Hybrid Audience

Term explanation  •  Category Presentations

Definition and meaning

A mix between in-person and virtual participants for an event or a lecture is called a hybrid audience. Working with a hybrid audience may be challenging, as it requires the presenter to find ways to engage both the live and the virtual audience.

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