Livestreaming for L&D

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DevLearn 2019 Conference - October 23, 2019

Sam Rogers

President
Snap Synapse

Shooting video according to the script is one thing, but what about when you can’t call "cut" and start over again? When there’s no fixing it in post? Or when participants are live online, as well as live in an ILT situation? How can we best leverage interactions cross-format? What technology and resources are needed to pull off livestream?

In this session, we'll explore several different models of livestreaming used for L&D purposes. Programming formats, platforms, getting the word out, and your individualized organizational needs will be addressed. We'll leverage lessons learned from the presenter's experience producing/hosting daily livestreams like "L&D Talk," weekly livestreams such as "TLDC's Video Friday," monthly livestreams with "YouTube Certified Online Partner Hangout," and livestreaming entire conferences and events. You'll learn how to keep your cool when everything goes wrong, and why this kind of content is becoming more familiar and important to our learners. We'll also look at some of the most common technologies and terms used for livestreaming in the modern age.

In this session, you will learn:

  • What is important in your livestream, and what isn't
  • The top 5 most common mistakes, and how to avoid them
  • Technical setups that work
  • Critical communications tactics
  • Livestreaming strategies for ILT events and presentations

Audience:

Designers, developers, managers, senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.)  

Technology discussed:

Audio/video production, YouTube, Crowdcast, SlingStudio, RTMP, eCamm, OBS, vMix, ManyCam, Mevo / Livestream.com, LinkedIn Live, Facebook Live

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