We love covering events with multiple cameras. 

Our creative team ensure we capture the feeling of being at your talk or seminar.

We mix these cameras live including any video or PowerPoint that your speakers may have & 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 to the world

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 talk or seminar. 

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. 

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

Elite Business Live



Two day business show for hundreds of business people and talented speakers.

CEMG requested multi-camera stage coverage of the talks and Q&A's as well as live interviews in the VIP room and a full highlights video. 


4 x Cameras

2 x Camera Operators

1 x Vision Mix Kit

1 x Vision Mix Operator

1 x Director

Unreasonable Impact World Forum



Unreasonable Group invited us to work with them for the third time to live stream their 2019 Impact World Forum at the Royal Institution in London. 


5 x Cameras

3 x Camera Operators

1 x Vision mix Kit

1 x Vision mix Operator

1 x Live stream Engineer. 

1 x Director

1 x Simulcast. 

Softcat Explore: Cisco



Working with the Miramar Group Softcat wanted to live stream a relaxed Q&A session with key members of their team discussing the latest software trends with Cisco. 

Miramar approached us to provide the multi-cam solution at The Brewery in London.


4 x Cameras

4 x Camera Operator

1 x Vision Mix Kit

1 x Vision Mix Operator

Relevance at Historic Royal Palaces.



Historic Royal Palaces approached us to live stream two of their talks which formed part of the Relevance event. The first was a talk by Franklin Vagnone (Author of 'Anarchist's Guide To Historic House Museums') and this took place at the Tower of London.


The second was a talk by Maria Balshaw (Director of the Tate) and was given at Hampton Court Palace. 


2 x Cameras

1 x Camera Operator

1 x Outside Broadcast Van

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