We need to stay connected to each other. Today, Livestreaming is everywhere as we share our lives, experiences, and events with people from all over the globe. We help businesses and organizations connect with their audience on a deeper level despite the barrier of physical location. Live broadcasts enhance and maximize direct communication with your customers and community partners and can be used to educate, share events and highlight different products and people.
SickKids - Groundbreaking
We had the honour to Livestream the official groundbreaking ceremony for the new SickKids Hospital in downtown Toronto featuring Mayor John Tory and other speakers. Working with their agency Citizen Relations we provided multi-camera coverage of the event and a dedicated network for connectivity on street level for the Facebook Livestream. We also provided a TV and Speaker set-ups for additional people to watch the event inside the lobby at SickKids.
TurboTax - Ask The Experts
During tax season last year we helped TurboTax do an ‘Ask The Experts’ Facebook Livestream working with their agency We Are Social. The talk featured Host Dina Sultan McDonald and a few experts discussing the new software capabilities with Video and Live Website cutaways. The Livestream ended with Question and Answer period where the experts answered questions that came in live from the Facebook audience.
Henry's Camera - Buffer Festival Red Carper
Working with Creative Director Chris Frampton and Henry’s Host Gajan Balan we helped execute a ‘Live from the Red Carpet’ YouTube Livestream with Henry’s Camera. A multi-camera set-up including one Wireless Handheld Camera enabled us to roam between backstage and the Red Carpet at the event from TIFF Lightbox. Before the event, we pre-taped the intro on King Street then interviewed the nominated YouTube creators and fans live.
SickKids - Tech 4 SickKids
This simple Facebook Livestream for SickKids featured Dr. Jason Fischer, Division Head Paediatric Emergency Medicine at SickKids & Erin Bury, Willful Co-founder and CEO sitting down to discuss how tech improves health outcomes for SickKids patients and the role of technology at SickKids in the future. The interview required a three camera set-up and was filmed in their University Avenue building.