The role of video in digital government

Live and recorded video streaming is rapidly changing the way individuals and organisations communicate, learn and engage.

The opportunity for scalable and cost-effective online engagement with video is now a reality for the Australian public sector, providing better experiences for online users and connecting more meaningfully with audiences to deliver digital government.

For the first time in Australia, this forum brings together commercial and government experts in the world of video to share insights, case studies and “how-to” advice to help you capitalise on video trends to achieve real outcomes.

With streaming expected to account for 82% of all consumer internet traffic by 2020, video will play in ever increasing role in government communications.

This seminar will share how video can help realise the potential of better digital service delivery and online stakeholder engagement.

Key Highlights:

  • Case studies from Department of Education and Training, Department of Health & Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Insights from the success of TED Talks
  • Best-practice guidance on live video streaming
  • Ideas for developing in-house video creation capability
  • Cloud video production processes that have transformed corporate video
  • How video can support digital workplace initiatives and secure internal streaming
  • Exhibition space with the latest innovations in video technology

Tickets details

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1300 048 131


National Museum of Australia, Canberra