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Boldly Going Virtual - Leading Physical and Online Event Experts Present Live Video Webcast
Date:8/3/2009

NEW YORK, Aug. 3 /PRNewswire/ --Companies around the world are embracing evolving streaming media technologies and using them to take meetings, conferences and millions of other audience-based events online. On August 6th, join a live, interactive panel discussion webcast of meeting planners and virtual event producers from a variety of industries to learn the benefits, successful strategies and tips for enhancing physical events and delivering engaging online presentations.

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The free interactive webcast, titled Boldly Going Where You Should Already Be: A Live Panel Discussion On Successful Virtual Events, will be live from a studio in New York City's Times Square on August 6th at 3pm Eastern / 12pm Pacific. The panel will be polling the online audience throughout the event and take questions from viewers. For more information and to register for the webcast, visit www.stream57.com/webcasts.

Hosted by webcasting and streaming media leader Stream57, the panel will focus on effectively planning and enhancing brick-and-mortar meetings with engaging online events. The six-member panel, with marketing and media professionals from the education, event production, medical and publishing industries, features Glenn Butcher, Director, Online Communications at Merck & Co., Robyn Duda, Director of Events at Ziff Davis Enterprise, Celeste Mosby, Vice President, Life Sciences at Wilson Learning Worldwide, Robert Rosenbloom, Co-Founder and CEO at PlatformQ, JoLee R. Southard, Director, Professional Programs at GlaxoSmithKline, and
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