Condé Nast is a premier media company renowned for producing the highest quality content for the world’s most influential audiences. Attracting more than 100 million consumers across its industry-leading print, digital and video brands, the company’s portfolio includes some of the most iconic titles in media including Vanity Fair, Teen Vogue and The New Yorker.
Vanity Fair’s annual invitation only Oscar-night bash after the 89th Academy Awards was held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA. Wanting to give fans from all over the world the ability to view the red carpet and be a part of the exciting event, Vanity Fair live streamed the event. FORA.tv streamed the event on VanityFair.com, Facebook and Twitter. This was first time the event has ever been live streamed and it was a tremendous success. FORA.tv organized the full production of a 5 camera production on the red carpet and in a custom built studio. The broadcast featured panel discussions, red carpet interviews, and a stream to a screen in the studio for celebrity commentary.
The New Yorker and Public Theater present a four-series public forum, A Well-Ordered Nation. Over four evenings in the coming months, artists, thinkers, journalists, performers, and politicians will come together at to consider what it means to be responsible citizens and how culture can respond to politics in the age of Donald Trump. As each day brings fresh indications of how President Trump intends to reshape America, anxieties rise, protests continue, and the Administration’s vision of a new world order is watched around the globe with surprise and trepidation. The Public Theater and The New Yorker bring together a group of journalists and artists to examine what it means to tell truth to power. FORA.tv multi-channel live streamed two of the public forums using FORA.tv Blast.
Teen Vogue collaborated with FORA.tv when they live streamed a Beauty and the Beast roundtable discussion on Facebook. FORA.tv provided audio and live streamed Teen Vogue’s evening with Cleo Wade on the upcoming film at the Crosby Street Hotel in New York.