Living Beyond Breast Cancer


Healthcare & Medical, Nonprofit

Live Webcast & Event Video Streaming

We have been providing our services to webcast for the non-profit organization Living Beyond Breast Cancer. It is their mission to create a community of survivors, sufferers, and healthcare providers with one another, as well as create easy to find resources for the entire community.  Their Breast Cancer 360 programs typically involve a panel discussion consisting of survivors, doctors, and moderators.  Programs include taking questions from the live audience as well as the virtual online audience.  We travel with the organization to various locations for these events including Kansas City, New York, Philadelphia, and Denver. Each event requires a live switcher cutting between three cameras while adding live lower thirds, sponsor logos, and more.

Livestream Webcast, New York, NY
Triple Negative Breast Cancer 360, New York, NY

The programs are produced a lot like a morning talk show.  We consistently are working with Living Beyond Breast Cancer to create a more television set experience, rather than a typical corporate audio visual environment.  As the project grows, we are working on implementing other elements that are often overlooked, such as furniture and set dressing.

Livestream Webcast, Kansas City, MO
Metastatic Breast Cancer 360, Kansas City, MO

We also have been working with the organization and venues to take a more video-friendly approach to lighting.  We use all daylight color temperature lighting that is diffused and spread very evenly throughout the set.  The result is a much more pleasing picture when captured through the camera that you can achieve with the typical “stage lights across the room” look.

Webcast & Livestream Video Philadelphia, PA
Metastatic Conference, Philadelphia, PA

In addition to the regular 360 programs, Living Beyond Breast Cancer holds annual spring and fall conferences, where audience members come from all over to partake in a weekend full of classes, activities, and speeches.  To learn more about Living Beyond Breast Cancer and their mission, please visit http://www.lbbc.org