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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

What is webcasting?

Webcasting involves using the internet to stream live, delayed, or archived audio or video to a large, global audience.

Why webcast?

Regulation Fair Disclosure (Reg FD or Regulation FD) requires that all publicly traded companies must disclose material information to all investors at the same time. Webcasting is a satisfactory means of public disclosure.

Why Webcast with WSW?

Webcasting is much more than having a few links and some text on the page, which is why WSW goes above and beyond to make the webcast experience integrated into your public image. Your page is customized and tailored to fit your brand.

With your webcast experience, you will be able to reach out to clients, investors and staff that may not normally be able to attend the event. They can access the event in real time and replay the event after it occurs. Once the event is completed, you’ll have our real time usage tool to track not only how many people view the event, but who and where they viewed it from.

What are the minimum requirements to access a webcast?

You will be able to access a webcast with either the Windows Media Player plugin or Microsoft Silverlight plugin on any compatible internet browser. You may download Windows Media Player and Microsoft Silverlight below.
Download Windows Media Player
Download Microsoft Silverlight

How long is a webcast available for?

The standard archive length for a webcast is 90 days, however, we will archive for up to 1 year free of charge. Some conference hosts will have a fixed archive length. Please contact your conference host to check if that is the case.

What type of visuals can I provide for a webcast?

We can present slides and videos for visual webcasts. Slides can be in either PDF or PowerPoint format, but builds, transitions, and animations are not supported on the webcast. Short videos can also be included with the slides.