GOVERNMENT
Engage your Constituents
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Government Communications Platform

Utilize technology to connect, learn and engage with your constituents.

Elected officials at the local, state and federal levels rely on Broadnet’s platform to engage tens of thousands of constituents on the key public policy issues of the day. Connecting with them, learning about them and engaging their audience through technology.

Looking to boost your communication strategy? Learn how you can use Broadnet’s suite of products to increase your reach while in office.

SEE HOW YOU CAN USE BROADNET

Engage Federal Constituents

Connect  and engage with thousands to get your word out.

Public spending. Infrastructure. Relief efforts. Whatever the issue, start the conversation with live multimedia events that allow constituents to participate. Connect with thousands of participants at once, giving them total access to you and expert guest hosts who can assist in answering their questions.

Success Story

United State Senators have used Broadnet’s platform to create their own media channels that allow them to regularly speak with constituents. One U.S. Senator in particular hosts monthly Access live event, streaming the live video feed to Facebook Live and their official website, and posting highlight clips to their Twitter feed to increase reach.

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Success Story

To increase participation at town meetings (which drew an average of 20 people) the City of Littleton, Colo., leveraged Access Live platform to attract 571 additional participants by phone, plus 162 viewers of the live stream. Within 24 hours of the event, there were 734 video views and 772% increase in social media engagement.

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Convene local conversations

Quickly provide information or receive feedback from your audience.

Connect with thousands of residents – all at once – across a variety of media platforms. Break news and give updates on projects and developments that will directly impact the audience. Gather feedback on upcoming plans and event by asking poll questions during your Access Live events, and answer questions directly from residents .

Success Story

To increase participation at town meetings (which drew an average of 20 people) the City of Littleton, Colo., leveraged Access Live platform to attract 571 additional participants by phone, plus 162 viewers of the live stream. Within 24 hours of the event, there were 734 video views and 772% increase in social media engagement.

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Tackle State Issues

Engage with your constituents and give them the ability to choose how they participate.

Inform them about important issues and breaking news, or hold events that are focused on local subjects that concern them. Constituents can ask you questions directly and participate in live polls, allowing you assess issue awareness and involvement. Strengthen relationships with citizens living in your district and offer access to relevant information.

Success Story

Opioid overdose is a public health crisis in Pennsylvania. More than 76,000 residents of the Keystone state participated in a series of five events – by phone and live streaming – to learn from experts about addiction warning signs, resources for opioid addicts, funding for treatment, prevention education, rehabilitation services, and much more.

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Reach your goals
Use Broadnet’s platform and strategies to gather your current audience, find the people connected to you and discover those you need to meet.
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FEATURED CLIENT STORY

During devastating wildfires in Fort McMurray, and with no access to landline phones, evacuees had no way to communicate directly with the Government of Alberta, Canada, which used Broadnet’s platform to dial 142,715 mobile phone users with emergency information.

Nearly 2,000 participants actively engaged to ask a question and participants listened on the call for an average of 28 minutes.

We set up these telephone town halls in order to provide you with as much information as we can in an unfiltered way.”
— Municipal Affairs Minister Danielle Larivee

SUCCESS STORY

During devastating wildfires in Fort McMurray, and with no access to landline phones, evacuees had no way to communicate directly with the Government of Alberta, Canada, which used Broadnet’s platform to dial 142,715 mobile phone users with emergency information.

Nearly 2,000 participants actively engaged to ask a question and participants listened on the call for an average of 28 minutes.

We set up these telephone town halls in order to provide you with as much information as we can in an unfiltered way.”
— Municipal Affairs Minister Danielle Larivee

We’d love to learn more about your goals.