 Connect Features Launched in Q4

It maybe summer, Q4 is a distant memory, however I wanted to take some time to reflect on the past few months. From an area of growth and re-alignment. Yes its been busy from a product development perspective, but it has also been busy across the business from service to project delivery, you can read ...

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Public-i is evolving: product re-alignment and the new world

   “At Public-i, we value openness and innovation, by providing digitally-led solutions that create effective engagement.” Over the last few years Public-i has been researching, developing and experimenting with ideas to address how technology might improve the democratic process. We’ve pioneered a webcasting product and explored what engagement looks like within the current digital climate. We’ve ...

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The Right to Report, Webcasting and Devolution

On 6th August Eric Pickles signed a Parliamentary order allowing press and public to film and digitally report from all public meetings of local government bodies. It is an update on Margaret Thatcher’s 1960 law allowing written reporting of council meetings. We briefly spoke about the implications for local authorities in our last post but with ...

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