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LIVESTREAMING AND VIRTUAL EVENTS

Livestreaming technology gives you the option to broadcast your virtual event from anywhere while still meeting your event goals. Your engaging and successful virtual event can be produced entirely remote or filmed in-studio or on-location. As restrictions on gatherings ease, hybrid events will be a great option in 2021. 

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VIRTUAL EVENTS LIVESTREAMED IN 2020
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VIRTUAL EVENTS THIS YEAR

Entirely Virtual, In-Studio, and On-Location Options

Rather than cancel, move your event online. Condense the content of your event and livestream from your home, office, event venue or our studio. Your presentation and activities are delivered through livestreaming to your online channel such as YouTube, or Vimeo. Or you can embed the video feed on your website.

Professional Livestream Production Team

Our team is an extension of your team. You’ll have a dedicated production manager, director, and technical producer working together to ensure a high-quality webcast run like a live television show, broadcast in 1080p, and delivered to your audience online. During the livestream, the technical producer seamlessly transitions between live and recorded content, adding graphics, overlays, picture-in-picture, and web page feeds.

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Virtual Event Livestream Package

multiple inputs for a livesteam are seen on large monitiors mounted on a wall while a livestream director sits at a table with laptops and switchers
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Ahimsa House: Joining Hands & Paws Celebration
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Agnes Irwin School: Making “Her-Story”
Partner: Peerless Virtual Event Consulting
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Cedar Sinai Park: Heart Is Where the Home Is 
Partners: Artisan Auctions; Ari Shapiro

In-Studio Virtual Event Livestream

Co-hosts face the cameras on set for a livestreamed virtual event
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Portland Youth Philharmonic: Meet the Musicians 2021
Partners: gEvents LLC; Auctria
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Community Warehouse: Chair Affair 2021
Partners: Swaim Strategies; Artisan Auctions
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Special Olympics Oregon: Breakfast of Champions
Partners: Raise Agent; Shawn Hinz

On-Location Virtual Event

Specific technical needs must be met for on-location livestreaming including access to power, a fast and reliable dedicated internet line, access to the port, and direct communication with the on-site IT manager. The internet line must be free of upload restrictions and firewalls (often encountered in office buildings.)

Sufficient space for equipment is required. Your location must accommodate 6-foot physical distancing at all times. Only people essential to the virtual event should be on set during the livestream.

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O’Hara Catholic School: Apres Ski Annual Auction
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Meals on Wheels People: 50th Anniversary Gala Celebration
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Children’s Healing Art Project: CHAPlandia 2020
Partners: Raise Agent; Johnna Wells

Optional Virtual Event Package Add-Ons

Hybrid Events

As crowd size restrictions are lifted, hybrid events will become an interesting option for many organizations. You’d host a smaller group and provide a livestream for guests who are not able to attend. This is a great alternative for event planners who would like to utilize an event venue and capture the in-room atmosphere and excitement of the live event while reaching a larger audience. Looking for an example? Read about the Screentime Drive-In Gala.

COVID-19 Safety Precautions

In our studio and on location, our team takes all CDC-recommended safety precautions against the spread of COVID-19. Physical distancing is maintained, masks are worn, and hand sanitizer and antiseptic wipes are used. Each speaker is provided their own sanitized microphone and our equipment is cleaned before and after every use. Read more about our safety procedures.

READY TO GO VIRTUAL?

Contact us if you want to learn more about turning your meeting or fundraiser into a virtual event.

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