Last week saw Barrass TV Crews help make a bit of cricket history as we were the main production company tasked with covering the Yorkshire v Surrey county championship game live from Scarborough. It was the first time a county championship game had been streamed live whilst being filmed with four HD cameras as opposed to the normal 2 fixed unmanned cameras. It was also the first time since the ashes series in 2005 that English cricket was available to watch free to air.
The project received very positive coverage in the national media including articles in the Guardian and Times newspapers. Numbers wise, we had 50,000 viewers over the four days, streamed nearly 21,000 hours collectively and 1,251,480 minutes. On average, people seemed to spend just over 15 minutes watching at any one time.
Our small affordable multi camera HD production facilities are perfect for many different events from sporting fixtures to awards dinners, music festivals and gigs to conferences and trade shows.
Fully live mixed on site with corporate graphics and slo mo replays with the options to stream live to your company website or via platforms such as Youtube or Facebook Live whilst being simultaneously shown on big screens at the event.