NHAV is your go to vendor for webcasting special events, concerts, conferences, or just about any other concept you can imagine. We offer the latest equipment and high definition broadcasting capabilities along with our professional level of services in all other facets of production.
Making you online viewers feel like they are right in the room with everyone is a challenging task, but with interactive features we hope to bridge that gap for clients, attendees, and presenters. Our goal is to make webcasting a truly interactive experience for all, not just the offsite individuals. Being able to ask questions of presenters, present data in real time, or create a survey transforms the standard event into something extraordinary.
Often, clients are nervous with regard to technical issues during an event and this can be exacerbated with the added needs of a webcast. With NHAV you are in good hands as we will tackle all aspects of tech related issues. We will be your go to solution for on-boarding challenges, attendee login and viewer problems, and a host of other issues that we strive to remedy.
We hope that you will offer us the chance to prove that webcasting can be a truly interactive experience for all.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I setup individual logins for attendees?
This is absolutely possible and also opens up an entire realm of metrics that can be tracked during a broadcast. This is a perfect solution if you choose to monetize your webcast or need to confirm attendance for online credits.
How far out from an event should I start to plan the online experience?
We generally advise our clients to begin having conversations when booking of presenters or talent is taking place. This is a perfect time to introduce the interactive concept of the online platform to everyone involved in the planning stages of the event.
Do you offer on demand content?
After your event concludes we are able to process the video with a quick turnaround for online attendees not able to view the live presentation. We also can pre-produce content for specific viewing times. A good example of this would be to maximize viewership in other counties or time zones.