International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) has announced the launch of its Media Studio – a dedicated permanent studio space offering broadcast recording services, live streaming and digital event solutions.
ICC Sydney’s Media Studio features green screen technology which allows for visual integration of presenters into customisable background content. The new facility and services will be delivered by the venue’s expert Audio Visual and ICT teams who have executed more than 200 broadcast and hybrid events in the last 12 months including Online Retailer Fusion 2020, MEALIVE Awards, Stand Tall 2020 and ATA Live.
ICC Sydney Director of Audio Visual Services Brian Nash said the venue is proud to expand its audio visual product suite following positive client feedback and uptake.
“We’re pleased to have hosted an enormous range of hybrid and broadcast events for clients and partners over the last 12 months throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, enabling organisations, industries and individuals to continue to connect during this time.
“We are always looking at ways to expand our products and services to meet client needs and following the success of the broadcast studios originally set up in the ballrooms, we are pleased to be able to provide our clients with a permanent media studio in response to high demand for broadcast quality recording services, even as live events return.
“Together with our dedicated team of creative, skilled professionals and best in class technology, we are here to support event organisers' vision and deliver a seamless event experience, for their audience here and anywhere in the world.”
Batyr Head of Data and Insights Josh Wiseman said he couldn’t be happier with how their event in the Media Studio turned out thanks to the support of ICC Sydney.
“We’re incredibly impressed with the level of professionalism displayed by the team at ICC Sydney when pulling together our Media Studio event. With an incredibly tight turnaround, the end result was a high-quality livestream broadcast to our audience.
“The success of the event has meant we have had representatives from the mental health sector reach out to not only congratulate us, but interested to get involved in our project. This wouldn’t be possible without ICC Sydney’s support and for that, we’re very grateful”.