Congregation B'nai Shalom
In the summer of 2020, B’nai Abraham Synagogue and Temple Covenant of Peace in Easton merged into one congregation named B’nai Shalom. During that time, the pandemic prevented congregants from attending services.

Our team has helped B’nai Shalom connect with their members by installing a simple, state-of-the-art live streaming system, and producing short videos to promote their holiday service live streams.
Fall 2020
Summer 2021
Video production
> Installed multi-camera live stream
> In-person training sessions
> Onsite live stream assistance
> Promo videos for holiday services
Merging the two congregations took decades, but the decision to do what’s best for their congregants, was done without question.

With the trust and help of Dr. Marc Abo, Harvey Cartine, Rabbi Melody Davis, and Howard Nathanson, our team implemented a simple, effective and affordable system to live stream their services. 

Our team’s experience in running major TV broadcasts and complex YouTube live streams made it easy to consult on the best equipment and configuration to make the entire process a breeze. 

We knew that whoever would be running the system day-to-day would have limited understanding of all the components and processes involved, so we created custom, easy to use training manuals and setup guides.

After the camera and computer equipment had been installed, we spent an afternoon with those who would be involved in running the live stream, reviewing the entire process from setup, to stream, to breakdown.

We are thrilled to be a part of connecting the Jewish community in Easton, and are excited for the future, as discussions to expand the live stream capabilities have already begun.

Check out some of the promotional videos we’ve created for the holiday services, and visit the B'nai Shalom YouTube page to view their latest stream.
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