This week we publicly announced our “new season” of the WebRTC Live webinar series. Now we’re excited to share the schedule of upcoming webinars that we’ll host with a variety of guests every couple of weeks. Each episode includes a short interview with a WebRTC technical or business use case expert, and you can join us live for each episode on Crowdcast if you want to ask questions of our guests!

WebRTC Live #31: “Leveraging the New Features of WebRTC 1.0,” Bernard Aboba, Microsoft

Join us live this Thursday, August 29th at 12:30pm Eastern. Bernard Aboba, Principal Architect at Microsoft, will talk about the latest features in WebRTC 1.0, in a preview of his upcoming talk at the IIT RTC Conference. Hosted by Arin Sime of

WebRTC Live #32: “Updates on Janus & SFUs,” Lorenzo Miniero, PhD, MeetEcho

Join us live on Thursday, September 5th at 12:00pm Eastern. Lorenzo Miniero, Chairman at MeetEcho, will preview the upcoming Janus Con as well as his upcoming talk at the IIT RTC Conference on SFUs, Simulcast, and SVC. Hosted by Arin Sime of

WebRTC Live #33: “Contact Center Quality & callstats Update,” Varun Singh, PhD,

Join us live on Thursday, September 19th at 12:00pm Eastern. Varun Singh, Founder and CEO of, will discuss the latest on WebRTC call quality. He’ll give updates on‘s work and preview his IIT RTC Conference talk, “How and why quality impacts productivity in a contact center.” Hosted by Arin Sime of

WebRTC Live #34: “Trivia and Gaming with WebRTC,” Kyle Bank, Phenix Real Time Solutions

Join us live on Thursday, October 3rd at 12:00pm Eastern. Kyle Bank will join us for a use case discussion about low latency data use cases, specifically trivia and gaming with WebRTC. Kyle will share some of what Phenix Real Time Solutions has learned working in this area, as part of previewing his talk at the upcoming IIT RTC Conference in Chicago. Hosted by Arin Sime of

TADHack and the IIT Real Time Communications Conference

The IIT Real Time Communications Conference will be hosted in Chicago on October 14-16, with a TADHack the previous weekend on October 12-13. Our team will be there as organizers of the WebRTC track and also as sponsors! If you’d like to attend the conference, too, register by September 1st with discount code WRDISC to receive a $100 discount!

Look for more episodes of WebRTC Live to be released after we return from the IIT Conference and for the rest of 2019! If you can’t join us live, don’t worry — all episodes will be published to our blog and to our YouTube channel a couple of days after the live recording. See you on WebRTC Live!

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