Podcast Titans isn’t just here to film your podcasts. We are here to capture great content regardless of the setting. Event coverage is also something we do. This includes lives-streaming, providing our video podcast booth, or capturing speaker presentations. Events might include networking events, conferences, seminars workshops and more.

Don’t just hire a videographer to cover capture footage at your next corporate event. Hire a crew that is equipped and able to not only capture the video, but edit the videos into reusable content that captures the event’s purpose and atmosphere. Here are some types of video you should consider capturing:

Event Promo Video

What's Possible with Corporate Event Videography ?

  1. Event Overview: Start by capturing an overall view of the event space, showcasing the venue, decorations, and setup. This provides a visual introduction to the event and sets the tone for your video.

  2. Speaker Presentations: Record the presentations and speeches delivered by keynote speakers, industry experts, or company executives. Your event videographer should focus on capturing clear audio and multiple camera angles to ensure you capture the speaker’s message and their interaction with the audience.

  3. Panel Discussions and Q&A Sessions: If there are panel discussions or Q&A sessions during the event, capture these moments. Your event videographer should record the panelists and audience members engaging in insightful conversations and capturing the dynamics of the discussion.

  4. Attendee Reactions and Testimonials: Interview attendees to gather their thoughts, reactions, and testimonials about the event. Ask them about their experience, key takeaways, and the value they gained from attending. These testimonials can be valuable for future marketing efforts.

  5. Networking and Interactions: Film attendees engaging in networking activities, such as exchanging business cards, conversing, and forming connections. Highlight the collaborative and social aspects of the event to showcase the opportunities it provides for networking and relationship-building.

  6. Demonstrations and Exhibits: If there are product demonstrations or exhibits at the event, capture footage of these showcases. Focus on capturing the features, benefits, and unique selling points of the products or services being demonstrated.

  7. Behind-the-Scenes Footage: Provide a glimpse into the behind-the-scenes activities, such as event setup, rehearsals, or preparations. This can add depth and authenticity to your video, giving viewers a sense of what goes into organizing a successful corporate event.

  8. Entertainment and Performances: If there are entertainment acts or performances, record them to capture the liveliness and entertainment aspect of the event. This could include live music, dancers, comedians, or any other performances that contribute to the event’s atmosphere.

  9. Event Highlights and Montage: Compile the best moments from the event to create a dynamic highlights reel. Use captivating visuals, upbeat music, and quick cuts to showcase the energy, excitement, and success of the event in a condensed and engaging format.