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Live and Online

Broadcast-quality Webcasts. Modern Virtual Events. Reimagined Webinars. Global Live Streams. Trending Live Social Video.

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It comes in many flavors.
It fits many strategies.
It always engages.

For our clients, we bring together the power of our Motion Studios unit with the sophistication of our events and experiential marketing capabilities chops, to deliver a range of live video experiences.

Since the earliest days of online video, we been engaging live audiences from our massive in-studio sound stages, at our flagship events, during street-stopping brand activations, and all around the globe.

To stay ahead of what's next, we bring our clients a suite of end-to-end webcasting services, including:

Strategy and Planning

By partnering with our Intelligence unit, we find the opportunities and insights that will define our strategies and plans for a clients' live video experience.

Marketing Services

When it fits, we design webcast-centric brands, deliver virtual event platforms, and launch campaigns that bring attendees into the experience.

Content Development

With message maps, scripts, presentations, coaching, interactive tools, on-the-street hosts, and much more, we partner with clients to bring their content to life.

Live Production

From the under-pining technology platforms to required gear to production crews, we schedule, rehearse, and produce every aspect of our clients' live video experiences.

Recently Live

Big Accounting Firm

Simultaneously connected seven disparate internal events through broadcast-quality, two-way satellite-based live feeds for a Big Four Accounting firm.

CES

Brought remote audiences onto the floor and into conversations with VIP attendees through CES's Facebook Live page.

IBM

Broadcasted IBM's flagship software user conferences through leading-edge streaming technologies.

Johnson & Johnson

Brought together a community of medical professionals from over 200 countries through a purpose-built virtual event series.

Siemens

From a multi-faceted set, we broadcasted a modern live virtual event that engaged thousands of employees with 12+ hours of programming.

SOLIDWORKS

From the ballroom to expo to the parties, we brought multi-dimensional live content from their flagship conference to their community of 5.5 million users.

Experiences We Deliver

Event Webcasting

From stage to the world

When the audience cannot attend in-person, we bring the entire event to them. General sessions are shot and cut to feel like broadcast television. Breakouts are captured to share learning. Expo floors are explored to find new perspectives. All around the event, we help clients capture more: more content, more ROI, and more engagement with their key audiences.

Virtual Events

Where content becomes a two-way interaction

To replicate a full event experience requires going beyond one-way broadcasts of content. To create a modern virtual event, attendees need to share their thoughts, have conversations, network, and discover potential partners. With our clients, we define the strategies, design the experiences, source the technology, produce the content, and manage the full experience for their virtual event attendees.

Town Halls

When brands need to broadcast

Big announcements and important conversations are best served through live, human-centric experiences. In today's era of video streaming services, our clients trust us to deliver television-like viewing experiences that deliver critical information to their most important audiences.

Live Social Video

Formal to informal. Human to human.

As our clients continue to expand investments in branded content, ambassador and influencer programs, and real-time sharing, live social video has become a new marketing communications channel. Across Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and more, we enable our clients to capture new opportunities with these latest social experiences.

Looking to elevate your next webcast? Reach out to get started.

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