Our virtual ‘news studio’ has been in demand again – this time to promote the prestigious World Veterinary Association Global Animal Welfare Awards.
Following the successful WVA Animal Welfare Awards 2017 WVA, our client, Ceva Sante Animale, is supporting the 2nd WVA Animal Welfare Awards that will be presented during the World Veterinary Association Congress 2018 in Barcelona, Spain on 5th-8th May 2018.
We have used our ‘green screen’ studio to create the feel of a mainstream TV news programme to publicise the Awards and also to give people important information on the timing, location and detail of the ceremony in Barcelona.
Click here to see the teaser video.
The aim of the WVA Animal Welfare Awards is to recognize and reward veterinarians who are contributing in their daily lives to the protection and welfare of animals and have provided outstanding and exemplary welfare-related services to animals, animal owners, fellow veterinarians and the public.
Good Call Media’s, Nik Wood, hosted the 2017 awards on stage in Incheon, South Korea. Our company also organised video reports highlighting the work of each of the winners in Colombia, the USA, Kenya, the Philippines, the UK and Egypt. The Awards will be staged as part of the World Veterinary Congress being staged in Barcelona between May 5-8, 2018. Nominations closed at the end of January and watch out for further studio-based trailers for the event in the coming months.
The Awards follow the success of the Ceva UK Welfare Awards which will also be staged again in 2018. That event will take place in Birmingham, UK, on 4 April and Good Call Media will be at the event to record interviews with the winners immediately they leave the stage. These interviews are then posted on social media within minutes of being recorded.
The speed and profile of this approach is particularly popular with the Awards sponsors as they too are interviewed and these clips, together with their company logos are included in the social media videos which they can then ‘share’ immediately after the ceremony finishes. “Because of our background working in BBC news and current affairs, we are able to turn video content around very quickly,” said Good Call Media’s Nik Wood.