Hybrid work proves that the enterprise can leverage more people outside the space than ever before. But this also raises the stakes. AV broadcast means professional quality that maintains the brand but does not require a team to set it up. Zoom, Teams, or WebEx alone will not suffice. Whether for Product Launch Events, Town Halls, Press Events, or North American New Hire Seminars – you can send broadcast-quality audio & video without painfully complex systems, ensuring stunning results in a space that was traditionally used for in-person purposes…with added Zoom capability.
Control Your Messaging & Brand with a Fully Optimized AV Broadcast System
Access Quality Without Unnecessary Complexity
Traditional broadcast AV systems were complex to operate & expensive to design & build. Captus Systems uses modern technology to build affordable, professional-quality systems that anyone can operate.
Create Systems that Work for What’s Next
Broadcast may be needed for an international townhall in the morning, a CEO cable news interview at noon, & an orientation for 100 new employees in the afternoon. With that in mind, you need a system that’s versatile.
Work with Technical Experts.
From optimized audio signal flow, to multi-camera set-ups, to broadcast-quality lighting systems – our technical experts will guide you to the best solution for your business needs.
AV Broadcast Systems Can Include:
- The Ability to Connect to Other Systems & Platforms
- Tools to Manage Audio Signals (Including iPad, Laptop, & Tablet Integration)
- Fast Set-Up
- Broadcast-Quality Video
- Professional-Quality Lighting
- Audio-Enhancing Acoustic Treatment
We’ll work with all of your stakeholders – facility, architectural, design, marketing, & executive teams – to fully understand your requirements. No cookie cutter designs here! Each AV broadcast system is unique – but equally easy-to-use, scalable, & cost effective.
We provide AV broadcast systems that are built to perfectly meet your needs – no matter what your use case.
Yeah. Together, We’ve Got This!