London, UK (PRWEB) March 22, 2008
Stream57's partner-across-the-pond In Situ Productions has partnered with De Facto Communications to present "Dare to Go Digital," an interactive discussion about maximizing reach through digital marketing in the healthcare field. The panel discussion will be webcast live from London via Stream57's cutting-edge StreamLine platform on Wednesday, March 26 at 11:30am GMT (7:30 EST).
The panel will be moderated by De Facto's Deborah Cockerill, and will focus on the state of the industry and emerging trends while providing insight into effectively reaching your target audience and making the most of your budget. Joining Deborah on the panel will be Stream57's own Ben Chodor, Matthew McKay of Biomed Central, and Shipra Singh of Bell-Pottinger Healthcare.
"We're excited to help spread the word on streaming media to Europe's healthcare marketing industry," Stream57 President Ben Chodor commented. "This has been such a massive boon to the medical and pharmaceutical fields here in the U.S., but it's still a relatively untapped outlet abroad. To be included as an expert on this panel is a real honor, and it's a testament to how quickly this technology is moving around the world."
To view and interact live with the Deborah, Ben, Matthew and Shipra during the panel discussion, visit http://insitu.stream57.com/daretogodigital.
Stream57 is an energetic team that believes in the power of the Internet for learning, marketing and entertainment. StreamLine, Stream57's cutting-edge webcast and rich media software suite, brings a new level of interactivity to online video presentations and e-learning. Founded in 2001 by President Ben Chodor, Stream57 has provided software and services for rich media delivery, webcasting, collaboration and e-learning, consistently evolving to stay at the forefront of the interactive and streaming media industry. Stream57 has engineered creative communication solutions for a wide range of distinguished clients, including several Fortune 1000 corporations, national charities, higher education institutions and health care organizations. For more information on Stream57, please call 212-909-2550 or visit http://www.Stream57.com.