I am pleased, proud, and pumped to announce a new resource for everybody associated with web events. Webinar Wire just went live today with yours truly acting as editor. The site was created by Aperio Networks, who already bring you Conferencing News, the CN Key People Directory, and EventSpan.
Aperio and I decided to work together on this project as a way to focus attention and collect community news and views on web events. As opposed to the usual corporate or personal blog, Webinar Wire presents a public forum for contributions from anybody who works with event-based web conferences. We are making the distinction from information about ad-hoc or small group collaborative web conferences, which have a different set of requirements and technologies.
Webinar Wire lets you reach a very large audience that might not find your company blog. We want to hear from technology providers, event service companies, event speakers and moderators, producers, and end users of webinars and webcasts. Tell the world about new offerings, share tips and tricks, ask for help with problem situations, or sound off with your personal opinion about web communications.
I'll be continuing to post here in The Webinar Blog... Especially detailed information about web conferencing technologies and vendors. The new community site isn't the right place for that. But I'll also be adding information, opinions, and guidelines over on the Webinar Wire site. Go check it out!