A blended solution using the technology we have developed for remote recordings and virtual events has become the virtual livestream show. This technology has been used by Netflix to showcase live broadcast shows that are 30 min to 1 hour in length and included graphics and audience participation.
Netflix partnered with Black Girls Code to host a live interactive panel discussion with the producers and directors of the movie. We helped Netflix create the virtual livestream experience for both the talent and the viewers.
Producers worked with the host to effectively navigate between the talent and students from Black Girls Code as they asked questions relating to STEM and filmmaking.
Sunol Group Media produced a 100% remote livestreamed pitch competition. Different parts of the livestream included; a live host, remote recorded playback, live voting, Q&A between contestants and judges, fireside chats and the live announcement of both the audience favorite and the overall winner.
The livestream was sent to Youtube, TechCrunch and internally on Visa TV. The show took the place of the VEI 2020 live event that had to be postponed because of the pandemic.
Sunol Group Media consulted with VISA to make a custom virtual experience where viewers and contestants could still experience the excitement of the annual Visa Everywhere Initiative event.
Sunol Group Media consulted and help develop the livestream plan and implemented the production support for this show.
Bookmarks - Celebrating Black Voices was a live broadcast produced by Netflix that discussed race, identity and social justice in children's literature.
Sunol Group Media helped set up the shots for the onscreen talent, hosted the livestream and recorded isolated feeds for backup.