Streaming Video

Atlanta Video Production's new studio announced

Forrester Media's recently completed merger with 4 Tay Video is leading us to a new name and a new home. We'll soon be doing business as Atlanta Video Production, a 4 Tay Video Company. Long ago, Mike Forrester secured the URL and now is the time to use it! We've just launched a placeholder page for the new site and will build out the entire site in the coming weeks.

Our new building features a covered entry  and numerous amenities.
Our new building features a covered entry and numerous amenities.

Atlanta Video Production will also be moving to a new home on north Peachtree Road in Atlanta. Renovations are underway to reconfigure office space and transform a portion of the building into a sound-proof studio. The 1600sf studio will included a dedicated 800sf green screen wall with floor cyc. The green screen area can be divided from the rest of the studio that will include set and interview areas. A make-up station, client area, kitchen, conference room, common areas, covered entrance and ample parking will compliment our new facility.

Preliminary floor plan of offices and studio at Atlanta Video Production.
Preliminary floor plan of offices and studio at Atlanta Video Production.

Our facility will have dedicated network connectivity allowing live webcasts to originate from the studio.

A portion of the building houses an existing tenant with the remainder available for lease to companies seeking a desirable address, convenient access to I-285 and MARTA as well access to other creative companies and our studio. We anticipate completion of the renovations in late June or early July with move-in to follow. In the interim, we continue to work at our 2250 N. Druid Hills Road office.

We are excited to offer our new facilities and capabilities to the Atlanta market. If we can be of assistance, please don't hesitate to call. We can be reached at 770-226-9250, or email us at

One call webcast

We recently completed a three day project for a client that included providing all staging, pipe and drape, in-room TV monitors in addition to the full crew, camera, intercom, audio, switcher and gear necessary for a live streaming event. One call to Forrester Media allowed our Washington, DC-based client to arrange the entire production. Here are a few photos from the setup of the webcast.

Setup underway with pipe and drape, LED lighting for the drape, staging and 70" monitor at front of room.
Staging with chairs, podium, lighting and monitor in place.
Three cameras, room monitors, PA system and chairs in place.


Camera shot on in-room monitor during testing.

Forrester Media can supply most any equipment or support gear needed for an event, conference, training session, educational seminar or other gathering for a live or recorded presentation. Our new partnership with Abracadabra Video provides access to monitors, PA systems, projectors, and many other items needed for the growing Atlanta meeting and convention marketplace. Call us for details and how we can assist on your next event. 770-226-9250 or visit

Watch our new one-minute Highlight Reel

We've just updated our one-minute Highlight Reel to include all new footage from a few of our productions. Actually almost two dozen productions are included in the video including clips. They include corporate, broadcast, advertising, webcasts, motion graphics and interview clips.

No matter your video needs, from full production services, to camera crews to live or on-demand webcasts, Atlanta's Forrester Media has been serving clients since 1990 and is ready to assist you on your next production. Call us toll-free at 800-201-8102 or visit our website at

Reach your audience with live streaming video

An increasing number of our clients are using live streaming to reach their employees, vendors, clients and yes, even fans. With each passing month, the ease of producing a live streaming event grows easier and more cost effective.

We've produced high-end studio webcasts for Fortune 100 companies and much more budget-conscience webcasts for non-profit organizations. Both events reached viewers around the world who watched on desktops, laptops, tablets and even smart phones.

While online video, most often used on websites or on a video portal such as YouTube, is now commonplace, the use of live streaming is still in its infancy, but growing steadily every year.

ReelSEO Video, a favorite online news resource of mine, published a story on October 1st discussing the popularity of live streaming video and provides an overview of how a business can benefit by utilizing streaming video.

You can read the article here:


Medical Webcast
Live Streaming Webcast for a Continuing Medical Education client, originating at an Atlanta hotel.


While most of our streaming media events are live, nearly all feature an on-demand option that allows viewers to watch the webcast at their convenience if they missed any portion of the live event.

Forrester Media offers clients a choice in delivery platforms and production options. We can provide just the production portion and connect to your server, or we can provide a turnkey solution that includes distribution to your audience.

As pricing continues to decline, more and more companies are discovering the benefits of live streaming video. Contact us at 800-201-8102 if we can answer your questions about live streaming video webcasts and webinars. You can also visit us at: