Two top #awards ceremonies for the #streamteam this week! First its @MortgageStrat on the 29th followed by @ExhibitionNews on the 30th 🎥🥂

Square vs. Landscape Video: Here’s How They Compare On Social Media https://t.co/pHI8qSMZ0c via @buffer #videomarketing #socialvideo

If 60+ social clips across 3 days wasn't enough, we also made these #videohighlights for @Ecobuild_Now #Ecobuild 🎥… https://t.co/sMWoWDyk7d

Thanks for an amazing week @IFEexhibition & @Pro2Pac at @ExCeLLondon @AnnalieseDayes #ife17 #eventTV https://t.co/aASo6pfqw4

What is @camillalong's Newspaper of the Year at @PressAwardsuk ?@JohnStapletonTV @socofeduk #PressAwards https://t.co/UxLDXd6lyD

Showing archive for 2011

New flavour for live events

21-09-2011

The language might not have been as spicy as Gordon Ramsay's, but the food certainly was.

Silverstream TV turned Plymouth's famous food festival into a live TV event, streaming continuous content to a big screen and over the internet.

"Worth every penny it helped us get the festival out to a global audience." says organiser Dave Styles of Castle Kitchens.

"A very professional, hard working and friendly crew - you must hire them, you won't be disappointed!”


Miss England 2011

21-09-2011

Silverstream TV brought the Miss England and Mr England contest back to our screens for the first time in more than 20 years.

Broadcast live to the internet from the Hilton NEC and also tweeted live using Silverstream's system, Video at the Speed of Twitter.

Angie Beasley the event organiser says "It's very rewarding to see the Miss England competition move forward with 21st century media and a new generation of viewers and contestants.

"We are proud to work with Silverstream TV and hope our relationship continues". We were literally overwhelmed by the online response. Regrettable some viewers missed out as the Miss England website was overloaded. We'll know better for next year!


Press Awards 2011

21-09-2011

Silverstream TV's new system - Video at the Speed of Twitter – was put though its paces at the Press Awards, live from the Savoy in London. As well as being streamed live on the Guardian Media website, the results were tweeted live.

"We are grateful to Silverstream TV for a thoroughly competent job," says Bob Satchwell, executive editor of the Society of Editors. "Their content enhanced our website and later came in useful when broadcasters wanted news footage of the awards."

http://www.pressawards.org.uk/