5 Examples of Our Multi-Platform Distribution Expertise

Written by: Team Telescope



5 Examples of Our Multi-Platform Distribution Expertise

Reaching your audiences where they are is one of the most important tactics in creating an engaging live stream. As preferred partners with Facebook, Twitter/Periscope and YouTube – our  video production company  has had the opportunity to stream to multiple social platforms simultaneously, driving wider distribution and engagement around our clients content.

Here are 5 examples of our content distribution expertise…

 1. Hulu: The Handmaid’s Tale Season 2 Promotion

To promote the second season of The Handmaid’s Tale, Hulu turned to Telescope to manage and power the live streams. Streaming to both Facebook and Twitter/Periscope simultaneously the stream reached over 65K views – driving anticipation and excitement around the premier.

 2. Full Frontal with Samantha Bee: The Great American Puerto Rico Live Stream

Full Frontal with Samantha Bee utilized Telescope’s Live Studio award winning streaming technology to power a multi-platform stream aimed at raising awareness and funds for Puerto Rico’s Recovery. The stream was broadcasted across Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter simultaneously – driving awareness to audiences across social networks. In addition, the Donate capability was also featured on Facebook and Youtube helping to raise over $2K for the cause.


3. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation: Goalkeepers

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation turned to Telescope to live stream the launch a new ‘Goalkeepers’ report. The event was live streamed on Facebook and YouTube and reaching over 1M views on the two platforms combined.


4. IKEA: Holiday Show

IKEA utilized Telescope’s Live Studio to create a unique Facebook &You Tube live experience that let fans interact with their set from across the globe reaching over 3.3K viewers.


5. ATTN: Hand in Hand- A Benefit for Hurricane Relief stream

As a part of the Hand In Hand fundraiser, Telescope helped ATTN streamed a celebrity filled telethon to raise money for Huston relief to Facebook Live and YouTube. The Donate Buttons allowed viewers to donate without leaving the streams and help raise $44 million for hurricane survivors.