Streamed live on 12 Apr 2017\r\n\r\nIs South Africa using its knowledge base to increase economic efficiency? Minister\u0027s address \u0022Minister Naledi Pandor\u0022 and media briefing. Epnet Live were appointed to live stream this event and a domain name was registered in order that the client could send a unique website link where people could watch this live event. The live streaming was via YouTube and the video was placed and embedded on the website broadcast page. A very simple concept and people were able to view by clicking a link to the website. \u003Ca href=\u0022http:\/\/sa-rd-survey-livestream.co.za\/\u0022 target=\u0022_blank\u0022\u003EClick here to watch the after show.\u003C\/a\u003E\r\n\r\nPlagued with poor audio from the conference centre PA system. Epnet have now introduced a new audio interface. The system enables us to isolate ourselves from the PA system equipment at any venue for future conferences. It is a fact that people watching are able to ignore any glitches in the video but bad audio is really very frustrating. Most conference venues we have visited seem to be plagued by poor audio. More recently we have found that bringing in a specialist to provide an audio system for a client is the best option. We have recently worked with KEEN-EYE DIGITAL Contact: Leslie James Tel: 083 384 2787 who provide any audio solution for conferences. Leslie will bend over backwards to assist and help customers to solve issues.