Live video streaming has become commonplace for many agencies, businesses, and individuals. But what's the best way to do it?

Gone are the days of distributing video content on DVDs and over rabbit ears. Live video streaming has become commonplace for many agencies, businesses, and individuals. 

But what's the best way to do it? How do you reach your core internal and external audiences? What about security? Can all of your stakeholders take advantage of your message? 

On Wednesday, November 28, from 2:20 p.m.-3:00 p.m., and from 3:40 p.m. - 4:20 p.m., TIVA-DC is gathering industry leaders at Government Video Expo to share their streaming expertise in a Super Session. Come with your questions! 

Speakers include: Colin Sandy, SAV LLC; John Vorheis, EEG; Alan Richardson, IBM Cloud Video; Paul Selker, Spark Street Digital; Kane Peterson, NewTek; and Patrick Harris, Gallaudet University.

These sessions are free to attend and open to all. Register here to attend.

Government Video Expo is held November 27-29 at Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The event features 32 live free presentations and a free exhibit floor, as well as additional training opportunities. 

To plan your visit, you can download the show guide in advance here.

(Pro tip: Our free sessions are listed on pages 2-3, and full session descriptions start on page 7. You can also view them online here.)

Now in its 23rd year, Government Video Expo and Conference is the Mid-Atlantic region's premier event for the video, broadcast and AV community, with two days of speakers, sessions, screenings, meetings, and networking.

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