Red Carpet: GQ Gala Live with TriCaster

The second edition of GQ France “Men of the year 2011” ceremony was broadcasted live with TriCaster

On January 18th 2012, the 2nd edition of the “Men of the year 2011” ceremony organized by GQ France magazine took place in the Ritz Hotel in Paris. For the first time, GQ chose to broadcast live the event on the web.

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The production company “Tête à Claps” gave the production and the live stream operation to EV CORP. EV CORP delegated five persons to be on site, 1 production operator, 2 assistants, 1 production manager and 1 PR manager. The HD production system set up for this VIP event included 4 cameras PMW EX and 3 Sony, controlled by remotes Sony RMB 150, 1 teleprompter, 1 recorder AJA KI Pro and 1 TriCaster 850 EXTREME paired with Tricaster 850 CS for mixing, titling and streaming.

GQ rewarded the most memorable men of the year 2011, personalities, French and international, coming from different world such as sport, music, journalism, cinema…

The ceremony, hosted by Antoine De Caunes, was broadcasted live on GQ Magazine website and on the Facebook page of the magazine.

The star of the evening was Jean Dujardin, awarded “Actor of the year” by the readers of GQ, it follows the already won Golden Globe and Screen Actor Guild Awards for Best Actor.

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The other winners of the evening include:
Stylish Man of the year: Stéphane Guillon
Politician of the year: Arnaud Montebourg
TV Host of the year: Bruce Toussaint
Businessman of the year: Bertrand Méheuf (Canal +)
Musician of the year: Justice
International Star of the year: Hugh Laurie
Unconventional Chic of the year: Charlie Winston

The 45 minutes ceremony was a success and seen by more than 100 000 viewers on line. Highlights of the ceremony “Men of the year 2011” can be viewed on GQ France website and onGQ Facebook Fan Page.

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EVCORP was created in 2002 by François Gazagnes. With 20 years experience on the market, the team of 45 people provides video services to producers and production companies. They use the latest state-of-the-art TriCaster 850 EXTREME, launched at NAB 2011.

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