Event reporting

We can help you create a buzz and bring your events and launches alive through live communication and event reporting (event amplification) – whether that’s through tweeting and blogging; photo posting throughout the event; live audio interviews; short video blogs; or word cloud summaries.

Get in touch if you’re interested in us getting the word out there!

Tweeting and blogging: Bring your event to the masses through live commentary on everything happening at your event – whether that’s a product launch, a sporting event or a (un)conference. This means your audience are kept up to date through the event – whether they’re there in person, or attending virtually at their desk.

Photo posting: As they say, a picture paints a thousand words so there’s nothing like a regular stream of live photos to capture your event and keep interest levels high.

Live audio interviews: Audio is often overlooked as a great way of communicating – so, add that extra impact to visual reporting through live audio interviews with delegates, punters and fans.

Video blogging: Words, pictures, sound – why not a bit of video so your audience – whether present or watching from afar – get a real taste of the action?

Word clouds: Word clouds are a great way of capturing the hot topics and key sentiments felt at your event or launch.

Check out our event reporting case studies

Chelsea Flower Show

Live from The Chelsea Flower Show

The Open Golf Championship, St Andrews

Live from The Open Golf Championship


Live audio and word clouds from the truNORA recruitment unconference