Live webcast is a service that is gaining popularity in a large number of fields. But what makes it such a powerful tool? Live webcasting empowers content creators and industries to communicate and deliver content realtime to their audience and also enables 2 way communication with this said audience in realtime.
We have the ability to stream concurrently to multiple Facebook Live timelines, Ooyala, Brightcove, Ustream, YouTube Live, Periscope, Streamon, Vimeo and so on.
Live Streaming Annual General Meetings Online
On 27 March 2020, the Infectious Diseases (Measures to Prevent Spread of COVID-19) Regulations 2020 (“Regulations”) came into force. The Regulations prohibit certain activities and events (e.g. conventions), limit attendance for non-prohibited events to 10 individuals, and impose safe distancing measures for non-prohibited events held in public places. Live Webcast/live stream, is the main prefered mode to conduct AGMs.
easy to use webinar platform (registration page, desktop and mobile friendly, virtual attendance taking, mixing media content etc)
end to end encryption
explainer videos to make onboarding easy for less it saavy users
scalable viewership (1,000-10,000 viewers)
managing weighted polls
post event statistics
studio recording space (granted workplace exception by Ministry of Trade and Information during circuit breaker period )
AGM Facilitation Grant
SGX is giving up to S$5,000 per company to all qualifying Mainboard and Catalist companies, to help defray the additional costs of organising Annual General Meetings (AGMs) in light of the new advisories issued by the Ministry of Health (MOH).
The grant will cover AGM-related expenses incurred between 16 March 2020 (which is the date of SGX’s announcement of the SGX Care Package) and 15 March 2021. These could include the managed service that we provide to implement webcast.