At-Home Production for Live Events

Live Stream – Tues, April 21 – Live at 10AM PDT/1PM EDT

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GUEST SPEAKERS

BRETT COLLINS

Brett is providing remote production services for major daytime television shows.

BRETT COLLINSBC Live Productions
SEAN WYBOURN

Sean is finding new ways to bring guests into shows remotely.

SEAN WYBOURNTd Ameritrade Network
BOB GOULD

Bob is helping MSU students continue learning broadcast journalism while the campus is closed.

BOB GOULDMSU School of Journalism
GEORGE KLIPPEL

George is presenting how LiveU is supporting a variety of productions with remote broadcast equipment.

GEORGE KLIPPELLiveU
JAMES PAGE

James is presenting how Vimeo Enterprise is helping customers ditch the hardware, and manage an entire live production in the cloud.

JAMES PAGEVimeo

EVENT DESCRIPTION

Al Roker can do remote live production- so can you!

In this Broadcast2Post episode, we’re inviting top broadcast professionals to discuss the challenges faced when operating a remote production (REMI). We’ll dive into the process and equipment necessary to pull off the show, regardless of whether it’s for a television broadcast, live event, corporate presentation, or Sunday service. Get your on-air talent to remote-in, use Zoom for remote interviews, have your crew work with best social distancing practices- we’ll cover it all.

LiveU and Vimeo will also join to provide demonstrations of their unique software and hardware solutions for remote live production.

Have an urgent need for a remote live production solution?

The Key Code Media team is standing by to answer your remote live production equipment or solution questions. Contact us to get started.