As the British Council have offices in 80 countries, getting everyone together to receive information and ask questions at the same time is challenging … that’s where we come in.
Working with The British Council on webcasting their Internal Communications, we help to enable interactivity between offices and employees resulting in improved communications.
We provide all AV production services for their events, the questions coming in live from the on line audience and the presenters being able to ask the online audience poll questions.
We also work with the internal IT team to ensure that all employees worldwide are able to view the events on the day.
MOD Streaming were asked to live stream sessions for Nestle and DE Master Blenders at the CAGE (Consumer Analyst Group Europe) Conference 2013 which was held at the London Hilton Metropole.
The clients were delighted with the quality of the broadcasts and we look forward to working with them again.
On demand version of Nestle available to view here
On demand version of DE Master Blenders available to view here
The Association of School and College Leaversheld their 2 day Annual Conference at the London Hilton Metropole and we live streamed the event and subsequently provided an on demand version with index points for their site.
During the live event, PowerPoint slides were mixed into live video feed.
On demand version available to view at www.ascl2013.org.uk
MOD Streaming streamed The Commonwealth Foundation’s Annual Lecture live from The Guildhall in London.
Ricken Patel, Co-founder and Executive Director of AVAAZ, was the keynote speaker and delivered an inspiring lecture entitled “Opportunity Through Enterprise”.
We provided all video production and webcasting services for the event including live stream to plasma screens throughout the Guildhall, design and build of player page and live mix of PowerPoint slides throughout the event and live stream over the Internet.
Another very happy client.
On demand version available to view here
MOD Streaming provided video production services to the UKTI and produced 2 x 5 minute videos for their internal communications team.
The team were delighted with the results and plan to work with MOD Streaming on a regular basis.
Media on demand host video and audio content for internal use by UKTI.
MOD Streaming provided the Association of British Orchestras with an on demand webcast of the opening afternoon of their Annual Conference.
The webcast is available to view on demand on their website.
Keith Motson, Membership and Communications Manager said, “The webcast looks fab! It is a very professional presentation and we are delighted with it. The guys on the day were brilliant. I am sure that we will want to do something like this again in the future.”
We were thrilled to have been asked to film and broadcast JK Rowling’s book launch at The Southbank Centre in October this year. Thousands watched the high quality live stream which we broadcast to The Southbank Centre’s YouTube channel. Straight after the live event, we provided a post production edit and made the high quality edited version available to news channels around the world and to the YouTube channel.
You can view the on demand version here
MOD Streaming regularly work with Haymarket on a variety of projects, the latest being webcasting support for their high profile PR Week’s first ever “Question Time style” online TV show, ‘The Message in the Media LIVE’ which was streamed live from Millbank Media Centre in London. Chaired by Lord Tim Bell, the show features a panel of leading PR experts answering questions posed by live and online audiences covering the most prominent themes in PR and the media today.
The stream is now available to watch on demand here, just click ‘Watch Now’ to gain access. Please note that you will need to login or register before you can watch it.
MOD Streaming provided AV production and streaming services for a 2 day Experts Dialogue Programme in London for a large Pharmaceutical client. Services included HD filming of the plenary sessions, synched with presenters’ PowerPoint slides, which we made available for the clients’ intranet, and high quality DVDs of these sessions for the delegates and clients’ sales reps. We also set up a green screen studio at the venue and filmed interviews with KOL’s throughout the event as well as providing a roving film crew to film Vox Pops of the delegates which we edited on-site during the event and which were shown on plasma screens during the 2 day conference.
MOD Streaming filmed plenary sessions from the 10th European Congress on Epileptology at Excel, London and provided an on demand webcast which will enable those who are interested in the content and weren’t able to attend, to view the event online at their leisure.
The high profile programme of debate, discussion and music around the Arab Spring entitled Arab Revolutions: What You Need To Know was streamed live by MOD Streaming from The Southbank Centre. As well as providing all AV production services, MOD Streaming webcast the event live to The Southbank’s YouTube channel and provided edited on demand content.
Wandsworth Registry Office delivered their 250th wedding webcast earlier this month after the installation of a third system.
Media On Demand Streaming were delighted to have been asked to live stream the Motherhood Interactive Video Conference for Save the Children on the 8th May in London. The live webcast was viewed by an online audience around the world and included live video of participants from India, the US and Nigeria including Save the Children CEO, Carolyn Miles from the US; President and Founder of the Huffington Post, Arianna Huffington; Nigerian Star, Joke Silva; Indian author, Jaishree Misra and Bollywood Star, Shabana Azmi.
Ben Hewitt, Global Operations Director for Save the Children said: "We're thrilled with the success of the Global Video Conference. It enabled us to bring together mums and supporters from different time zones, and portray the global nature of our campaign with over 70 countries tuning in to the event. It is inspiring to see the linkages between communities from different countries all working to make the world a better place for mums and children."
The webcast is now available to view on demand at http://motherhood2012.net/.
Media On Demand launched its latest version of the successful Wedcast Webcasting system at the Local Registration Services Association Conference in Birmingham this month. The demonstration system was received with strong interest from many of the delegates.
Media On Demand Streaming webcast live from World Book Night 2012's special London flagship event, which took place in the Queen Elizabeth Hall at the Southbank Centre on the 23rd April 2012. The event was hosted by Hardeep Singh Kohli, with readings from authors and celebrities and introduced by Festival of Ideas' Director Andrew Kelly.
Art centres and libraries hosting their own World Book Night celebrations, including Bristol’s Watershed and Edinburgh Central Library, showed the high quality live stream from the Southbank Centre on plasma screens to their invited audiences and feedback was fantastic!
Fiona McMorrough, CEO of FMcM, organisers of the event said “Media on Demand were extremely easy and effective to work with. From the initial conversations through to the execution of the project, the process was made simple and straight forward. Jake’s direct and efficient liaison with all parties from the venue and filming company through to the libraries and art centres ensured the whole project ran smoothly and with great results.”
After the installation of the wedcast system in January, Brent registry office deliver its' 50th wedcast.
Brent registry office install the wedcast system.
Media On Demand launched its latest version of the successful Wedcast Webcasting system at the Local Registration Services Association Conference in Liverpool this month. The demonstration system was received with strong interest from many of the 150 delegates.
October was a landmark month for Media On Demand’s commentary service when one of our clients exceeded one million unique listeners in a single month. We have seen a dramatic growth in the take-up of the service since the start of the season due in part to the increase to fifteen languages covered.
Wandsworth Registry Office delivered their 150th wedding webcast earlier this month and confirmed that a third system will be installed before year-end.
A spokesperson for the Registry Office commented “The success of the service has been beyond our expectation with the systems having paid for already.”
Health Secretary Andrew Lansley, NHS Chief Executive Sir David Nicholson and Deputy NHS Chief Executive David Flory delivered key speeches live from the NHS Chief Executives’ conference in central London.
The live webcast saw them set the priorities and operating rules for the NHS in the coming year. Andrew Lansley spoke on ‘Building the NHS of the future: the role of NHS leaders in improving quality and putting patients at the heart of the NHS’. Sir David addressed the complex challenges facing NHS leaders and emphasised the importance of keeping patients at the centre of everything the NHS does.
The webcast was broadcast using Media On Demand’s CDN to an audience in the thousands.
A webcast delivered by Media On Demand to a global audience provided recommendations on how to use digital channels to grow your business through a precise understanding of human behaviour and attitudes online.
Based on conversations with over 72,000 people in 60 countries, Digital Life’s size, scale and detail made it the most comprehensive view of consumer attitudes and behaviours online, on a global and local level.
The webcast was delivered live twice to cover key audiences in Asia in the morning and Europe/USA in the afternoon. It was viewed by an invited audience who registered for the event.
Media On Demand move into their fourth year of delivering the Coop’s results.
The first App in the world to offer independent streamed audio commentary of ALL UK Premiership Matches along with all Champions League and Europa League games involving Premiership clubs plus selected matches from La Liga and other popular leagues and competitions went live after final testing since the beginning of the Football Season.
iTalkFootball also offers push notifications for news and goals from your selected teams and a real time Live Score Service of major leagues and cup competitions worldwide.
This application adds to the very successful commentary service delivered from a number of large sports websites we have been delivering for over six seasons.
The British Council’s Leadership Meeting was broadcast live from their London headquarters to 100 hundred countries around the world using Media On Demand’s CDN.
Liaising with British Council communications and technical teams, Media On Demand ensured all the locations could view the live webcast and take part in a live Q&A session. Feedback from their Director of Communications was that the event was “a real success and gave staff all over the world a chance to engage with senior colleagues about the topics that mattered”.
Media On Demand delivered audio commentaries of all 56 matches from the Rugby World Cup live to a global audience. The work was done for a number of sports sites in Europe as well as a large sports portal in South Africa.
After the major annual 2011 event, the creation of the BSGtv site has been completed and will enable users to view all of the historic content, byrelevant categories or using the key word search funtion. With test certifications available on a number of presentations, this site will be used as a learning tool as well as a reference area. The site is continually growing as new events take place.
For a third year Media On Demand have webcast the Coop's Annual General Meeting which features video footage of the event accompanied with slides and the opportunity to for members to ask a question directly to the Coop.
Haymarket Medical required one of our teams to fly over to Lisbon, Portugal to film Cancer Tales directed by Trevor Walker. Cancer Tales is a high profile and hard hitting look at how cancer affects people's lives. The show was webcast to a medical based audience and recorded to DVD for future educational purposes.
Weddings are taking off on the web and Wandsworth are leading the registery offices into a new opportunity in having Wedcast technology installed into a second room within the Council. The service is expanding beyond their expectations with high take up rates for happy couples wanting to have their wedding broadcast live to friends and family who are unable to make the event. With the additional feature of having the oppotunity to download the wedding onto an iPhone or Android, it won't be long till all weddings are broadcast in this way.
Haymarket are taking the lead with the next generation of webcasting. With this comes additional features that enable both Haymarket and presenters to head live webcasts with limited interaction from Media On Demand. Those features include the capabilities to offer live Q&A, real time live polls and live presentations.
With the Barcelona Casino as the setting, Media on Demand filmed and broadcast live over the Party Poker website the World Poker Tournament. The 6 hour tournament was a great success with the winner taking home over 200,000 Euros. With technology tailored to the tournament including a flop camera and on screen card animations, the audience was able to be part of the game streamed at broadcast quality.
As you'd imagine after a busy 2010 there's plenty of footage and photos. The Media On Demand show reel hopefully gives you a flavour of our work - from football to finance, fast cars to pharma and everything in-between. Watch video »
Alemba are a fast growing IT software training support organisation who asked Media On Demand to film, creatively edit and host an on demand webcast that would be used in a company newsletter and also as a main feature on their new re-vamped website. We also provided a demo for a new product that Alemba have developed using live screen capture. Alemba moved next door to Media on Demand some months ago in Haslemere.
'Realtennis.tv is a new venture designed to show our sport of Real Tennis to a wider audience via online broadcasting. We are so glad that we were introduced to Media on Demand. They set up our website and viewer and provided the kit and a really amazing crew for our initial broadcast from the tennis court at Lord's cricket ground at the end of October. The reaction from our sport has been hugely encouraging and we look forward to working with them on a full list of events and matches over the coming season and beyond.'Paul Brown
Companies keep asking if our technology can help them meet the challenge of delivering cost effective, “just in time” training. Success in this area is mission critical to them in maintaining competitive advantage. You can overcome cost, resource and time barriers for the effective delivery of training by webcasting your standard suite of courses. Fully integrated test certification ensures that key learning objectives are met. And because the course materials are available 24/7, students can study in their own time, at their own pace and revise previous courses which enhance the overall effectiveness of the training you provide. Tell me more »
Media On Demand's Mobile Media Player lets you view live or on-demand streaming of audio or video to any mobile device.
Mobile Media can be configured either as a free service or a subscription model, and can include an integrated mobile payment service delivered with the player. Our server platform takes rich media content and seamlessly delivers it to any mobile device on all popular platforms including Android, Blackberry, Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and other 3GPP platforms. Send me more info »
One of the team’s favourite webcasts each year is working with the Simón Bolivar Venezuelan Youth Orchestra on their visits to the Festival Hall in London. The talent and passion of these musicians is clear to all. But not only that, their musical reputation commands that we live stream their concerts in high definition to other concert venues around the world including to Caracas and New York.
We’ve been working with Times Higher Education to deliver the launch video for the recent publication of the World University Rankings. With the higher education industry now worth $2.2 trillion globally, the Times Higher Education rankings are a subjective assessment of global university performance.
Times Higher Education magazine has published the most comprehensive study of global university performance ever undertaken and the Media On Demand team supported them by providing scripting, filming, editing, and animation. Watch the video »
What an amazing four days – quite literally all the stars and the cars. Media On Demand streamed the live action from the stage at Dunlop stable yard for this years’ Goodwood Festival of Speed. We had viewers logging into the stream from over 180 countries, and for the first time this year viewers could ask the drivers and celebrities questions via the insideracinglive site.
Media On Demand were joined by the Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport along with clients and supporters of the company to share our 10 year anniversary. Jeremy revealed his plans for bringing superfast broadband to the UK by 2015 - a welcome improvement which will support flawless high definition streaming and brings the UK in line with other European countries that already benefit from fast internet speeds.
An exciting and thought provoking lecture by Dr. James Martin, “The Guru of the Information Age”, was webcast live over the Internet by Media on Demand. The lecture was held in the famous Faraday Lecture Theatre of the Royal Institution of Great Britain and broadcast live to a global audience. Dr. Martin’s lecture entitled “Science and Technology: Impacts on Society in the 21st Century” was followed by questions both from the live audience and those watching on-line, indeed everyone was so transfixed that the event ran over by nearly an hour!
You can view the on-demand version of the webcast here
The virtual conference market is seen to explode in the coming year. A report last month by Market Research Media said the marketplace will grow to $18.6bn over the next five years and Media on Demand is actively participating in this growth with a new range of features being added to their webcasting and streaming solution.
With organisations looking at ways to seriously cut travel costs and hotel expenses in the wake of recession and the recent volcanic activity as well as to better utilise employees working practices; webcasting is proving a real winner.
Media On Demand is currently working with “early adopters” in this emerging market however there is a significant increase within companies and institutions looking at webcasting and virtual conferencing as the way forward as a standard business practice.
Jeremy Chapman the golf pundit has a new spot on the Ladbrokes Sportsbook website where he reviews the latest from the World of Golf. The service was launched at the end of March with the start of this season’s major from Augusta.
Media On Demand developed the application and is hosting all streaming and podcast content.
Media On demand webcast the latest in a series of lectures for a major Pharmaceutical. The subject of the latest lecture was on Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) . The lecture will also be produced as a DVD.
Media On Demand streamed a lecture given by Marc Rosenberg on "Credibility" for the Judiciary. Mark Rosenberg is a Justice of the Court of Appeal in Ontario, Canada. The lecture will also be produced as a DVD.
Media On Demand webcast high profile "Child Protection on the Internet" conference from the Queen Elizabeth II Centre which was attended by the Gordon Brown the Prime Minister and Ed Balls the Schools Secretary.
Higgins was defeated by Ding in the UK Snooker Final that ended this weekend.
Media On Demand streamed the qualifying rounds for one of the major sponsors. The video was delivered from Media On Demand's new CDN to the client's "in-play" website.
This discussion on how best to teach early years and primary pupils about personal finance was hosted by the TES and supported by pfeg (Personal Finance Education Group) and HSBC.
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Following on from the enormous success of the football commentary service we have today launched a horseracing and greyhounds service within our In-Play Commentary Service. The service which takes in all horseracing in the UK on two channels with a separate channel specifically for Irish Horseracing.A fully configurable and customisable Content Delivery Network manages the service allowing for automatically entering previews and post event summaries as well as delivering live and on-demand statistics and analytics through secure web access.
Media On Demand broadcast the third in a series of live, interactive webcasts for a major international Pharmaceutical on the 21st September from Savoy Place in London. The events are webcast to a number of satellite sites around the UK where the broadcast is delivered on plasma screens, as well as to doctors viewing from home and in their offices. The format of the events allows for questions from the online audience to be asked and answered live during the event.
Media On Demand streamed a live flash webcast from the recently refurbished Royal Institution of Great Britain Headquarters in London. The controversial debate, “Science Reporting – Is it good for you?” was an open discussion on the state of science reporting in Britain and was lead by Minister Lord Drayson and Dr Ben Goldacre (author of Bad Science). The joint Times Higher Education and Royal Institution event was viewed live by many thousands with the on-demand version also proving extremely popular.
Media On Demand departed from its normal business to webcast a wedding ceremony from the beautiful surroundings of Hedsor House in Taplow, Buckinghamshire. The wedding was held in the grounds where it was also webcast to family members back in the USA who were unable to make the journey. The stream was delivered in High Definition.
'Please accept my sincerest thanks to you and your staff for bringing this important day to me in such fine fashion!' from the Groom's Father
The start of the new football season saw us sign up five new sports sites for our custom In-Play Commentary Service. In addition to providing off-tube commentaries on all English Premier League matches in English, Italian and Spanish we also deliver all matches where home sides are involved in the Champions League and UEFA Cup competitions. Internationals and other world class games and competitions are also covered.
In total we are now delivering over 400 commentaries per month during the football season. A fully configurable and customisable Content Delivery Network manages the service allowing for automatically entering previews and post event summaries as well as delivering live and on-demand statistics and analytics.
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Thinking that August would be a good month to make our move proved somewhat unfounded as it turned out to be one of our busiest months in the companies history.. The move gives a brand new contemporary custom office facility with sound proofed conference room, edit suites and recording studio. We chose to stay in Haslemere because of its easy access by train to central London and its close proximity to the major road networks in the South-East (A3, M25, M4 and M40 and M27)
Coverage of all five test matches in the Ashes Series and the seven one day matches will be delivered live to a number of sports sites. This premiere service has generated tremendous initial interest from a global audience and we are planning to add this service to our other sports by covering all of England's matches going forward as well as other high profile cricketing events.
Media on Demand have joined the highly popular social networks, Twitter, Facebook and Myspace each of which have taken the world by storm. With the aim of interacting with world wide audiences on these networks Media on Demand will hope to keep our already growing audience up to date with current projects as well as new products or services.
You can find frequent Media on Demand tweets, join the dedicated Facebook group or search out our services on Myspace and keep up to date with any activities that Media on Demand are involved in.
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Media On Demand launched their Docu-turn E-Book Publishing Platform and concurrently announce first orders for a solution that enables content providers to combine static content with interactive features such as video clips, animated adverts, polls and surveys all combined within an automatic full text search facility. Docu-turn combines the interactive qualities of the Internet with the browsing capabilities of a book or magazine.
For Docu-turn demo's see: Goodwood Festival of speedHorrid Henry
The Goodwood Festival of Speed is claimed to be the world’s biggest and most diverse celebration of the history of motor sport and car culture. It is the only occasion where you will see the greatest competition cars and star drivers from all eras in action: everything from 19th century steam carriages to current Formula One; fabulous racing motorcycles; classic rally cars to 3000bhp dragsters.
Media on Demand webcast the event live from Dunlop's replica set of the Le Mans track with its iconic Dunlop Bridge. This setting combined historic and current race and road cars and featured live interviews with a wide array of drivers from both the past including motor sport legends like Moss, Surtees, Fittipaldi and Andretti rubbing shoulders with today's hottest properties such as Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso.
Watch on-demand interviews of the drivers here
Throughout May and June, Media On Demand are webcasting six regional and the national AGMs for The Cooperative Group live over the Internet to Coopertive members - from Kettering , Croydon Cardiff , Edinburgh Leeds , Devon and the national in Manchester - these events enable the Coop members who are unable to attend the events, to participate by viewing all presentations with synchronised slides, download documents relating to the event and e-mail in their questions which are answered live and broadcast during the webcast. All events are available for on-demand viewing afterwards.
Media On Demand broadcast the second in a series of live, interactive webcasts for Flynn Pharma on the 14th May from The Belfry in Birmingham. These events are webcast to a number of satellite sites around the UK where the broadcast is shown on plasma screens, as well as to doctors viewing from home and in their offices.
The council’s planning committee debated the KIG application on May 7 at the Maidstone TV Studios, The meeting was broadcast live by Media On Demand on Maidstone Borough Council's website and was made available immediately afterwards for on-demand viewing. A thousand people attended in person to hear the debate which was also covered by the National and local Press and by KentTV:
MOD streamed Britannia's AGM live in high definition from the NEC into 53 Britannia branches around the UK on the 29th April 2009. The largest event ever held by Britannia, it was a historic day for the organisation with members voting on a merger with The Cooperative. The webcast was made available on demand for the general public and made available in multiple formats.
Media On Demand delivers The Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela Concert from The Royal Festival Hall to World Wide Audience.
One of the world's most exciting orchestras visited the Southbank Centre for the week of 14th April. The final concert on the Saturday evening was webcast live in high definition directly to large screens Caracas, Venezuela as well as to the Sage Centre in Gateshead. In addition the webcast was watched by an invited audience from around the world. It was an uplifting and inspiring experience and enjoyed by a full house at the Festival Hall as well as many thousands watching over the Internet.
Watch it here
The Yorkshire squad arrived in the UAE at the weekend as their preparations for the 2009 season get into full swing. You can keep up-to-date with events on the Official Club website www.yorkshireccc.com as they introduce a live flash streaming facility delivered by Media On Demand.
Yorkshire's PR & Communications Manager, James Buttler, said: 'I'm really looking forward to the trip and sharing the commentary duties with Mike Rossiter. We'll do our best to make the coverage from the UAE as entertaining as possible and really hope Yorkshire's members and supporters will play their part to the full by interacting via email. This live website facility is a new and exciting initiative and part of a number of new communication features planned for the 2009 season.'
Earlier in the year Media On Demand installed an automated webcam solution to display and record the renovation and building of the New Carnegie Stand.
Media On Demand working with Cadogan Hall has produced a Flash application for the delivery of all of the Royal Symphony Orchestra concerts. The application has been seamlessly integrated into the Cadogan Hall site using the existing payment system.
Media on Demand has been working with Law South for six months supporting the development of the first in a series of on-line training courses. The service went live on the 14th January 2009. The format is a series of one hour training videos followed by a live on-line question and answer session with the presenter. The training offers accreditations towards personal development (CPD).
The first phase will be used for capturing the demolition and reconstruction of the Carnegie Pavilion and the second is a portable webcasting system to be used for broadcasting commentaries and interviews from YCCC’s website. It will have its first outing when YCCC travel to Dubai in February 2009 to deliver commentaries of the matches for a local radio station as well as on the YCCC website.
The forum for professional engineers and scientists was held at The NEC from 28-30 October with all of the keynote speeches and many of the breakout sessions from five additional seminar theatres webcast live and then made available on-demand. In addition a daily video diary showing video highlights of the conference was posted using Media On Demand’s new product, Yourstream.TV.
The Doha Debates are a monthly forum for free speech in Qatar and the Middle East, tackling the most controversial issues in the Arab and Islamic worlds. Media On Demand has been delivering the webcast and podcast service for three years and has just signed an extension of the contract.
The Inquest into the death of Jean Charles de Menezes website will be hosted on Media On Demand’s secure Content Delivery Network. Media on Demand were chosen because of their experience in handling this type of highly sensitive content. Earlier in the year Media On Demand hosted all of the video evidence for the Diana Inquest.
The contract is to deliver UK Premiership, La liga, Serie A and Champions League matches in English, Spanish and Italian. The games will be delivered using Media On Demand’s Flash Streaming Service and is integrated into the bookmaker’s in-play application. We will be delivering in excess of 300 games a month during the season.