Flux Broadcast, Unit 10 2 - 4 Ropley Street, London, E2 7SW
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.
The Belong O2 Priority Level Up Showdown offers a groundbreaking take on traditional ‘one day’ esports events. Two teams of pro-gamers, each led by a celebrity captain, go head to head across a variety of challenges in a lighthearted quest for bragging rights and glory. Flux Broadcast was on hand to capture every knockdown, knockout and elimination.
This year, the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards, were always going to be a little different.
Each year, media powerhouse Warner Bros. hold their Creative Exchange event - a conference designed to celebrate their successes, showcase their work and generally boost company morale. They choose Flux Broadcast as their partner in showcasing this massive event to a global audience.
We were asked to produce a dynamic, two day virtual party in which incredible DJs would play back to back for four hours, showcasing the sounds of Notting Hill Carnival and its celebration of black British culture.
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.
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?
Community support, positivity and awareness were the goals for Universal Music, Globe Productions and EA Sports, who approached us with a truly original concept. A two hour, live FIFA match up to support NHS staff and volunteers caring for COVID-19 patients via online donations.