How to Fix WebinarJam

In my previous post I reported on a disaster that befell WebinarJam due to a change in YouTube video share permission rules. On the heels of that post, it was further announced that Google Hangouts On Air would be retired and rolled into YouTube Live. Hangouts On Air is at the core of WebinarJam broadcasting Read more about How to Fix WebinarJam[…]

Webinato … Soooooooo Close

It’s been quite a while since I’ve updated the blog but a new product has arrived on the scene that demands a quick shout-out and a bit of a spanking. The product is Webinato and it comes from our friends at omNovia. I reviewed omNovia way back two years ago and it is still a Read more about Webinato … Soooooooo Close[…]

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Don’t Turn on that Webcam!

One of the most frequent questions I get asked about webinars is “does the webinar platform allow me to show video of myself during the presentation?” My answer (depending on the platform) is usually “yes it does, and no you shouldn’t.” I’ve said it before but I’ll say it again. Your animated face on the Read more about Don’t Turn on that Webcam![…]

Have Webinars Finally Arrived?

In the closing years of the prior decade, my colleague Ken Molay used to understandably bemoan the state of the term “webinar” both legally and semantically. His musings on the subject can be found here, here, here and here. Recent anecdotal evidence leads me to believe the days of webinar obscurity and semantic scorn are Read more about Have Webinars Finally Arrived?[…]

Answers To Some of Your Webinar Questions

Last week I hosted a webinar about what webinar attendees should expect and demand from webinars. A good time was had by all and we had a great Q&A session. For those of you who did not attend the webinar (and those who want a refresher), I thought I’d share some of the questions that Read more about Answers To Some of Your Webinar Questions[…]