Live streaming/video recording expert needed for our awards night!

Live streaming/video recording expert needed for our awards night!

Live streaming/video recording expert needed for our awards night!
Brake, the road safety charity

Estimated Time: 4 - 8 Hours Over 1 - 2 Weeks

We are looking for someone with live streaming and/or video recording expertise to help us turn our annual Awards on Thursday 20 October into a hybrid event. The Awards are Australasia-wide, and we will have people attending in person in Auckland, but also online from across NZ and Australia. We want to enable people to view the ceremony live online. The Awards ceremony itself lasts approx. 45 minutes to 1 hour, but is part of a wider event. We use Microsoft Teams and have WiFi at the venue, so could just link people in to the ceremony through that, but there may be other options open to us. Some planning would be needed in advance, plus help with set up and live video on the night.

Working location

The event takes place at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland on the evening of Thursday 20 October. For other contact, office hours is preferred, however we can be flexible on this.

Proposed project steps with time estimates

Planning of event coverage/live stream - couple of hours to 0.5 days
Actual live stream/video of event - 2-4 hours late afternoon/evening on Thursday 20 October

What We Have In Place

We will provide guidance on what we are looking for, and can provide branding/logos, materials for any graphics etc. Free wifi is available at the event venue. Refreshments will also be provided for anyone attending the awards ceremony on the night.

Find out more about us:
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Twitter - @brakenewzealand

Brake, the road safety charity
Community Group
Social Services
New Zealand wide
Brake works to prevent road deaths and injuries and make communities safer. We also provide free support to families bereaved and injured in road crashes, helping them to work through their grief to recover from trauma.
What we Do
Brake runs initiatives to raise awareness of road safety issues and advocate for safer roads. This includes coordinating national Road Safety Week, supporting companies to reduce incidents involving at-work drivers and vehicles, providing free resources to teachers to help them to teach road safety, and supporting communities to campaign for safer roads. Brake provides free support resources for adults and children who have been bereaved and injured in road crashes.