In the era of virtual connectivity, it has become essential for organizations to adapt and find innovative ways to engage with their audiences. Tahoe Production House had the privilege of collaborating with the Tahoe Donner Homeowners Association (HOA) in Truckee, CA, to provide live stream solutions for their annual home owners association. By leveraging our expertise in live streaming, we enabled the HOA to connect with a broader audience, both locally and remotely.
The Tahoe Donner HOA is committed to fostering a sense of community and keeping homeowners well-informed about various events, updates, and meetings. Recognizing the need for virtual connectivity, they approached Tahoe Production House to explore live stream solutions for their gatherings. Our team was excited to take on the challenge and provide a seamless virtual experience for those who could not physically attend the events.
To ensure a smooth live streaming experience, Tahoe Production House utilized a Sony FX7 camera operated by our skilled camera operator, Ryan Croke with Full Circle Productions. The camera captured the event proceedings from the main tent and transmitted the signal to a Blackmagic ATEM for signal management and recording. From there, we seamlessly pushed the signal to a Zoom webinar, allowing remote participants to join and watch the event in real-time from the comfort of their homes or offices.
In addition to the live stream, Tahoe Production House provided the Tahoe Donner HOA with a high-resolution playback file. This file served as an invaluable resource that could be uploaded to their website, allowing individuals to access and watch the event recordings throughout the year. By archiving the event content, the Tahoe Donner HOA extended the reach of their programs and ensured that valuable information remained accessible to homeowners, even after the event concluded.
Through the live stream solutions provided by Tahoe Production House, the Tahoe Donner HOA successfully expanded their audience base, fostering a stronger sense of connection and engagement within the community. Homeowners who were unable to attend in person were able to participate virtually, staying up-to-date with the latest developments and actively contributing to discussions.