On 29th September 3xScreen live produced and streamed (for an internal BBC audience) the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra’s production of Mozart’s Requiem for BBC Scotland with six robotic and one locked-off camera. 3xScreen was responsible for the all aspects of the production except for direction and vision mixing. The 3xScreen crew consisted of two camera operators and an unit manager/engineer. The production was directed by BBC Director John Smith and vision mixed by BBC Vision Mixer Morag McIntosh.
On 11th October 3xScreen live produced and streamed the Scottish Symphony Orchestra’s Queen’s Baton Relay Concert which was live streamed to Commonwealth Classrooms from City Halls Glasgow. 3xScreen was responsible for the all aspects of the production except for direction/vision mixing. The 3xScreen crew consisted of two camera operators and an unit manager/engineer. The production was directed and vision mixed by BBC Director John Kirby.
The production was live streamed to the BBC Commonwealth Classroom website – http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldclass
NOTE. Copyright-claimed music has been removed from the above YouTube recording.
On 19th September 3xScreen live produced the Digital Leaders Fireside Chat event held at The Worshipful Company of Painters. The event was an open forum in which three speakers fielded questions from the evening’s moderator and the audience.
The 3xScreen production consisted of 3 robotic and one locked-off camera and was staffed by a camera operator, a vision mixer and a production manager.