SBN produces live streaming broadcast from Philly Net Squared’s Net Tuesday

Marcus Iannozzi, left, founder of Message Agency, makes a point about CRMs for nonprofits, while Paul Keogan, founder of Back Office Thinking, looks on. The two were panelists at Philly Net Squared's Net Tuesday on April 1.Marcus Iannozzi, left, founder of Message Agency, makes a point about CRMs for nonprofits, while Paul Keogan, founder of Back Office Thinking, looks on. The two were panelists at Philly Net Squared's Net Tuesday on April 1.

PHILADELPHIA — (SBN) — Philly Net Squared, which helps social action and nonprofit organizations harness social media for social good, live streamed its April 1 Net Tuesday seminar through State Broadcast News. The program featured a panel discussing the use of constituent relationship management (CRM) software in nonprofits’ websites. Panelists were:

Marcus Iannozzi, founder of the Message Agency
Paul Keogan, founder of Back Office Thinking

Moderator was Thomas Taylor, account manager for CRM Science.

SBN used its Sony NXCAM HXR-NX70U 1920x1080p high definition cameras and its Roland VR4-EX HD video switcher for the live broadcast. SBN can live stream an event with up to four HD video cameras, or three cameras and a VGA input from a presentation computer.

For more information on having SBN cover your news event, contact steve@statebroadcastnews.com

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