Lawo Offers Lounge And How-To Sessions For Distanced Customers

Lawo, German innovator and manufacturer of pioneering IP-based broadcast technology, has started organizing weekly Lawo Lounge (Wednesdays) and How-To (Thursdays) sessions to stay connected with its customers and future Lawo users. The first sessions were streamed on Wednesday, June 10th, and Thursday, June 11th, 2020.

The aim of these sessions is to present entertaining and informative, short-form programs about the media and entertainment industry’s transition to IP-based content production and delivery. Brought live from Lawo’s Headquarters in Rastatt, Germany, the Lawo Lounge and How-To sessions offer product tips, application insights, new product introductions, customer interviews, interactive Q&A and more.

All Lawo Lounge episodes can be watched live at 14:00 hours (CEST) on Wednesdays, with a replay at 20:00 hours (CEST), or on demand by clicking the relevant link in the “Past Webinars” section on the page whose URL can be found below.

The Lawo How-To sessions are streamed on Thursdays at 14:00 hours (CEST), with a replay at 20:00 hours. On-demand watching is also available. See the “Lawo How-To… Series” section at the link below.

Users are welcome to ask questions in writing during and until one hour after each session. Details about registering for each individual event can be found here (this page is updated on a weekly basis): https://www.lawo.com/lawo/calendar/lawo-lounge.html

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