MediaOne Studios has been a buzz today since 7am getting ready for Deloitte’s live-streamed event on YouTube to discuss business ecosystems. Deloitte has been in the studio the past three days setting up and rehearsing, making sure every detail would be perfect and ready for the broadcast. We had a wonderful set constructed by Acme
Salesforce shooting at MediaOne. Written by MediaOne’s Manager of Studios, “JimmyG” Giliberti. We love having Salesforce in studio because they consistently present us with opportunities to show our flexibility in interweaving proven broadcast standards and new technologies into our productions. Originating from MediaOne’s Studio 3, we accommodate 4 or 5 executives on set, capture the
“Hey San Fran your other guest is running late,” …the Director says over the Production line. ‘Great news’ I think dryly to myself as I mic up another live shot guest – a tech Reporter for the Wall Street Journal. “Copy that,” I report back on the line. One live remote interview begins. Guest#1’s colleague
CHVRCHES performance at Google was one of our favorite shoots. And full of challenges. Most shoots at Google have some challenge to them, usually because of the rooms these events take place in. The room we were assigned this time was long and skinny. The “audience” of about 8 rows deep and 60 rows wide face
Benefit and Birchbox go Google Hangout We’ve worked with Benefit Cosmetics before. Who would not want to work with a company whose tagline is “laughter is the best cosmetic.” Sure they take the job seriously, but getting there is never a chore. Our first outing with Benefit was on Valentines Day. A real-time marketing push
Let’s Play Hardball! Taking care of Chris Matthews. When Chris and Tina, his Producer, arrive, we give them office space (usually a conference room) phones, a television, a printer and we let them be.About 3 or 4 times a year, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews takes “Hardball” on the road. To San Francisco and to MediaOne. In
[youtube_video] YIjBV2Ve9Io [/youtube_video] It started out as a pretty nice day. The good news, the control room was in a lovely building. The bad news, the camera locations were hundreds of feet away, all the way out on San Francisco’s Pier 14. And a hella storm was on it’s way. Pier 14 was chosen because
[youtube_video] r1lVVcvXYOA [/youtube_video] Last week, Seth Rogen, Craig Robinson and Evan Goldberg came to YouTube to talk about “This Is The End“. MediaOne streamed it live from the NSFW room at YouTube and also produced this video.