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Come Play With Me and Never.no teamed up to produce and stream an event to promote the release of an album benefitting CALM – the Campaign Against Living Miserably. Never.no produced the event, including animated opening and closing sequences, managed the setup for the presenter and guests, provided live interactive graphics and polling, and streamed the event on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.
At The Edge Of The Sea is an annual festival curated by David Gedge, singer and founding member of The Wedding Present. With live physical events not an option this year, “semi-legendary” indie rock band, The Wedding Present, gave fans an entertaining live show to celebrate their 10th anniversary.
With viewers’ comments, questions and polls at the centre of the content, Bee-On powered audience engagement and published cloud graphics seamlessly into the remote workflow, all produced from home!
To celebrate Father’s Day and the return of Premier League football, Wickes created a dynamic socially-driven advertising campaign broadcast on Sky Sports. Never.no and Sky Media teamed up to manage, aggregate, and moderate Twitter interaction from football fans looking to nominate their fathers for Wickes’ #WickesStarting11 campaign.
Never.no teamed up with Grabyo to deliver a multi-platform interactive programme for Australia’s Network 10. Using Bee-On’s voting and polls capabilities, the social producer was able to moderate, aggregate and publish poll results captured from Facebook Live comments during ad breaks.
In a first of it kind for the team, Never.no delivered an end-to-end remote production workflow, including stream management, alongside social moderation and graphics integration.
In a first of its kind for UK terrestrial broadcasting ITV stream their weekly political show live on Twitter and power the viewer interaction with audience engagement platform Bee-On
The World Cup of the Decade was hosted by Pointless’ Richard Osman and starring the likes of Alex Brooker and Lorraine Kelly.
Vauxhall wanted to capitalise on the community banter that accompanies transfer rumours by setting up fan polls between teams that were vying for a player’s signature.
The Social is produced by Bell Media bringing a fresh, daily perspective on up-to-the-minute news, pop culture, and lifestyle topics that matter most. A socially interactive series, The Social incorporates viewer feedback and conversation through Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more.