There has been a lot of scrambling to adapt to changes in work environments and business communication. People have been forced to do a massive crash course in video capture platforms like Zoom and Webex.

From this, the need for a new skill has developed: getting your business leaders in front of hundreds or thousands of employees.

Webcasts and virtual town halls are the best way to do that.
It’s okay if you’ve never webcast an event before. Lime Crane understands streaming video. We have the skill set and the technology in place to help you get your message out.

We've put together a complimentary guide to explain the process, suggest best practices, and help you stay in touch with your people.
Remote Video Production... Virtually!

You can create amazing videos to share, even with your team working from home. We use remote recording technology to capture interviews with excellent lighting, sound, and even a remote teleprompter. All your talent needs is a laptop with a web browser.

In this recent safety video, we mixed previously recorded on-site footage with remotely captured video with talent safe at home. Click to see:
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Lime Crane - Your Virtual Town Hall Experts

Q4 is almost here: Start now to have your end-of-year and holiday messaging planned, proofed and on our calendar in time for your event.

If you have any questions about virtual business communications, we're happy to help you navigate the possibilities.