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We are looking at running some webinars soon, and I was wondering if you folks had any experience with a service you have been happy with.

We are currently looking at using one of the following (but are always up to suggestions):

We also looked at:

But they seem to not support video at this time.

Specifically, we need to be able to provide a live video feed from an instructor (as well as display slides), and accept questions/discussions from the audience via audio or chat. Of course, it is always good to have a clean interface, and if the system works without installing any software, that is a plus as well.

Any thoughts??

--Edited to provide details for system requirements.

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I've attended meetings with both webex and gotomeeting. They worked fine. What are your specific requirements though? – paulmorriss Apr 8 '11 at 14:27
Good question! I've edited my original question to include our requirements. Basically, we need to be able to have a live video feed, and participate in discussions with our audience. Thanks! – dbonomo Apr 11 '11 at 16:43

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There's always the free:

but by far this would be my favorite:

its free (there's a paid version too with added benefits) but u can create your own channel + save old content.

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I suppose these could work if you were looking for a 1-way webinar and had your own screencasting software. But dedicated webinar platforms provide voice/text chat capabilities and take less bandwidth for higher picture quality since you're just presenting slides most of the time. – Lèse majesté Feb 18 '12 at 21:34

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