In 2001 The Atkinson Centre for Society and Child Develpment was looking to engage a global audience at its Millennium Dialogue on Early Child Development held at OISE at the University of Toronto. This prestigious event featured global leaders like:
University of Michigan (The Center For Human Growth & Development)
Sir Michael Rutter, Charles Nelson, Clyde Hertzman to name a few.
Videotelephony established, in 2001, a global interactive webcasting platform allowing collaborators from Europe, South America, and Australia to view the proceedings and interact in a unique way with the members attending the conference. Videotelephony provided the audio, video, and data capture platform, equipment, and crew, the production for this event, the recordings, and ultimately the published video proceedings on several CD titles.