This Week on Livestream | November 20, 2017

Watch live as Gnomon hosts award-winning director Nicholas Arioli, The Brian Lehrer Show tapes at The Greene Space, and the James Beard Foundation Kitchen Cam goes behind-the-scenes on Thanksgiving Day.

Monday Nights with WBGO: Steve Nelson Salutes Bobby Hutcherson | Jazz at Lincoln Center
Monday, November 20
7:30 PM ET
“Vibraphone master Steve Nelson graces the Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola stage to salute one of his instrument’s all-time greats: Bobby Hutcherson.”

Five Important Lessons: Behind the Scenes of the Award-Winning Coin Operated | Gnomon
Monday, November 20
10:30 PM ET
Coin Operated is the award-winning animated short by first-time director, Nicholas Arioli. Nicholas will recall the 5 important lessons he learned during the journey of developing an idea into an acclaimed independent short film.”

The Brian Lehrer Show Live | The Greene Space
Tuesday, November 21
10 AM ET
“WNYC’s Brian Lehrer leads the conversation about what matters most now in local and national politics, our own communities and our lives.”

Author Talks: Call Me By Your Name: Luca Guadagnino with André Aciman | The New York Public Library
Tuesday, November 21
6:30 PM ET
“Celebrating the release of the new film Call Me By Your Name, a melancholic tale of first love and youthful exploration, director Luca Guadagnino and novelist André Aciman take to the NYPL stage.”

Roz Chast | Going into Town: A Love Letter to New York | Author Events
Tuesday, November 21
7:30 PM ET
“Told with nostalgia, wonder, and deft observation, Going into Town is an illustrated paean/guide/thank-you note to Manhattan.”

Kitchen Cam | James Beard Foundation
Thursday, November 23
“Celebrate Thanksgiving in the James Beard Foundation kitchen.”

AMSOIL Snocross National Presented by Kwik Trip | AMSOIL Championship Snocross
Friday, November 24
“Watch the 2017-2018 ACS DOMINATOR at Spirit Mountain in Duluth, Minnesota.”

Tania Miller Conducts the Royal Conservatory Orchestra | The Royal Conservatory
Friday, November 24
“Maestra Tania Miller is on the cutting edge of classical music. As Music Director of the Victoria Symphony, and the first Canadian woman ever to be Music Director of a major symphony orchestra, she is used to blazing new paths and being on the cutting edge in the world of classical music.”

How To Use Video In Your Event Marketing Strategy

Event marketing is an important part of any company’s growth strategy. Events give you an opportunity to connect with your users, customers, or other like-minded individuals in your industry, and hopefully, convert prospects into customers.

As any event planner knows, events are often expensive and challenging to execute. You want to make sure you’re getting as much return-on-investment as possible out of each event. An easy way to guarantee event ROI is by incorporating video into your event strategy. We’ve paired up with Eventbrite to help you navigate how to use video in your event marketing strategy.

Video is more engaging and emotional than any other form of content. That’s what makes it so perfect for events. Live video can help your event reach the largest audience possible, and video used throughout and after your event can help set the tone and keep your in-person audience excited and engaged.

Watch our webinar with Eventbrite below to learn how to use video in your event marketing strategy, including:

  • Ways to use video to create unforgettable event experiences.
  • Best practices for boosting engagement before, during, and after your event.
  • Three trends that are defining the future of event technology.