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We love covering Product launches. 

Our creative team ensure we capture the feeling of being right there at your product launch or demo.

We mix these cameras live including any video or PowerPoint that you may wish to include. We can supply as many or as few cameras as you require with or without camera operators. Not sure how many cameras you may need? Have a read here.

Mixed and fed to a screen and or live streamed

Our live mixed content can then be broadcast on a screen in the venue and or live streamed as well as being recorded for instant delivery after the event. 

We can be as involved as you need in the planning and will put together a package that suits your specific event, just give us a call. 

You can see a range of general multi-camera examples here but a few of our favs can be seen below.



Optional extras:

Big screen hire 

'On demand' Multiple clip edits

Overnight highlights edit

Camera Crane

Event Photographer

Help For Heroes Live


We have previously worked with armed forces charity Help for Heroes. This time is was on their Cut The Clock Campaign designed to call time on Mental Health Stigma.​

No internet connection could be provided at the Tower of London as we were outside their boundary so bonding was essential when planning the job. 

Rituals Cosmetics

Rituals Cosmetics approached us to provide a live streaming service.

​They worked with us to set up their first UK live stream from their Covent Garden store and the format was a Product demo/Q&A session presented by Abigail James

The broadcast was sent to Facebook Live via our LiveU web encoder. ​

web casting in central London

Microsoft Meets Adobe


McCann London approached us on behalf of Microsoft UK as they wanted to livestream a masterclass series with Photographer Allan Hinton (@chaiwalla) showcasing the way their Microsoft Surface product works in harmony with Adobe's Lightroom and other Adobe software. Facebook Live had only recently been available for third party broadcast and this was the first time Microsoft Surface had used Facebook Live for live streaming in the UK. 

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