ACWF's 1st Live-Streamed Lecture Attracts 850,000 Views

December 29, 2016
By Women VoiceEditor: Rong Chen
Attendees listen to the lecture during the session in Beijing. [Women Voice]

 

The All-China Women's Federation (ACWF) held a live-streaming lecture in Beijing on December 27 on the topic of new media, giving advice and updates to members and grassroots officials.

Women's federation staff across the country could also participate and give feedback in the session in real-time via the popular instant messaging app WeChat.

During the hour-long event, Wang Chao, from Peking University Creative Communication Management Research Center, spoke on subjects such as how to promote innovative broadcasting and management in the era of new media and the internet; and, how to find solutions to using different products and tools.

Experts also spoke on how to find a balance between interpersonal communication and social media use; and, what are the procedures and requirements of organizing an event via a new media account.

Delivered in a lighthearted tone, the session garnered around 850,000 hits by the end of the day.

Users of WeChat can now replay the video and download digital teaching materials, and the ACWF said they plan to organize further such live-streamed events again in future.

 

Wang Chao, from Peking University Creative Communication Management Research Center, talks at the event. [Women Voice]

Attendees listen carefully during the presentation. [Women Voice]

An audience member at the event [Women Voice]

Lecturer Wang Chao, from Peking University Creative Communication Management Research Center [Women Voice]

An outline of the lecture content [Women Voice]

A screen grab from the WeChat showing comments from the live-stream. [Women Voice]

 

Women's federation officials from Qiandongnan Prefecture, southwest China's Guizhou Province, watch the lecture live. [Women Voice]

Four women's federation officials from Guizhou Province watch the lecture together. [Women Voice]

Women's federation officials from northwest China's Heilongjiang Province gather together and watch the lecture live. [Women Voice]

Four officials watch the live-streamed lecture on a monitor. [Women Voice]

Officials from east China's Jiangsu Province jointly learn from the lecture at a meeting room. [Women Voice]

Officials also from Jiangsu gather to watch the live-broadcast. [Women Voice]

 

Officials learn from the lecture in north China's Tianjin Municipality. [Women Voice]

Women watch the live-streaming event on their smart phones in northwest China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region. [Women Voice]

A group watches the live event via a smart phone in northwest China's Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps. [Women Voice]

Two women watch the live event from northwest China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. [Women Voice]

Women federation officials take part in the live session via their phones in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. [Women Voice]

Grassroots officials watch the lecture via phones in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. [Women Voice]

 

Officials jointly watch the live lecture from northwest China's Gansu Province. [Women Voice]

Two officials in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality jointly learn from the meeting. [Women Voice]

A group of officials watch the event from east China's Zhejiang Province. [Women Voice]

Community Women's Federation Officials watch the live-streaming event together. [Women Voice]

Doctors also interact with the event. [Women Voice]

 

(Source: Women Voice/Translated and edited by Women of China)

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