ACAMH (Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health) have a very wide community of academics that follow their research, both in the UK and internationally. The goal of live streaming is to keep people informed about empirical research, clinical studies and reviews and encourage debate.
This was a panel discussion arranged with field leading academics in mental health. We accommodated this broadcast from our London studio. There was one moderator/presenter introducing the programme and then the other four academics all presenting relevant research. They would each discuss the findings from their respective presentations before moving onto the next topic.
The broadcast was facilitated using the platform Zoom, which was the client’s preference. We were able to present slides and field questions from the audience using Zoom.
Location: Talking Edge Studios, St Paul’s, London
Crew: Three cameras + Vision Mixer
Live studio panel discussion allowed ACAMH to provide comments on The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry’s (JCPP) Annual Research Review (ARR) to their target audience and answer their questions.
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