This fall, we've helped produce virtual, hybrid, and live events for amazing clients and partners in our region and across the country. Based on our Spring 2022 bookings so far, we anticipate events will remain a mix of in-person and virtual formats. We continue to expand and enhance our gear and expertise to ensure the highest-quality productions and options for our clients. Read below for examples, tips, and ideas from behind-the-scenes. And contact us anytime for help achieving your event and video production goals.
Shown above: Portland State University Center for Real Estate's 16th Annual Real Estate Conference, presented in hybrid format. (Production Partner: Raise Agent)
Create Visual Impact with Green Screens and LED Video Walls
Want to create a big visual impact – even on a small computer screen? LED video walls can provide a dramatic background while a green screen can transport your virtual host to any locale. We've recently added both to our studios and have great examples from recent events to inspire your creativity.
Understanding Tech Needs for Virtual and Hybrid Events
Hosting a virtual or hybrid event can be like packing for a trip—you need to make sure you have everything in your suitcase before you get going. We’ve compiled technology packing lists for your next event and our partner Network for Good created an amazing, easy-to-understand graphic to explain the tech differences among an entirely virtual event, an in-studio event, and a hybrid event. Choose your event format, click your ticket, and start your trip.
Video captions, also known as same-language subtitles, provide a benefit to viewers with hearing loss as well as those who are watching in a setting with ambient noise or in a location where they need to keep the video silent. Multi-language captioning increases accessibility for people watching in their non-native language. If you are interested in adding live captioning to your virtual events and conferences, you have a number of options to consider.
Shown above: Special Olympics Oregon Breakfast with Champions 2021 livestream virtual event. (Production partner: Raise Agent)
Spotlight: Boys and Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington
"Coming to Club makes me feel safe, wanted, and makes a great place for people to fit in." — Abdullah, Member BGCSW
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington programs, staff, and members inspire and empower young people to realize their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens. The Clubs' Outreach Program includes one-on-one mentorship and group support through Prevention and Intervention programs and the H.O.P.E Team helps youth give back to the community through service projects, including community dinners and adopting neighborhood parks.