MBCC opens Art Deco Studio

Gwen Kaufmann - Wednesday, October 28, 2020    

The Miami Beach Convention Center (MBCC) has opened the new Art Deco Studio, developed in partnership with Everlast Productions and Smart City Networks to support the production of hybrid events at the reimagined venue. MBCC's director of sales Micah Allen said, "The event world is changing; show organisers are using the latest technology to support hosting events safely while still maximising their attendance and brand reach. Thanks to our partnership with Everlast Productions and Smart City Networks, the new Art Deco Studio at the MBCC makes hybrid event production a breeze." Hybrid events combine socially distanced in-person gatherings with HD video and live webstream technology to create a seamless experience for viewers and participants, maximising the reach of any event while preserving venue health and safety measures. The Art Deco Studio aims to streamline the event planning process while alleviating participant travel. Event segments can be produced in real time or as digitally mastered recordings. The studio at MBCC includes audio-visual and IT technical support built into the space. (kf)     miamibeachconvention.com/new-art-deco-studio-at-miami-beach-convention-center


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