What we do
Your message requires video. It needs to look great! But perhaps you're struggling with precisely how to go about achieving that? That's where StreamFox step in.
We work with you to define your audience, and refine your message, before devising a strategy to ensure you achieve your communications targets. Then we deliver broadcast-quality, visually-engaging content that your organisation will be proud to showcase.
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- Awards Show
- Brand and Identity
- Client outreach
- Content Strategy
- Live Music
- Not for profit
- Video Production
The Wheel – Community Impact Awards 2020
Awards Show, Charity, Livestreams, Not for profit, Video Production
Culture Night 2020
Live Music, Livestreams, Video Production
Jack and Jill Foundation – Incognito 2021
Brand and Identity, Charity, Client outreach, Content Strategy, Not for profit, Video Production
How we work
At StreamFox we are not fans of unnecessary complications. We break everything down into four basic measurable steps. PLAN. SHOOT. EDIT. DELIVER.
What can we help you with?
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One thing we find trips clients quite often when they’ve invested in video content for their brand is how to make it accessible to most people. A lot of work has gone into putting the best possible representation of who they are and what they do forward, and there’s one small hurdle that plenty come-a-cropper on Captioning. Here’s a perfectly acceptable still from a piece of video that tells us there’s a man talking to us, and a lower third that lets us know that his name is Eoin McCambridge, from McCambridge’s of Galway. But not all shots are going...
Over the past number of years, many organisations have been forced to rethink their video marketing strategies. The pandemic rendered standard / traditional production methods impractical due to health and practical restrictions like social distancing. Live-streams quickly emerged as a viable alternative, and a solution that allowed for some semblance of normality. This level of viability quickly gained traction for certain types of event; panel discussions, live music and hybrid, reduced-audience events amongst them. But for other types of event, live-streaming poses significant risks. Even where technical hitches like broadband outages are surmounted, sometimes John from HR needs a second...