Delivering Your Knowledge

Delivering your knowledge with Franklin Media can happen through live broadcasting from places of learning, produced training videos for your website, or interviews. Each is uniquely effective – together, we can decide which option will best meet your needs.

A collection of informative videos on your website is hugely beneficial. Video quickly delivers a clear, concise message. It engages and educates your visitors, conveying personality. When doing business with you, clients will know what to expect.

A live stream campaign has its own unique benefits. Live streaming broadens your audience reach. Most people won’t travel far to hear what you have to say, but they might “dial in” to watch, if the content is deemed interesting. Widening viewership increases online interaction – potentially growing revenue.

Due to involved liabilities, medical training can be sensitive. An untrained videographer has no place in the operating room. At Franklin Media, we have a wealth of experience working around sterile fields in the O.R.

We recognize that O.R technology has greatly evolved, making it possible to broadcast or record on your own. In certain scenarios, broadcasting or recording with existing technology works well. However, when a polished look and crystal clear audio are required – such as when a large audience is observing – calling in specialists is best.

When Franklin Media shoots a video in the O.R., we begin by listening carefully. Starting here, the entire video will be precisely focused on what the surgeon is discussing. Access to other O.R. monitors, such as scopes, is also important. We bring adapters to ensure that the audience can see a feed from all equipment being used. Audio is just as vital as video. With our system, the surgeon’s words will be clearly heard.

Audience interactivity is an option, available via a few methods. Texting or emailing questions is the easiest form of interaction; however, full interaction is available too. Full interaction allows the entire group can see, hear, and be heard by the surgeon during Q&A.