During the recent postponements and cancellations of major live events across the world, we wanted to offer some advice for remote production and content creation during this period.
With many of us now restricted to working remotely from home, we know digital teams are looking for remote solutions to continue engaging with digital audiences.
Here, we offer five ways to deliver content using remote production techniques:
Maximizing your archive
If you don't have access to live content, you can publish historic clips and social videos to your digital channels. Archived assets can be reformatted in square and vertical, ensuring optimal delivery across multiple platforms.
Producing live shows remotely
With limited access to studios and talent, Grabyo has the ability to create live shows remotely. With collaborative features, teams can switch between live feeds, VOD assets, add graphics and include audience participation from social platforms.
Creating 'as live' broadcasts
You can replay historic content out as live on your channels. Using archive footage, you can still create an interactive live experience for fans watching along.
Collaborating with remote talent
If you are producing a live show remotely, you can use Producer Guest to bring in commentators, influencers or guests off-site. Using a single link, guests can appear on a live broadcast from anywhere in the world.
Delivering live 'visual radio' broadcasts
You can also produce live radio broadcasts and visual podcasts from anywhere in the world with a remote guest using Grabyo Producer. Radio broadcasts delivered through Grabyo can also include interactive and engaging features, such as live polls, visual data displays and real-time audience interaction.
Our platform is entirely cloud-native and can be accessed securely and reliably from any remote location with an internet connection, ensuring all members of your team have access to content and assets regardless of location. Video content can be accessed and edited collaboratively by team members without the need for specific user licenses or software.
Please do get in touch by completing the form below if you'd like to discuss any of these ideas or would like any support with remote production.