New WebRTC Talk Fusion Feature Eliminates Need for Downloading Software

Talk Fusion continues to get better and better. Recently, they introduced a new version of Live Meetings. It will use the WebRTC system. Using Live Meetings, you can host live broadcasts and video conferences. Up to five hundred people can participate in the broadcasts on any device they want. There can be up to fifteen hosts on the broadcasts. The new Live Meetings feature was announced during a broadcast with Bob Reina. The best part about this new feature is that people do not need to download Adobe Flash Player or any other application or system in order to use Talk Fusion. Instead, they can simply watch it from their browser.


Users can use the latest promotional tools in order to get more people to view their Live Meetings and broadcasts. Talk Fusion continues to stay ahead of the curve by providing its users with constant improvements and updates that other companies are not using.


WebRTC is unique, and there is no other software that can match it, according to Bob Reina. Talk Fusion is the leader when it comes to using WebRTC. It has many benefits for everyone. It greatly enhances your voice communication abilities, even when using an ordinary browser. You do not need to download any new software in order to see a broadcast if it uses WebRTC, which will eliminate any distractions and delays. In addition, there is no longer the need to download any plugins.


Bob Reina is the CEO and Founder of Talk Fusion. He came up with the idea for Talk Fusion when touring a new home in 2004. He wanted to be able to send a video clip via AOL’s email service, but he was unable to. He instantly thought of creating a product that made video sharing easy. Talk Fusion first started with Video Email, and it eventually grew into an all in one video marketing solution.


Bob Reina gets up at half past five every morning in order to go through his emails and get his priorities in order. By the time he is in the office, everyone knows what to do. Learn more: