Our webcasts are run from 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
To ensure that you have the ability to view the live webcast, please follow these steps:
- You can test to see if you are able to view the webcast by clicking here.
- Please give this test URL to your IT department immediately. If the test site is not working, please check with your IT department to make sure they have made the URL available. As soon as the LIVE URL is available (prior to the event date), you MUST also give it to your IT department so you can view the live presentation.
- You can also contact Dave Poplawski at the New York Network Studio at (518) 443-5333 (Before the broadcast) and (518) 591-4868 or 4869 (The day of the broadcast)or email@example.com for technical support.
You will receive the webcast URL one week prior to the broadcast. From the web address provided, you can view the webcast and find instructions to complete your continuing education paperwork.
- Each registration must have its own e-mail address. If you have a conference room with internet access, you can set up a laptop/computer, LCD projector and speakers and project the webcast onto a screen.
- Individuals viewing as a group can visit our website after the broadcast to find a link to complete their continuing education paperwork online and print a certificate.
In order to be able to view our webcasts, your computer must meet the minimum specifications:
- "Reasonably" current PC. A rule of thumb is Pentium 4 or newer including the dual core processors for both Intel and AMD platforms with 512 MB of RAM.
- Microsoft Windows XP, SP3, Vista 7.0
- Macintosh OS V10.5 with Safari V2 or Firefox V2 (and higher versions)
The preferred browser is Internet Explorer 7. Other browsers that will work are listed below:
- Internet Explorer 8
- Firefox Version 3 (and higher versions)
- Safari Version 2
- Note: If you use a non-Internet Explorer Browser, the “Silverlight” plug in Version 3 and higher versions will be installed so you can view the program.
- Reliable Bandwidth. Our streams can be received on dial-up, but it is not recommended. Dial-up bandwidth can be unreliable. Cable or DSL should be considered.