AUDIOVISUAL - Sound and vision - Remote conferencing is going mainstream, with web and video links bringing live events to a global audience. But what will it mean for organisers? Mike Fletcher finds out

Relationships between conference organisers and audiovisual (AV) providers have been taken to new levels by developments in the internet and video technology. Given the wealth of possibilities now available, the two sides are looking at new and cheaper ways to disseminate information on a global level, which can then be downloaded, stored and played across the continents.

Become a registered user

To continue reading this article you need to be registered with C&IT. Registration is free and only takes a minute. Register here or sign in below if you already have an account.

Please enter your details

Forgotten Password?

For online access to citmagazine.com you need to register. Registration is free and will allow you to access three articles a month.

Register here

For unlimited access to citmagazine.com you will need to subscribe here or take out a 10 day free trial.

Having trouble signing in?

Contact Customer Support at
customer.service@haymarket.com
or check our frequently asked questions about signing in to the site.