If you can't be in Los Angeles this November, participate as a "Virtual Attendee" and get the following:
- Front seat access to unparalleled ideas and practical insights from today's top crisis and issues communication leaders-15 education sessions with recognized experts
- Opportunity to ask questions of the speakers during the live conference
- Handouts for each session
- Unlimited on-demand viewing of all presentations through Monday, 12 December 2011
The Crisis and Issues Communication virtual summit is designed for individual use. For more information on company-wide licenses and multiple viewer options, please contact us.
Virtual Summit Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I purchase the webcast after the event? If so, what is the cost?
A: Yes. You may register and view the webcast at the cost of:
Q: Will the webcast be available after the live summit?
A: Yes, the webcast will be available for unlimited viewing through Monday, 12 December 2011.
Q: Can I download the slides/PowerPoint presentations to my computer?
A: Yes. The slides will be available from the speakers who have chosen to share them (TBD.)
Q: How many people can view the webcast at one time?
A: The webcast is for individual use only. If you would like to share the webcast with a large group, please contact us to learn more about video conference opportunities.
Q: How do I view the webcast?
A: After confirmation of purchase, you will receive an initial instructional email to the address provided. A supplemental reminder email will be sent as we approach the live event date with instructions and a link to the webcast. You can log in at the time of the live event, using the username and password provided in the email. Upon logging in, you may view the webcast from your computer screen.
Q: Do I need to have a certain media player to view the webcast?
A: No. A test link and customer support contact information will be provided.