One of my strongest early memories of seeing television as a kid was the Apollo 11 moon landing. Watching Neil Armstrong climb down the ladder as the first man to step on the moon in July 1969 – it was amazing to see it happen live. Those moving pictures made me feel like I was there in person.
Television has become so entwined in our lives and society that it’s hard to picture anything matching TV’s ability to reach, teach, engage and entertain broad audiences. Imagine, however, harnessing that capability for yourself or your organization. How cool would it be to have your own TV channel, where you can broadcast whatever content you want, whenever you want, and on almost any device you want?
Is this science fiction? Believe it or not, it’s fact.The ability for any organization to have a secure, interactive communication platform to reach audiences large or small exists today.We call it Business TV, and I’ll discuss that topic much more in future posts.