paris air forum en streaming live dans le studio TV de GL events


DATE 20 November 2020

LOCATION Maison de la Mutualité, Paris (5th district)

Our event TV studios at the Maison de la Mutualité (Paris 5th district) hosted the 7th Paris Air Forum on 20 November 2020.

The aim of this 100% digital event, organised by La Tribune, was to bring together decision-makers from the air transport, aeronautics, defence and space sectors to discuss the major challenges facing these strategic sectors.

paris air forum en streaming live dans le studio TV de GL events

paris air forum en streaming live dans le studio TV de GL events


  1. To find a venue with a video recording and broadcasting system in the center of Paris

  2. To broadcast the event live (in French and English) on social networks, making it accessible to the general public

  3. To simultaneously broadcast the speeches of several well-known personalities


1. Hosting the event in our TV studios at the Maison de la Mutualité

As a provider of web TV services for events, GL events gave the customer the use of its permanent TV studio at the Maison de la Mutualité and installed 3 temporary TV studios in the Descartes, Lutèce and Pontoise rooms. Located in the heart of Paris (in the 5th district), these 4 TV studios are extremely easy to get to (Maubert - Mutualité metro station) and provide turnkey services with state-of-the-art video recording and broadcasting equipment and lighting, as well as customizable stage settings and décors.

The venue also provides additional services, such as the rental of additional event space, reception staff (stewards and hostesses) and a catering service. 

2. Live streaming the event in several languages thanks to our digital audiovisual solutions

As an expert in live streaming services, GL events used La Tribune's social networks (Facebook, Twitter and YouTube) to broadcast the entire event live. The videos recorded were then rebroadcast on the La Tribune website over the course of the following days. More than 150,000 people followed the event remotely from all over the world.

The main challenge was to broadcast the event simultaneously in two different languages (French and English). To meet this requirement, our team put in place a live interpreting solution, with 4 interpreting booths installed close to the mobile TV studios.

3. Bringing together several remote speakers in a webcast

Our event TV studios enabled several people to speak during the event while being physically on site. At the same time, our live streaming solutions enabled us to involve several remote participants in the webcast, including personalities from the world of politics, business and defense.

Thanks to our secure streaming platform, a total of 80 speakers were able to share their views and expertise during the thirty or so debates and interviews organized in our TV studios.


Watch an excerpt from this 100% digital event: