When you’re planning your next video production, podcast or even a live stream, think about longevity and how you can keep the content relevant. Be aware that your content will still have impact for years to come, once it’s online, it’s there forever unless you remove or update it. It’s…


During NZ’s first COVID-19 lockdown in 2019, we worked with Australian based media company FST Media on their annual conference, connecting hundreds of people from NZ and Australia online to watch, learn and discuss the latest in technology and digital innovation in financial services.

This year, the plan was to…


Written content isn’t an obvious one to think about when you’re working on video/audio projects, but it’s an easy way to get another format for more platforms.

Event transcripts from live streams can be used as a blog and key points from the transcript can be used for social media…


LIVE STREAMING — WHAT DO YOU CALL IT?

Livestream, webinar, virtual seminar, webcast — there are so many words out there to describe a livestream as it continues to grow as a popular form of content. …


Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve all heard of Zoom and giving more and more presentations online. Some great, some good and some not so good! So to help you out here’s our 3 tips and tricks on how to nail a online presentation.

1. PREPARE

To start, you’ll need to have your desktop computer or laptop with a webcam, headphones and a microphone. Make sure you have the software we’ve recommended installed and a good internet connection. Remember some software won’t work on a tablet or mobile, so always use a computer. …


There’s lots to think about when planning an event, but small elements can make your event a huge success or a big failure.

1: INTERNET & POWER

To ensure a stable and reliable stream, we need access to wired internet and power. Cabled internet is far more reliable than wifi (even highspeed) and prevents any dropouts in the stream. …


PODCASTING — QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN YOU START OUT

When you start thinking about making a podcast, there’s lots to consider. Tandem managing director, Dave Dunlay, has produced a comprehensive list of questions to get those juices flowing and start your planning properly.

Dave’s been at the forefront of new media in New Zealand — including podcasting, social media…


There are many different ways that you can utilise or ‘re-purpose’ video content so that it works for you across a variety of media platforms. Using content in a variety of ways like this makes it very cost-effective and allows you to plan a whole marketing program around a relatively…


TANDEM’S 3P PROCESS

Tandem’s 3P process: Plan — Produce — Publish (™) is at the core of everything we do throughout every production. This exclusive process means we work with you to get the results you want to ​efficiently​ ​​create​ ​your​ ​content​ ​on​ ​time​ ​working​ ​to​ ​your​ ​budget.

P1: PLAN

The key to good production…

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