On Friday 20 February from 9.30am—5.30pm at West Highland College in Fort William, creative content company Inner Ear’s Director Dougal Perman and Music Supervisor and Producer Amanda Mitchell will be taking audiences through all aspects of producing a live streamed event and the many intricacies of the subject matter.
The workshop will draw on the company’s years of expertise in this field, having produced live video streams for events such as Sound To Sea, the elaborate evening of live music, fireworks, aerial dance, live visuals and more all on the historic waters of the River Clyde.
Inner Ear have also produced live streams for the Scottish Album of the Year Award (SAY Award) each year since it’s inception in 2012, broadcasting live from the iconic Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow to an audiences in their thousands. Glenfiddich Piping Championships and the World Pipe Band Championships have also been live streamed in recent years by the Inner Ear team, with events being filmed and broadcast from Blair Atholl Castle in The Highlands to the well-known lawns of Glasgow Green. In other recent streaming work, we overcame the challenge to broadcast from a moving Routemaster bus around central London for the UK launch of Microsoft Office 365, brought a British Sign Language Interpreter into a live stream we produced for Edinburgh Fringe to increase accessibility, and facilitated a fans and players live discussion for the Scottish Football Association.
It’s not just large scale events with big audiences and global reach that Inner Ear stream live, we have broadcast many of our own discussion shows and live music events, and work with all types of events with vastly varying production values and audience expectations.
This in-depth, hands-on knowledge of live streaming and production will be imparted throughout the day of informative and interactive workshop learning. Covering all sides of the production, from end-to-end process, associated online platforms, sharing and engagement techniques to all the technical know-how you might require, this day will answer all your streaming questions and queries.
Apply now to attend this workshop. Places are limited so tickets will be offered on a first come, first served basis to people from within the Honeycomb catchment area (Skye, Lochaber, Lochalsh. Argyll & Bute). We look forward to seeing you there!
To find out what other similar workshops and training Inner Ear can offer you or your organisation, get in touch to discuss potential.