Live streaming and view-on-demand recordings of lectures and presentations
BC Children's and BC Women's Media Services provides webcasting services to record or broadcast your event or presentation for viewing via the internet. Using their own computers your audience will be able to:
- View live streaming webcasts of events
- View pre-recorded events on demand
- Receive video, audio and presentation visuals (i.e. PowerPoint presentation) through one user-friendly player
- Download attachments
- Submit questions via email
- Respond to live polling and more
For all other types of webcasting support (ie., WebEx, GoToMeeting or Adobe Connect, etc.) please contact your technical support service provider.
To book a webcast, click the
Book a webcast button and fill out the Webcast request form.
Recording only / View on Demand||
Live Broadcast (up to 150 concurrent viewers)||
Offsite Recording |
1 hour||$200.00||$400.00||Add 20% total cost + external fees*|
1/2 day (<=5hrs )|
|$400.00||$800.00||Add 20% total cost + external fees*|
|full day||$800.00||$1,600.00||Add 20% total + external fees*|
* These are fees that may be charged by offsite hosts (i.e., locations external to PHSA agencies such as a conference centre, hotel, or other institution).
Streaming from a non-PHSA location is possible. We would need to evaluate the external site to ensure stability of service. Extra charges apply.
Up to 150 viewers can watch a live streaming webcast. If you would like to give more viewers access, please notify Media Production & Services 2 weeks in advance so that arrangements can be made to increase access. Extra charges apply.
Yes, it is the responsibility of the organizer of the event to inform and gain consent from all the presenters for their online participation.
It is the responsibility of the organizers of the event to ensure that the presenters are either the sole owner of copyright of the content they are producing/creating during the presentation or that they have acquired all necessary permissions/licences to include the content in the presentation.
It is the responsibility of the organizers of the event to ensure that the presenters comply with the Freedom of Information and Privacy Act of BC. If the presentation contains patient information, contact the Coordinator of Health Information Management or Release of Information office in your agency to learn about specific procedures on the handling and release of patient information.
Webcasting Services are provided by Media Services at BC Children's Hospital and BC Women's Hospital + Health Centre.