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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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My first month at Public-i

Before my first day at Public-i, I was excited but also a little bit overwhelmed. Here I am, a journalism graduate, about to dive into something slightly more technical than what I was used to. I knew my nervous state was unnecessary, mainly because when I thought about it, this wasn’t unfamiliar territory at all. ...

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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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Thank you for being part of the Public-i usergroup

I've just written an email that I'm sending to everyone who logged in and took part in our usergroup. In the spirit of Catherine's recommendation that we should turn our emails into blog posts, I'm doing precisely that... Firstly a big thank you to everyone who watched, logged in and took part. It looks like it ...

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The usergroup: what you need to do to take part #piug13

There will be more than 30 people coming to our usergroup on Friday. This is great news - but there are still many others who won't be able to come in person and will be relying on the webcast and live chat to take part. We always make sure that if you do make comments or ...

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