The expectation of being able to connect easily to the internet, regardless of our location, is fast becoming one of the most important requirements for normal life. This increasing demand for fast, reliable and, above all, secure WiFi connectivity is to many people an absolute necessity. As such events of all sizes and types are expected to provide temporary WiFi coverage - enabling guests, visitors, staff and the media to both stay in touch with the office, colleagues, friends and social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook.
The growing importance of having Event WiFi is demonstrated by the fact that it is one of the main selection criteria for people booking holiday accommodation. It's very much a case of no WiFi, no deal.
Links Broadcast provide a host of event WiFi solutions which deliver robust and reliable Internet access - even in demanding, high density environments such as corporate events, trade shows and TV productions.
Event webstreaming service options
Links Broadcast can even tailor our event webstreaming services with a number of options, depending on your needs. These include:
- Full production and transmission facilities
- Bespoke browser - matched to your own branding, look and feel.
- Compatibility with all encoding and streaming formats
- Synchronisation of live presentation content with streamed content (i.e. Power point presentations that change on screen in concert with presenter changes in the venue)
- Interactive questioning facility for conferences / Q&A sessions
- Online voting
- Password protected access
- Full usage reporting
- Telephone support
- Full hosting and highly reliable worldwide web distribution
Trust Links Broadcast to provide your event WiFi
With years of experience our team of expert network engineers use the very latest wireless technology to install and maintain temporary or permanent event WiFi which provides flawless, secure coverage. Underpinned and guaranteed by some of the best service level agreements available you can rely on Links Broadcast Event WiFi to deliver.
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Thanks so much for all the great work this year, especially the EU Ref which had challenges of being a multi-channel event, floods on Abingdon Green, and incredibly long hours. Your team was absolutely brilliant, as always, and we can't thank you enough.
Tanya Clancy, Senior Facilities Planner | Aljazeera
Thanks to you all who helped make yesterday’s broadcast a tremendous success for CBS and ultimately for the Grosvenor family.
Everything worked perfectly, with no small thanks to the professionalism of Andy and Dave on site and the team in Harlow supporting them behind the scenes.
As ever, it is a real pleasure to be working with you all again and this job was a little different, but still delivered with a dedication to professionalism and perfection.
Chris Bretnall | Creative Broadcsat
Thank you so much to all of you for your support and contributions to a really, really successful CBI Conference this year – well done to all of you!
Please pass this onto your teams and we look forward to working with you all again very soon.
LIPFRIEND RODD INTERNATIONAL Ltd | CBI
I just wanted to take a moment and thank all of you for your hard work and professionalism during our Royal Wedding coverage. NY has indicated to me they are very pleased with all we were able to produce in terms of programming and content – leading up to and during the event.
I continue to be amazed at your ability to create something out of nothing –and make it all look easy. So I thank you again for your willingness to work the hours, deal with the conditions, and trouble shoot as we worked out the kinks.
We can provide all the editorial in the world, but we never forget that without your efforts, we’re basically doing really expensive radio! As they say in the UK (circa 1942) - WELL DONE CHAPS!
Lily Evans | ITV Studios
Just wanted to drop you a quick line to highlight the excellent job you did on the athletics in Birmingham today.
Conditions were difficult as an electric storm passed through meaning the dish on the main circuit was at full power and we lost the 4-wire via ADSL. Mark immediately established 4G comms keeping the gallery in touch with MCR and highlighted the PC would need to do a timing check so they closed the show with the correct delay.
We remained on air throughout without any impact and I felt thoroughly supported and confident during transmission.
Luke Westbury | NEP Visions