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Old 10-06-2009, 08:04 AM
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For those who are interested in the virtual session, but are unable to participate in the live event, a recording of the live session will be available for purchase approximately three–to–five business days following the event (at the same pricing as the live broadcast), by using this purchase form.

I assume that unlike the audio-only recording, they'll have the video or at least the synced slides.
This looks like the same thing they do for web seminars. A video recording and a copy of all the slides come in a zip file. Cost for the package is typically the same as for attending the webinar itself.

We've done at least one post-event purchase, and I have been pleased with the package.
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I viewed the session called "Statutory issues for life and annuities" (or something like that) in the live streaming format. I'd say it was 95% good. My computer hiccuped about 2 - 3 times through the 90 minutes, but only lost about 2 seconds each time. We did have a little freeze up at the end of the session; not sure if it was my computer or the broadcast. There were a few points along the way where getting the speaker to speak better in to the microphone would have helped, but generally worked OK. So a few things that can improve, but a good method that I think should continue to develop for future meetings.
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