Spreecast is a free social video platform that lets users connect in a variety of ways. You can watch live conversations via the various media outlets, discuss current events, share interests and even meet celebrities and other popular personalities you look up to.
The platform can also be used to engage in private conversations with family, friends or business associates. This can be done through the private or unlisted features.
Spreecast can be embedded on blogs or Facebook pages. This is what bloggers, journalists and media outlets are actually using to discuss present and breaking events.
This same broadcasting tool is used by politicians, non-profit organizations and think tanks to discuss issues that matter to them. It allows them to share their views and opinions and gain an audience.
Another use of Spreecast is as an interactive educational tool. Teachers and educational institutions are using the platform for distance learning programs and to engage their students in an effort to improve their learning. It can also be used for study groups.
Founded in 2011 by Jeff Flur in San Francisco California, Spreecast offers video tutorials on the site as well as other helpful information on how to use the platform.
Spreecast Slideshare http://www.slideshare.net/missmollymary/spreecast-76-ers via @SlideShare
Do you have any tips for using Spreecast? Please add them to this list. Please vote up or down any tips that are already here. Thank you!
Tips for using @spreecast #Crowdify #GetItDone
Tips for using @spreecast #webtoolswiki
Do you know any Spreecast alternatives? Please add the names of each tool to this list and help others to find them and try them out. Please vote up or down any alternative so we find the most popular ones. Thank you!
Your suggestions for alternatives to @spreecast #Crowdify #GetItDone
Your suggestions for alternatives to @spreecast #webtoolswiki
We hope you enjoy Spreecast. To search for any other online tool please use our search box at the top of the page. If you have benefited from what you have learned here we hope you will consider sharing this page with your social media friends by using one of the sharing buttons out on the left. Thank you!
If you have any questions about Spreecast please ask in the comment boxes below either Google+ or click over to Facebook. If you know lots about Spreecast or any other tool featured in The Web Tools Wiki then please let us know in the comments as well. We will connect with you and give you editing rights. We often pay regular editors for their time.