Throughout these uncertain times, our motivation at Flux Broadcast has remained the same: let’s keep our industry moving forward by combining safety for all with the highest standards of broadcast delivery.
As production at studios and locations slowly returns to some level of normality, it is vital that we don’t lose sight of what’s most important: the wellbeing of everyone involved, from talent to clients and crew.
Choosing the right responsible broadcasting method, with a renewed focus on talent, client and crew safety, will be key to getting the next phase of reinstatement right. We’ve worked with broadcasters, brands and agencies to facilitate both linear and digital shoots throughout the crisis, always implementing the strictest guidelines and safest working practices.
These shoots have covered a broad range of content from the ONE PLUS 8 PHONE LAUNCH, to work with The BBC, to the launch of a televised version of Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo’s film review show. We’ve even had the pleasure of working with The UN to produce and stream a GLOBAL PRO EVO TOURNAMENT to help raise money for refugees.
Although challenging, these last few months have confirmed what we at Flux have long believed: that we have the experience, technology, and solutions to meet any shooting requirement.
Our variety of flexible broadcast solutions is designed to meet the needs of any project whilst keeping safety the number one priority.
We have a range of remote production methods to help brands and agencies capture content and deliver a product that’s fresh, unique and certain to drive audience engagement. These setups have a flexible approach that allows them to fit into any mould, always with a trusted and experienced crew working behind the scenes.
We also understand that strict rules and safe working practices are key to a responsible broadcast setup, so we only use methods which reduce risk and respect government guidelines when creating our incredible content.
Our Remote Broadcasting Document details the various production options available to us when working remotely and how we plan to keep crew and talent safe with an exhaustive H&S plan. Download the document HERE.
Some of the areas covered are:
- Remote Cameras
- Remote Grip
- Virtual Gallery & Encoding
- Social Distancing Studio Shoots
- Advanced H&S plans
In these uncertain times, we believe redoubling our commitment to innovation, teamwork, and safety is the best way we can help return our industry to a position of strength and keep creative content flowing.
If you have a concept you want to bring to the world, get in touch to find out how we can help. firstname.lastname@example.org.