What is a LexCast Web?
A LexCast Web file is the Internet's version of a television broadcast. It uses the Internet to broadcast live or delayed audio and/or video transmissions. A LexCast Web file can last anywhere from a few minutes to an hour and is meant to inform you of marketing developments shaping risk.
Do LexCast Web files expire?
Absolutely not. These files are housed on www.lexcasts.com, making it easily accessible all year round.
How do I listen to a LexCast Web?
Do I need special equipment?
Do I need to go anywhere to listen to one?
To listen to a LexCast Web, all you need to do is a computer with speakers. Just simply go to www.lexcasts.com and click on the "listen now" button. No subscription needed! You can listen to a LexCast Web anywhere you would like - in your office or even at your own home.
Are all LexCast Webs live?
No, not all are live. We often pre-record a few LexCast Webs that we make available later. There are a few that are live which means that listeners have the option of asking questions if time permits. There is a box on the screen that will allow you to type in your question, which gets directed toward the presenters.
How do I participate in a live LexCast Web?
Invitations are sent out to interested parties in advance that include all information regarding the live cast, including how to register to become a participant. To participate in a live LexCast, you would need to register through the invitation before the live date. On the day of the live cast, a 1-800 number will be provided so that you may call in and participate.