The Show Must Go-Online

InPlayer and Wild Edric Media

Opening up New Revenue Streams with Digital Scenes

The worldwide lock-down is hitting both the creative arts sector and events industries hard,  keeping audiences away from live events. Amid isolation strategies, events and cultural organisations are developing new ways to connect and engage with audiences online, creating potential new revenue streams to ensure business continuity.

Organisations globally are opening their virtual doors: New York’s Metropolitan Opera streaming performances; the Creative Distance Festival streaming filmed and live events;  the Las Vegas’ NAB Show  mixing live-streamed appointment viewing with pre-produced videos, slotted into a TV-like schedule and with on-demand content.  New York’s Broadway, London’s West End, digital conferences and regional theatres have emerged online to address this unprecedented crisis. In order to continue sharing their artistic content with the public in a safe and responsible manner as well as developing new revenue streams, the strategy of live streaming and monetisation of concerts, conferences and performances online now is very much on the table.

Online video streaming and monetisation tools have opened up a lifeline to empty stages across the globe, allowing conferences or arts institutions to stay viable during these uncertain times, whilst mapping a way to the future for generating revenue in a new way for many of them

InPlayer and Wild Edric Media make it easy and possible

InPlayer is happy to announce its newest partnership with Wild Edric Media, a UK-based company specialising  in video production, live event filming and streaming.

From major conferences, music concerts, films for corporate companies – including promotional adverts and training videos –  to trailer films for theatres, documentaries and music videos, Wild Edric Media’s background in theatre has seen the team become specialists in live-streaming and multi-camera recording for many large scale theatrical  and live event productions. 

With InPlayer and Wild Edric Media, producers can leverage the combination of live streaming and digital engagement, open up their live theatres to new audiences globally, build a real community around live events and generate valuable revenue with premium viewing experience.  At a time when it can be difficult to fill venues, it represents a new way of helping the creative arts sector to generate  new additional revenue streams 

By partnering with InPlayer, Wild Edric Media is unlocking the full potential and benefits of offering entertainment easily and directly to audiences, and enable theatre production companies, venues and conference companies to generate revenue with securepay-per-view and subscription monetisation models. 

“We’ve been filming and live-streaming live events for over 5 years now, in particular theatre productions and conferences, and have always believed that the next big opportunity for this end of the market is individual Pay Per View and Subscription.  We’ve seen major successes for streaming to a cinema or venue in the UK with the National Theatre and the RSC, but there is definitely an appetite for performing arts content to be streamed to people who can’t or don’t want to physically visit a venue. And now our partnership with InPlayer means that we can offer a way for the creative sector and events such as conferences to not only reach a remote audience using our streaming service but more importantly to access a new revenue stream for such value content securely using the InPlayer technology embedded within our solution. We’re delighted to be awarded Reseller Partner status with InPlayer and look forward to developing this market opportunity with them. “, says Carl Walker, Managing Director at Wild Edric Media https://www.wildedricmedia.com/

“We are very excited to partner with Wild Edric Media to engage with remote attendees and provide value to a new generation of digital spectators. Together, our technologies and expertises are set to easily create a global and digital scene for events and art companies, looking to start or mature a digital transformation, boost their reach and revenue from their premium content.”, says George Meek, CEO at InPlayer.

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The Show Must Go-Online

InPlayer and Wild Edric Media

Opening up New Revenue Streams with Digital Scenes

The worldwide lock-down is hitting both the creative arts sector and events industries hard,  keeping audiences away from live events. Amid isolation strategies, events and cultural organisations are developing new ways to connect and engage with audiences online, creating potential new revenue streams to ensure business continuity.

Organisations globally are opening their virtual doors: New York’s Metropolitan Opera streaming performances; the Creative Distance Festival streaming filmed and live events;  the Las Vegas’ NAB Show  mixing live-streamed appointment viewing with pre-produced videos, slotted into a TV-like schedule and with on-demand content.  New York’s Broadway, London’s West End, digital conferences and regional theatres have emerged online to address this unprecedented crisis. In order to continue sharing their artistic content with the public in a safe and responsible manner as well as developing new revenue streams, the strategy of live streaming and monetisation of concerts, conferences and performances online now is very much on the table.

Online video streaming and monetisation tools have opened up a lifeline to empty stages across the globe, allowing conferences or arts institutions to stay viable during these uncertain times, whilst mapping a way to the future for generating revenue in a new way for many of them

InPlayer and Wild Edric Media make it easy and possible

InPlayer is happy to announce its newest partnership with Wild Edric Media, a UK-based company specialising  in video production, live event filming and streaming.

From major conferences, music concerts, films for corporate companies – including promotional adverts and training videos –  to trailer films for theatres, documentaries and music videos, Wild Edric Media’s background in theatre has seen the team become specialists in live-streaming and multi-camera recording for many large scale theatrical  and live event productions. 

With InPlayer and Wild Edric Media, producers can leverage the combination of live streaming and digital engagement, open up their live theatres to new audiences globally, build a real community around live events and generate valuable revenue with premium viewing experience.  At a time when it can be difficult to fill venues, it represents a new way of helping the creative arts sector to generate  new additional revenue streams 

By partnering with InPlayer, Wild Edric Media is unlocking the full potential and benefits of offering entertainment easily and directly to audiences, and enable theatre production companies, venues and conference companies to generate revenue with securepay-per-view and subscription monetisation models. 

“We’ve been filming and live-streaming live events for over 5 years now, in particular theatre productions and conferences, and have always believed that the next big opportunity for this end of the market is individual Pay Per View and Subscription.  We’ve seen major successes for streaming to a cinema or venue in the UK with the National Theatre and the RSC, but there is definitely an appetite for performing arts content to be streamed to people who can’t or don’t want to physically visit a venue. And now our partnership with InPlayer means that we can offer a way for the creative sector and events such as conferences to not only reach a remote audience using our streaming service but more importantly to access a new revenue stream for such value content securely using the InPlayer technology embedded within our solution. We’re delighted to be awarded Reseller Partner status with InPlayer and look forward to developing this market opportunity with them. “, says Carl Walker, Managing Director at Wild Edric Media https://www.wildedricmedia.com/

“We are very excited to partner with Wild Edric Media to engage with remote attendees and provide value to a new generation of digital spectators. Together, our technologies and expertises are set to easily create a global and digital scene for events and art companies, looking to start or mature a digital transformation, boost their reach and revenue from their premium content.”, says George Meek, CEO at InPlayer.

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