More than 100 organizations around the globe will host TEDMED Live Streaming, a simulcast of the entire TEDMED 2014 stage program, with an estimated total audience of more than 100 thousand viewers.
TEDMED seeks to host an inclusive global dialog among all cultures and walks of life to create a “big picture” for science, health and medicine. It’s the first step toward inspiring breakthrough thinking and insights for the health of our planet’s 7 billion people. To that end, TEDMED will broadcast its entire program from the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC and the Palace Theater in San Francisco, CA, both live during the event on September 10-12 and on-demand through September 16. The live streaming is available at no cost to qualified academic institutions, teaching hospitals, government organizations and non-profits organizations.
Affiliates to date include the World Health Organization, Research4Life, Clinton Foundation, Millennium Villages Project, Sustainable Development Solutions Network, American Public Health Association, Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates, Society for Participatory Medicine, +SocialGood, the National Institutes of Health and BroadReach Healthcare, among many others.
Affiliates can use the live streaming in many ways to facilitate conversations and collaborations: Via a group event in a conference room, during a large community gathering or on individual devices.
If your organization would like to access TEDMED Live Streaming, click here to find out more and apply.