‘Live Video Production’ Category


Video: Scottish Older People's Assembly, 25th October 2011

The Scottish Older People’s Assembly is a one-day conference is for older people and their representatives from across Scotland to debate key issues including active ageing, pensions and personal finance and reshaping care for older people.

The conference was webcast on 25th October 2011. The videos below include presentations from Highland Senior Citizens’ Network and Dumfries & Galloway Seniors Forum plus a link to older people from House in the Park care complex in Hamburg, Germany. The keynote speakers are Nicola Sturgeon MSP and Steve Webb, Minister of State for Pensions, speaking live from Westminster.

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    Latest live video stream for CLAPA conference 2011

    CLAPA Conference 2011: Ask the Team from CLAPA Video on Vimeo.

    The Cleft Lip and Palate Association came to me wanting to extend the reach of the day of their annual conference in Manchester in September and were overjoyed with the results!


    LIVE online: National Theatre Scotland present 24 hours of Five Minute Theatre

    Like theatre? Fancy watching it online? You’re in for a treat, and from the comfort of your own home!

    24 hours of live theatre starts at 5pm Tuesday 21st June 2011. Right here: Five Minute Theatre. It is brought to you by National Theatre of Scotland in celebration of five dramatic years producing cutting edge theatre. Both live theatre and pre-recorded shows from national and international submissions will be shown round the clock. Take a look at the schedule.

    I am one of the technical consultants for the logistics of the live video stream, on behalf of Envirodigital and will be one of three Production Vision Mixers for the duration of the event at the NTS HQ in Glasgow alongside the large NTS team.

    Follow @NTSonline for updates and use the #fiveminutetheatre hashtag. If you watch be sure to say hi on the chat.


    Be Good Be Social – hell yeah!

    be good be social

    Wowzer! A top event put on by the impressive #begoodbesocial team. I was honoured to support the event and web streamed it free of charge and enjoyed every minute of it. Great atmosphere, good topics and a superb example of using QR at an event, summarised nicely here by Hugh Wallace.


    Edinburgh Twestival 2011

    Edinburgh Twestival 2011 by chrisdonia
    Edinburgh Twestival 2011, a photo by chrisdonia on Flickr.

    Beyongolia sponsored EdTwestival!

    24th March was Twestival Local, and in Edinburgh we had our very own Edinburgh Twestival. EdTwestival supported St Columbas Hospice, an amazing independent charity whose current campaign is to raise £7 million to completely rebuild the hospice which is no longer fit for purpose.

    An awesome night it was! We assisted in breaking a world record of ‘Most Charities Supported By A Live Internet Broadcast’ which involved a live hook up to all the Twestival’s around the world in 200+ cities, which we beamed into with the help of my team from Beyongolia Productions.

    Beyongolia filmed all the bands on the main Edtwestival stage with a three camera mix- see them on Youtube.