Live Streaming Basics
I like to keep the setup simple and discreet so your online viewers and your in-person audience have the best time without tech distractions. I’ll incorporate your existing venue amenities, crew, and volunteer talent into a cost-effecttive, high impact broadcast.Streaming kit rentals, fully digital events, and post production also available.
Examples of streaming setups I use:
– TWO cameras – Live editing– 2 sound sources – Title cards – 720p production – Recorded Archive – Up to 85min live incl.
$295 / eventsee examples
Ultra Light +– 4+1 total cameras – Full graphics – Full sound Mixing – Up to 2hr live incl.
$965 / eventSee examples
Small Theatre + – Remote guests – In-venue video – Post-production-ready – Design support – Management support – Additional crew
Let’s make a dealsee examples
About AL’s streaming equipment
Here’s some of the gear you can expect
AND NOW THE MANDATORY “ABOUT ME” SECTION
Past roles and cool projects
In 2022 live streaming is currently AL’s most in-demand offer. He’s helped produce and broadcast events for clients such as the Aga Khan Foundation Canada, Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals, CAPACOA, GCTC, Toronto Fringe Primetime, Saskatchewan Association of Theatre Professionals, Blind Tiger Comedy, Wakefield Writers Fest, Ottawa Storytellers’ Children’s Storytelling Festival & Signature Series as well as individuals and small businesses across Canada.In the IMPROSPHERE, AL’s the Canadian Comedy Award winning producer and co-founder of Crush Improv. As President of Canadian Improv Games, AL helped produce training materials and develop curriculum still taught in schools across Canada today. He taught improvisation for leaders with the Telfer School of Management’s EMBA in Complex Project Leadership at uOttawa. He believes that working with folks of varied ages, backgrounds, and experiences is what maximises potential for everyone. On stage, AL’s theatre work has been seen by tens of thousands of people in Ottawa and across Canada (and about two thousand people in China). He’s best known for his work with Ottawa’s a Company of Fools, performing Shakespeare in the park and directing (actual) clowns at the Great Canadian Theatre Company. AL is an award winning designer, specializing in sound & video projection design, and show control automation. He’s the only anglophone sound designer ever nominated at Les Prix Rideau Awards with three nominations and two wins. In the office, AL has held leadership roles in some of Canada’s most beloved arts institutions, such as the Fools, Canada’s busiest theatre The Gladstone, and Canadian Improv Games, where he earned United Way Community Builder and Founders Awards.