JJ Splice joined with Channel 7's Sunrise to deliver a hilarious live broadcast showcasing the Life Drawing live stream held weekly at the JJ Splice Studio.
Audiences joined the stream from right around Australia to create sketches of models who were live streamed from JJ Splice's Basement Studio.
Meanwhile, Sunrise presenter Sam Mac broadcast from our Upper Studio to an estimated audience of 1 million viewers.
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JJ Splice has partnered with the City of Sydney and a coalition of Surry Hills venues to create SURRY HILLS LIVE, a unique weekly live stream content marketing project.
Each Thursday at 7:30pm the JJ Splice team recreates the local pub experience and brings Sydney's best musicians into everyone's homes via Facebook.
Sponsors include Urban Village magazine, which presents a short current affairs segment during interval and Hawkes Brewing Co, which will provide a virtual bar to viewers from June.
The aim is to support the night time economy and assist venues in recovering from COVID-19 by encouraging the exciting re-emergence of live music in Surry Hills.
Streams every Thursday at 7:30pm at fb.com/surryhills.live
JJ Splice joined with Fitness Playground to offer training to personal trainers on the most effective methods of growing a customer base using organic and paid video content.
At the end of the training, JJ Splice selected two trainers for a subsidised Instagram video marketing funnel. After only two weeks of the Instagram campaigns running, both trainers reported having more clients than they could service.
JJ Splice plans to do much more work with Personal Trainers during COVID recovery.
JJ Splice will create a stunning large scale projected installation on the corner of Elizabeth & Devonshire Streets at the end of 2020.
The project, initially envisioned as part of the now cancelled Vivid Festival, will proceed with the support of the City of Sydney.
FACES brings together the diverse personalities that comprise the communities of Surry Hills. Anyone can see themselves projected on the side of a building as enchanting imagery is projected on their own faces.
The project will be an important activation that will draw people out into the area and encourage patronage at local venues during COVID recovery.