Digital Events

REBROADCAST: Unforeseen Circumstances: When Digital Becomes Your Only Option

Learn about how, faced with hurricane Florence, the Water Quality Association (WQA) converted its face-to-face conference, planned to take place in Hilton Head, S.C., into a digital event in less than a week. All sessions of the conference were broadcast from four rooms at WQA’s headquarters in Lisle, Illinois.


Is Telepresence Coming to a Screen Near You?

The next chapter of digital events will include speakers who are streamed as holograms. Learn about Vimeo’s new feature that will make the sci-fi-sounding world of 3D holograms a reality.

Webinar: How to Create A Digital Video Strategy for Your Next Event

Got an upcoming conference or event? If you’re not streaming it to an online audience, you’re really missing a valuable opportunity to maximize your exposure. The world’s most cutting-edge companies and education conferences are using streaming video to generate millions of dollars and new members.

Webinar: Digital for Events (part 3)

Donny Neufuss and Sourabh Kothari share their vision for the future of digital for events. Together, they examine how small and large event experiences will be redefined and how digital will transform the events industry to create exciting new opportunities for engagement, education, and inspiration.

Webinar: Digital Event Strategist Course Online Open House

Learn more about the Digital Event Strategist online course. We’ll provide a snapshot of the DES online course and certification. The course is designed to help organizations develop a means to effectively plan, produce and measure the results of their digital engagement practices.

DEI Spotlight: Breaking Up With Bite-Sized Content

As HP aims to connect with online viewers, the IT company is ditching the standard shorter-is-better mindset and developing programming that feels more like traditional television. As organizations develop digital-engagement strategies, there’s one commonly accepted belief that seems to guide every decision: Shorter is better. In a world ruled by digital distractions, each audience member