The Benefits of Video Webcasting from an Industry Leader
Since 1995, Trinet Internet Solutions, Inc. has been working with clients across the country providing professional video webcasting services. In fact, some of the first video webcasting events were text and graphics because most people back in the late 90's didn't have broadband.
Now, of course, all that has changed. Most people have broadband, and the applications of video webcasting today are more relevant for business and events than ever before. Trinet Internet Solutions, Inc. has been doing large scale video webcasting for events with over 30,000 people in attendance, not including the worldwide Internet audience tuning in to the broadcasts. The staff at Trinet has traveled to places around the world to set up and run these large scale events for such organizations as Billy Graham, Harvest Crusades, and Promise Keepers. Business webcasts include various medical webcast events, Price Waterhouse President announcement webcast, an SAP webcast from Europe for a product announcement, and others.
View a Harvest Crusade archived broadcast here: Harvest Anaheim, CA
In addition to non-profit large scale stadium video webcasting, Trinet has also done many corporate video webcasts for training meeting, presentations, executive board meetings, corporate informational webcasts, etc. No event, whether at the stadium level, or at the local office level is too big or too difficult to conduct a successful video webcast. Contact us today to learn more about video webcasting and how you and your business can leverage this refined technology to reach existing and new clients as well as improve current communications within your organization. We can be reached at 949.442.8900 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. With offices in both Orange County, California and Washington, D.C., and over 50 employees in various specialties including video webcasting and everything associated with successful setup and operation, we look forward to speaking to you about your video webcasting needs.