How King’s College records professional online courses in a remote world

Case Studies

King's College

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Dan Childs

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Dan Childs

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

Dan Childs

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

Dan Childs

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Dan Childs

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Dan Childs

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Dan Childs

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Dan Childs

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Dan Childs

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Dan Childs

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Dan Childs

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Dan Childs

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Dan Childs

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Dan Childs

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

While online learning is quite convenient in a remote lifestyle, ironically, recording these courses at a distance is quite a challenge.

Leading university and one of the top 10 academic institutions in England, King’s College London, quickly adapted. Their production team creates online courses for academic and professional training programs. With the shift to remote recording, they needed to find a way to keep the quality and ease of their in-person studio, all while moving recording online.

Like everyone else, King’s College first tried out Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They quickly realized these platforms were not ideal for recording online courses in high quality. Relying on internet connection was stressful, and they soon began trying out other remote recording solutions. After experiencing unreliable recordings with files lost and crashes during a high-profile interview, they chose to transition to Riverside.

The smooth solution

King’s College’s senior video producer Dan Childs and assistant producer Andrew Cowper were looking for a reliable platform they could trust. They needed something to record high-quality video that would let them control recordings from afar without disrupting technical glitches.

Andrew Cowper mentions ״I've always said experience is the best teacher, and I looked at the various reviews that you guys have had and looked at the users, the type of users you have.״

״You recently had Tim Cook from Apple. I think you even have Microsoft using your platform, and one of the reasons we are using this platform is because Microsoft Teams is not that clear, so there's got to be something there tangible in terms of the quality of the service and the product. For me, that's what really swayed me over.״

Andrew Cowper

Assistant Producer | King's College London

Assistant Producer | King's College London

In a world that’s increasingly mobile, King’s College used Riverside to record interviewees no matter where they were, yet still keep control of audio and video input on one reliable, widely-used platform.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

The remote studio that helped King’s College record from anywhere

One of the most appraised features was Riverside’s mobile app. Riverside’s mobile app is available in host, audience, and guest view on iOS, whereas only guest view on Android. This means anyone with an iPhone can host a recording and join a remote studio as a guest or audience member. Android users can also join as guests, allowing your interviewees to join production wherever they are.

Senior video producer Dan Childs also points out that “the cameras on phones are a lot higher quality and to be able to record in that quality is really useful.”

While Riverside’s mobile app gave King’s College the flexibility they needed to record remotely, they also needed a way to control production from a distance. Riverside’s Producer Mode let them direct their guests and helped them ensure all technicalities were in order while recording. Producer Mode lets producers join a studio without being recorded so they can guide the process without getting in the way.

However, one of the features that most persuaded King’s College’s assistant producer Andrew Cowper was Riverside’s technical reliability. Not only is Riverside easy to use, but Riverside is reliable and trusted by some of the biggest creators and companies. Riverside records locally, straight from each person’s device, and uploads these files online while recording to ensure no technical or internet connectivity issues get in the way of capturing up to 4K high-quality resolution. The Riverside support team is also efficient and cares about helping clients.

“I think it gives us but also the individual we interview, and/or the professional, reassurance that it's going to work well. If anything does happen, we have that prompt technical support available at a fingertip,” says Andrew Cowper.

riverside.fm/enterprise-contact

King’s College finds it essential to uphold its brand as an internationally recognized university. Riverside has helped them maintain a professional standard when recording remotely. In a world shifting to become more and more mobile, they will continue to use technology like Riverside that keeps them atop.

According to Dan Childs, "People's mindsets have changed about whether being physically present is always necessary. Increasingly, our contributors expect a more flexible approach along with more mobile and remote options.

״Everyone's ideas about work have shifted over the last couple of years, so remote recording using Riverside is going to continue to be an essential part of our toolkit going forward.”

Dan Childs

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

Senior Video Producer | King's College London

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