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A live production means an event that is being filmed and broadcast in real-time. For Dove House Hospice’s Strictly Learn to Dance, it is used to project the dancers on screen so that audiences can see them at all times during the event. The benefit of this is that you are enhancing the audience’s experience, yes it is best to see the dancers in person, but for those who are sitting far away from the action, it allows them a rare opportunity to see closer up details that they might otherwise miss being further away from the stage.

Enhancing Audience Experience with Live Video Production

Other examples of live production include music concerts and live TV broadcasting. The only difference being that they are broadcast to a much wider audience. The option to broadcast your event online or on TV is a great way to grow and promote your event to a mass audience. Virtual inclusion is a great way of catering to audiences who were unable to attend the event in person. Allowing people the opportunity to watch from home will encourage more people to engage and interact with the event, and with the uncertainty of COVID it is a fantastic solution for those still unsure about attending events in person.

On the project with Dove House Hospice, we worked alongside local business HPSS, who provided the stage, sound and lighting services for the event. With over 30 years of experience, they are our go-to for all things sound, stage and lighting. Their service provides audiences with a more immersive experience that is unrivalled in the region. If you’re interested in using us for your next event and need a quote then please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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