In November 2009, FTP Media responded to the growing demand for online video production services by adding webcasting to the suite of services offered. Following the completion of an extensive media archival project, FTP Media was hired by Bruce Mau Design to webcast their studio launch event at BMD’s new Toronto headquarters.
Since the success of this first event, FTP Media has continued to provide webcasting services to clients in the corporate and not-for-profit sectors, delivering quality and reliability to clients seeking reasonable rates with guaranteed results.
The following is a selection of our recent work in webcasting.
Working in the role of contract Producer for Unikron Inc., Lisa Santonato produced a series of online videos for corporate clients including Aviva Canada, The Insurance Institute, and Tarion, as well as webcasts for Weber Shandwick and Strongco. The videos were produced for the Canadian market in both English and French. The role of Producer included sales, client relations and account management, as well as overseeing video development, production and post-production. Lisa worked closely with the Unikron team to achieve high results.
Lisa also worked to help establish the company’s new movie & television studio at 495 Adelaide Street West. Lisa wrote press releases announcing the company’s 10th Anniversary and Open House Studio Party and wrote the web content for the new studio site at http://torontostudio.unikron.com/. As an internal consultant, Lisa worked to establish the company’s social media profile, and in so doing launched the company’s Facebook Page and re-established the Unikron Twitter and YouTube accounts. Lisa also initiated the use of Vimeo‘s professional features for video hosting and client review and consulted on the implementation of Unikron’s video archive via Vimeo Portfolios.
The renowned author of Diet for a Small Planet, Frances Moore Lappé, captivated over a thousand people in public forums hosted by USC Canada on Jan 31 and Feb 1. FTP Media and rabble.ca webcast USC Canada’s January 31st event entitled, “The World We Want – An Evening with Frances Moore Lappé”.
View the live webcast on rabble.ca.
On November 18, 2011, FTP Media with Rabble.ca webcast the (Un)lawful Access Townhall Meeting hosted by Andrew Cash, MP for Davenport, with the following guest speakers: Ron Deibert from Citizen Lab/Canada Centre (recently named to the Order of Ontario, The University of Toronto, Steve Anderson from Openmedia.ca, and Jesse Hirsh, President, Metaviews.ca.
On November 10th, 2011, FTP Media, together with Rabble.ca provided webcast services for Inter Pares‘ event “(In)Equality Matters: Social justice and the economy”. Interpares and Canadians for Tax Fairness presented an evening of discussion on how to foster economic equality featuring: Jean Symes from Inter Pares, Armine Yalnizyan, one of Canada’s leading progressive economists, and Dr. Yao Graham, renowned African activist and coordinator of Third World Network-Africa.
On Thursday Nov. 11, internationally acclaimed author Naomi Klein, Juno award winning singer, musician Hawksley Workman, comic Martha Chaves, activist Judy Rebick and electronic group LAL took the stage in Toronto at the Great Hall, 1087 Queen St. W. to raise funds for the G20 arrestees. rabble live streamed the event making it a virtual telethon.
FTP Media volunteered time, equipment and labour in support of the G20 Fundraiser by webcasting the event for viewers from all across Canada, thus helping to increase awareness and donations to the G20 Legal Defense Fund.
Heather Reisman speaking with designer Bruce Mau and author Warren Berger on the subject of Berger’s latest book, “Glimmer: How Design Can Transform Your Life, Your Business, and Maybe Even the World.” Recorded live at Indigo Manulife in Toronto, November 9th, 2009. Event documentation, Webcast, and Promo Video Produced by Lisa Santonato at FTP Media Inc. for Chapters Indigo.
Book Launch 4:25 min (Nov 2009)
On October 19th, 2009, Bruce Mau Design hosted an evening of mischief and merrymaking in honor of opening the design studio’s new location at 469C King Street West, Toronto.
To commemorate the occasion Bruce invited fellow innovator Uffe Elbæk, founder of Denmark’s KaosPilots School of Business Design and Social Innovation, to join him in a fireside chat about design and social entrepreneurship.
The discussion was webcast live to ustream.tv and simulcast to audiences that evening at the Bruce Mau Design studio party. The event was produced by Paddy Harrington, Greg Judelman, Jim Shedden, and Eha Hess of Bruce Mau Design. This video was produced, webcast, and uploaded by Lisa Santonato at FTP Media Inc. for Bruce Mau Design.