Flux Broadcast, Unit 10 & 11
2 - 4 Ropley Street, London, E2 7SW
During Euro 2020, TikTok wanted a unique twist on the traditional half time show so they came to Flux Broadcast to make it happen.
The Natural History Museum has been the spectacular backdrop to some of our most memorable broadcasts. In April 2021 Flux Broadcast setup once more in Hintze Hall beneath the huge skeleton of Hope the whale to stream a truly unique live performance.
When Very.co.uk and Hogarth creative agency approached Flux Broadcast to film a TV advert featuring families and celebrities singing along to Our House by Madness, they must have known it would be ‘one step beyond’ other broadcasters.
Red Bull approached Flux Broadcast to be its complete production partner to produce, host and deliver Home Ground - its brand new esports competition.
You’ve heard of the A-Team? Well, as part of its new partnership with Twitch, ASOS assembled the a-SQUAD, a crack team of three gaming influencers tasked with fronting a Christmas ad campaign. A bit like the 80s TV show, just with fewer explosions and a more attractive cast…
This year, the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards, were always going to be a little different.
To mark its transition to audiobook for the very first time, Flux Broadcast brought together a unique blend of gaming, streaming and comic book fandom in one not-to-be-missed live launch event.
Flux Broadcast has teamed up with Universal Music many times over the years, live streaming some of the biggest bands from top secret locations. The results are always spectacular and usually, very loud.
With the excitement and intensity of in-person gigs still some way off, Flux Broadcast has teamed up with Twitch, Amazon Music and esports entertainment company Blast to bring a little bit of that live music magic into people’s homes.
How do you take an award winning podcast and radio show and turn it into high end, high impact TV, while its two hosts reside in lockdown over 100 miles apart?