March webcasts

Upcoming OSV author webcasts include:

Woodeene Koenig-Bricker on Venerable Matt Talbot, March 20

David Werning on Catholic Faith Foundations, March 21

Teresa Tomeo with Media Matters, March 28

You’ll find descriptions of each and links to register here. Remember that if you can’t make the live webcast at the scheduled time, they are archived and can be accessed at your convenience.

And if you’re interested in taking part in a webcast about your book and/or area of expertise, let us know! Call Tracy at 800.348.2440, ext. 3892, or email her at


Upcoming author webcasts

Webcast invitationJust a quick note about some OSV author webcasts coming up in September (all times Eastern):

  • Susan Erschen is hosting one today, August 29, that will be archived and available for listening soon on “God’s Guide for Grandparents”
  • Chris Stewart will be repeating his webcast, “Casting Nets with the Saints” on Saturday, September 2 at 10:00 a.m.
  • The ever-popular Father Mitch Pacwa will present “The Roots of Our Catholic Identity: Roman History’s Relevance in Our Modern World” on September 13 at 11:00 a.m.
  • Discover the life of soon-to-be-beatified Father Stanley Rother with Maria Scaperlanda as she presents “The Shepherd Who Didn’t Run” on September 13 at 2:00 p.m.
  • Michael Heinlein presents “Fatima, Prayer and Penance” on September 13 at 7:00 p.m.
  • Scott Vaughn presents “App, Texting and Digital Signage” on September 14 at 10:00 a.m., and also at 2:00 p.m.
  • George Martin presents “Scripture Footnotes: The World of Jesus” September 18 at 12:00 p.m.
  • On September 19, Woodeene Koenig-Bricker presents “Saintly Secrets: St. Padre Pio” at 2:00 p.m.

Find the complete list and register by sharing this link:

Would you like to be part of an author webcast about your book? Just email Jill at and let her know. We’ll work with you on scheduling and how-to (we even have a video here).

OSV author webcast how-to


Connecting with your readers is important, and interviews, radio and TV shows, and podcasts are good ways to do so.

At OSV, we also use our popular webcast (also called webinar) format to allow authors to present their books and areas of expertise, and answer readers’ questions.

What’s a webcast? Simply put, it’s a live, online meeting using web-hosted software like Webex, GoTo Meeting, or ON24 (which OSV uses). Webcasts combine audio (computer or conference call), video,  Powerpoint presentations and chat rooms (for questions and comments).

Tracy Stewart

Tracy Stewart, webinar coordinator

If you’re asked to participate in an OSV author webcast, no worries! Our webcast coordinator and moderator Tracy Stewart will walk you though the process in advance of the event and answer any questions you have.

Tracy has put together a webcast video (what else!) on how our webcasts work. Visit here to login, and watch the nine-minute presentation. (It’s archived, so ignore the message that says the webcast has ended.)

Questions? Email Tracy at

Our upcoming webcasts are listed here. Be sure to register to check them out and see how they work!