People sometimes confuse the terms webcast and webinar, and even use them interchangeably. While similar in purpose and execution, there are some key differences to note. Read on for a quick breakdown of these two types of web events.
A webcast is typically a one-way flow of information, broadcast over the internet to a large audience. The audience does not usually contribute much to the content of the webcast, which might include an audio stream, presentation slides, or video clips.
When looking for a webcasting technology provider, capacity for handling a large number of viewers is essential. Connection support and the ability to work with a variety of computer systems is also very important.
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