Tallinn University sets up a television studio for virtual and hybrid conferences

A new television studio suitable for hosting and broadcasting virtual and hybrid conferences has been opened at Tallinn University’s Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School (BFM).

From BFM Television Studio it is possible to produce virtual seminars, online training videos, workshops, presentations and hybrid conferences. Interactive events can be broadcasted live also from other Tallinn University campus rooms, as separate sessions if needed. Contactless presentations from around the world

  • Television Studio professional camera, light and sound equipment
  • Large interactive touchscreen
  • Integrated Powerpoint presentations
  • Videoclips and graphics
  • Make up room and waiting rooms for guests
  • Possibility for different furniture, props and decorations
  • Live Youtube and Zoom broadcasting and recorded videos
  • Corporate videos, video and sound post production
  • Experienced and creative crew
  • Complete project management

Television Studio has also capabilities for live broadcasting from the venue of Your choice.

Tallinn University’s Conference Centre Team will alos help with setting up the event. Contact them for more information at:

Sirli Peda
Conference Centre
Mob: +372 58870775

Take a look at the video!

Riine Tiigi

Marketing Manager