Hybrid Event Studio Opens At ExCeL London

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A versatile, visually engaging studio that delivers broadcast-quality content from a digital platform has been launched at ExCeL London. ExCeL has partnered with market-leading audio visual supplier Anna Valley to establish a unique environment for organisers to deliver highly dynamic hybrid events The facility offers customers the opportunity to diversify and broaden their reach by supplementing traditional content with online engagement.

The studio’s flexible set features an impressive, adaptable digital backdrop and stage floor, multi-camera and full sound system and lighting rig, as well as space for up to 30 delegates socially distanced in line with Government guidelines. Remote presenters with broadcast quality feeds can be included in studio activity and content can be streamed to platforms such as Zoom, YouTube and Facebook. The studio is located in a central, self-contained area, above the venue’s main event halls – making it an excellent addition to a larger, live conference or hybrid event at ExCeL. Separate, but within close proximity are office spaces, green rooms, and production areas, as well as space to increase the studio footprint.

Jeremy Rees, CEO, ExCeL London: “During this challenging time, we remain committed to providing our customers and guests with the best possible experience. This new state-of-the-art hybrid event studio supports us and them in our shared ambition of delivering world leading events. While nothing beats meeting face-to-face or being amid the buzz of an auditorium, this studio will enable organisers to deliver exceptional audience experiences whether the event is attended in person or remotely.  While nothing beats meeting face-to-face or being amid the buzz of an auditorium, this studio will enable organisers to deliver exceptional audience experiences whether the event is attended in person or remotely.
And once larger, face-to-face conferences, exhibitions and events can return, this studio will act as a great addition for organisers seeking to reach a much larger audience.”