ABOUT BOMBORA

The high quality of the footage we produce for our clients sets us apart from all of the rest. We are passionate about the webinar and webcast production services we offer, and always ensure that the work we provide is something we are proud of. This is what we like to call the Bombora Difference.

For further information on the webinar production services available, please do not hesitate to get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you.

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  • Bombora’s Webinar Jargon Buster

    What’s a Webinar? It’s a web-based seminar. A presentation, lecture, workshop or seminar that is transmitted online using video conferencing software. Hugely popular because it creates an interactive platform whereby viewers and presenters can receive and discuss information in real time.

    What Are The Different Types of Webinars?

    Audio Webinar: No cameras, just slides and a narrator or presenter speaking over them.

    Video Webinar: A presenter or panel, meeting or conference is filmed and slides are synched alongside.

    Live Webinar: A live online event, either an audio or video webinar, viewed as it’s happening.

    On-Demand Webinar: Viewed after the event, anytime, any place, just like catch-up TV.

    Simulated Webinar: Pre-recorded but broadcast as if it is a live event.

    Is This The Same as a Webcast or Podcast?

    Webcast: Is a digital video broadcasted over the internet, this can either be live or on-demand. No slides.

    Podcast: Is a digital audio file made available on the internet to download. No slides or videos.

    Hybrid Event: Is the same as a live webinar. It’s a live physical event that is also available in the virtual world.

    Live Stream: Is any live event that is recorded live and transmitted live over the internet.

    So What Else Do I Need To Know…??

    The Webinar Jargon

    Hosting Platform: An internet platform that can set up your registration page and host your webinar, providing support and ensuring viewers are receiving a top quality webinar. They can also provide interactive tools like polls or Q&A.

    Webinar Page/Auditorium Page: This is the actual web page where viewers will watch the webinar/webcast.

    Test Connection: Most hosting players will have a link to test your connection and check you can watch the event smoothly.

    Bandwidth: If your test connection results show a poor/low bandwidth your Internet speed isn’t as strong as the hosting platform requires, so you may experience a delay in viewing with some buffering issues.

    Buffering: This usually means you have a slow network connection and tends to happen when you watch a video in real time.

    Registration Page: Where people go to register for your event.

    Targeted Promotions: Promoting your webinar to a set list of customers or colleagues rather than trying to attract new viewers.

    Confirmation Email/Reminder Email: Once viewers have registered, send a confirmation email with the event details and a calendar reminder. Then send a reminder email nearer the time.

    Housekeeping: A set of instructions usually provided at beginning of the event so online audiences know how to interact with the platform.

    Host/Moderator: The person who works with the presenter and keeps the event on track with introductions, conducting interviews, Q&A sessions and conclusions.

    Email Moderator: The person who monitors and filters the emails from viewers, passing them onto the presenter or relevant speakers during your webinar.

    VoIP: Voice over Internet Protocol – where you listen to a webinar via your computer speakers.

    Dial-In: When you can dial in via your telephone and listen to the webinar.

    Q&A / Chat Box: A live interactive tool that can be used during webinars. The audience can be invited to ask questions by typing in the chat box. These will be received in real-time by the presenter or email moderator who will answer them, or direct them at a panel or subject expert.

    Resources: Documents or slides that can be downloaded on the webinar platform, usually useful content to do with the webinar.

    Poll or Survey: An interactive feature used during webinars which allows presenters to get their audience involved. These are simple multiple-choice questions and the results can be shared with audience immediately.

    URL or Exit Page: Where audiences are redirected to once the event is over. This could be a survey, a website or an offer.

    Feedback Survey: Ask viewers what they thought of your webinar. Measure your success and learn how to do it even better next time.

    Stats & Data: Engagement scoring or performance reports provide insight into how online attendees interacted with your event. How many registrants logged on? How many stayed engaged? And for how long?

    The Media Jargon

    Green Screen: Studio background that allows a separate background to be added to the final image. e.g. used by weather forecasters.

    Green room: The client lounge room, an area where you can relax before you go on live. E.g. Graham Norton has a famous green room where his guests wait patiently before the show.

     

     

     

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    SERVICES

    - Webinars

    - Event Filming

    - Event Streaming

    - Training Video Production


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    CATEGORIES

  • BLOG
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  • Webinars