The events industry has cratered in 2020. In response, a wave of events have migrated online, many for the first time. This includes concert live streams, webinars, virtual summits, online conferences, and more. For many brands, staying in front of…
As part of our ad agency, we help companies acquire business leads online. In this article, we explain a recent lead generation program that we devised and executed for a high-growth recruiting and tech consulting firm.
We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Austin Monthly to be the exclusive live-streaming producer for their virtual concert series, Front Porch Sessions.
We continue to invest heavily in our live production capabilities. 3rd & Lamar - the segment of our business that covers Austin business subculture and music - introduced a virtual concert series last month, and our production house is responsible for all aspects of the live stream from Inn Cahoots.
Float On Boat Rentals is one of Austin’s leading boat rental companies with a fleet of meticulously maintained pontoons and ski boats on Lake Travis and Lake Austin. This summer, we took a small crew out to Lake Travis and…
On Aug. 27, Austin Monthly and Texas Music Magazine present the third installment of their Front Porch Sessions virtual concert series. As the exclusive production partner for this series, 3rd & Lamar Media will live stream Charley Crockett - a blues, country, and Americana singer-songwriter - from the Still Austin Whiskey Co. Distillery.
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We announced in June that we have partnered with Austin Monthly to live stream their concert series, Front Porch Sessions. The first performance featured Graham and Taylor from Western Youth on June 25.
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