During these most challenging of times, the focus of Gravity Media teams across the globe has been helping our clients to keep their people safe and their productions on schedule.
You can read here about how we brought The BP Supercars All Stars Eseries to screens in Australia, here about how we have been producing a weekly series of programmes for UEFA showcasing the best action from the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League vaults, here about the qchamberstream.com initiative from our Production Center in California and here about how we have helped relocate over 60 people from our Gravity House Post-Production facility in Soho to locations all over London and the rest of the UK – just some of the innovative ways we are working with our clients on their productions.
As our clients begin to restart their productions, Gravity Media is reshaping the way it does business in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect its staff and clients:
- Where possible, we have moved our office based staff to a home-working environment and our client sites (whilst some have already been set up remotely) will continue to be open for business where work cannot take place remotely
- Our Senior Management and Operational Ready team will continue to review our Covid-19 Risk Assessments on a frequent basis, whenever any changes in operational procedures are required and when Government guidance changes
- We remain committed to frequently remind employees and clients of their personal responsibilities to ensure that Gravity Media operates in the safest possible environment as well as updating/communicating any changes to these measures.
Gravity House in Soho, London is open for business as usual and for details of our risk assessments please click here.