If you want to do a live stream whether it be an event, public lecture or class then there are many ways to do it. The lockdown opened up opportunities to do this using Zoom and Microsoft Teams. It got us all thinking about new ways to run events and conferences.

Events are now returning to normal but live streaming has now become an important part of these events and it is new to many of you organising these. I first live streamed back in 1998 and has become increasingly more popular.

It is important to keep your online audience engaged and I see it as my role to not only help you stream the event but to help produce it with you. So if you want to interact with your audience, play pre-recorded content, display messages and more, I will work with you. 

There are also many platforms to choose from including YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, Hopin, Workcast, Crowdcast and many more. I will help you choose the platform best for you. This could include using Zoom or MS teams.

You might also want to bring in remote speakers either live or pre-recorded and can help you with that too.

If you want to learn how to live stream then you can book on to one of my courses or I can run a bespoke session for you and/or your team. You can find out more on my training page, click here for more information.


What we do:

  • Live stream either single or multiple camera events.
  • Capture the presentations to appear in the live stream, mixed with cameras including split screen.
  • Setup all the logo, titles and captions to appear just like a broadcast.
  • Include pre-recorded video into the live event.
  • Create pre-recorded video. Pre-recorded video is useful for your online audience to watch before the event starts and can help with promoting what you are doing and future events.
  • Help you setup your channel.
  • Provide statistics.
  • Help and advise on promoting your live stream.
  • We record the video from each camera individually should there be any editing required later.