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(New page: = Webcast quotes: = == Readytalk: == http://www.readytalk.com/ - David Decker, Kim Morse (IBM account reps) Web 0.10 cents per minute Audio 0.24 cents per minute (full service operator...)
 
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== Readytalk: ==  
 
== Readytalk: ==  
 
http://www.readytalk.com/
 
http://www.readytalk.com/
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$0.34 (total Audio and Web) cents a minute x 50 participants x 60 minutes = $1020.00 approx.
 
$0.34 (total Audio and Web) cents a minute x 50 participants x 60 minutes = $1020.00 approx.
 
  
Tom's note:  They will help with the webcast, but do not have a 'producer' like the other two.
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Basic web conference with a teleconference.
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They can host the replay for $6.00 a month or we can download it and host it ourselves.
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Tom's note:  They will help with the webcast, but do not have a 'producer' like the other two. We are on our own.  See producer description below
  
 
== Webex: ==  
 
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Webcast estimate: $2,225.00 with producer, $1500.00 without
 
Webcast estimate: $2,225.00 with producer, $1500.00 without
  
Participants link to an IP address and program asks for their telephone number and calls them.
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Participants link to an IP address and the program asks for their telephone number and calls them.
Commented that their web casting performance is the best inthe business, even for overseas.
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They can host the replay for a nominal monthly fee or we can download it and host it ourselves.
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Commented that their web casting performance is the best in the business, including overseas.
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Producer: A producer handles the set up of the web cast through the final production of the replay.  They set up the call and webcast, hold an initial dry run, provide recommendations on content changes and organization, hold follow-up dry runs until session is satisfactory, personally host the call, record the event, then they edit the recording so the final replay product is clean.
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== ON24 ==
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http://www.on24.com/
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(in conjunction with) Collaboration central:  http://w3.ibm.com/e-meetings/webcasts/
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- Hilary Hutson (IBM), Joanne Dennis (ON24)
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A typical live 1 hour audio webcast hosted live using ON24's service is $4820, which could include live Q&A, polling, survey, vanity URL, and a replay.  For an additional $2000, they can add an event management service as an option.  The Event Manager would provide us with up to 20 hours of a project management, vendor management, tools training, and project reviews to ensure the event goes smoothly.  This is like the 'producer' role above.
  
Producer: A producer handles the set up of the web cast through the final production of the replay.  They set up the call and webcast, hold an initial dry run, provide recommendations on content changes and organization, hold follow-up dry runs until session is satisfactory, personally host the call, records the event, then edits the recording so the final replay product is clean.
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They also gave me a quote for an 'on demand' (think pre-recorded) 1 hour audio webcast hosted on www.ibm.com/webcasts for approx $2000.  They would record the speakers, produce the webcast landing page, and host the webcast for 12 months for this price.

Revision as of 23:42, 9 April 2007

Readytalk:

http://www.readytalk.com/ - David Decker, Kim Morse (IBM account reps)

Web 0.10 cents per minute Audio 0.24 cents per minute (full service operator assisted)

$0.34 (total Audio and Web) cents a minute x 50 participants x 60 minutes = $1020.00 approx.

Basic web conference with a teleconference.

They can host the replay for $6.00 a month or we can download it and host it ourselves.

Tom's note: They will help with the webcast, but do not have a 'producer' like the other two. We are on our own. See producer description below

Webex:

http://www.webex.com/ - Jeanine Rockwell

Webcast estimate: $2,225.00 with producer, $1500.00 without

Participants link to an IP address and the program asks for their telephone number and calls them. They can host the replay for a nominal monthly fee or we can download it and host it ourselves. Commented that their web casting performance is the best in the business, including overseas.

Producer: A producer handles the set up of the web cast through the final production of the replay. They set up the call and webcast, hold an initial dry run, provide recommendations on content changes and organization, hold follow-up dry runs until session is satisfactory, personally host the call, record the event, then they edit the recording so the final replay product is clean.

ON24

http://www.on24.com/ (in conjunction with) Collaboration central: http://w3.ibm.com/e-meetings/webcasts/ - Hilary Hutson (IBM), Joanne Dennis (ON24)

A typical live 1 hour audio webcast hosted live using ON24's service is $4820, which could include live Q&A, polling, survey, vanity URL, and a replay. For an additional $2000, they can add an event management service as an option. The Event Manager would provide us with up to 20 hours of a project management, vendor management, tools training, and project reviews to ensure the event goes smoothly. This is like the 'producer' role above.

They also gave me a quote for an 'on demand' (think pre-recorded) 1 hour audio webcast hosted on www.ibm.com/webcasts for approx $2000. They would record the speakers, produce the webcast landing page, and host the webcast for 12 months for this price.

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