Hosting presentation over the web

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Hello Experts,

What webinar host providers you would recommend?

Usually I would use a free online meeting for internal users, something like Mikogo or Skype, which required installation of a piece of software on each participating computer.

For this project, however, I need to provide our Engineering and Service departments with a solution which has the following, or at least most of the following:

-      is reliable and with acceptable speed to about 20 locations.
-      can project a video of the presenter.
-      does not require a software installation on customer’s computers receiving presentation.
-      participants can ask questions either through voice or typing.
-      is not necessarily free.
-      works on different browsers.

Your help is greatly appreciated.
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Commented: is very good and offers all that you request. same with microsoft live meeting.. gotomeeting is totally browser based while live meeting has an optional software component.  You might consider using to host video's and use an irc java client for input from the clients (ala how does it. for voice feedback you will need software running on the clients machine.
Your requirements may cut out many options.  

I know many are very satisfied with Go-To-Meeting (see the comparison of their offerings here: ), but I don't think it has video of the presenter and I think it requires at least a temporary install of software that can be uninstalled after the meeting automatically when ending the meeting.

You might try it along with a video option or....

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