Broadcasts are delivered to HTML5 compliant devices (eg. iOS) and desktops. All content is recorded on the server and made available immediately after the broadcast concludes.
Integration with Facebook, LinkedIN and Twitter encourages audience engagement across a rich social layer and frictionless access before, during and after the event.
Access to your event can be controlled across with bespoke event registration forms and pay-per-view models (per session in a conference event format) being supported.
Customise your event to suit your strategy and to reflect your brands design guidelines with a range of easy to use settings and advanced customisation options through the Event Manager.
An activity feed provides an intuitive and central focal point for both the conversation and the dissemination of valuable content in real-time. Incoming and pre-prepared content can be moderated and managed in the Event Manager.
An event programme can be published and allows activity feeds to be attached to multiple sessions. Conversations taking place across different sessions can run concurrently and aggregated within a central feed.
All users can profile themselves within an networking area and send each other direct messages. Various filtering options are available including country; online status (online now); on-site or remote (hybrid events); and event groups.
Presentations, white papers, videos, and a range of other files can be uploaded to a media library and assigned to a session. Assets can then be distributed and tracked through the Event Manager giving insights into how users are consuming and sharing content.
All set-up, configuration, and design of the Wavecast can be managed through a simple tablet friendly browser based application. This also allows moderation and control of all content.
Integrations are available in a number of components of the platform including dynamic access control and feed displays.
Wavecasts can support unlimited number of custom pages which can be displayed based on whether a user is logged in (USER) or not (GUEST). Custom pages support full HTML and allow for great flexibility.
Users can curate content in real time and share this content with their colleagues. This includes live video timestamping and any item posted in the activity stream. Organisers can control how this content is shared and distributed.