QTV successfully delivered livestreaming of The New York Times Climate Hub at the UN Climate Change Conferences COP26 in Glasgow and COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh.

The ten day hybrid experience in Glasgow was created with the purpose of bridging the gap, created in part by the Covid-19 pandemic, between the COP26 summit and the public, bringing together together influential leaders and thinkers like Malala Yousafzai, Al Gore, and John Kerry with scientists, inventors, academics, delegates and journalists.

QTV provided uninterrupted livestream coverage of three stages, resulting in over 250 hours of live content and 100 individually recorded panel sessions that were made available on the NYT website for ‘on demand’ access ninety minutes after the sessions ended.
The unprecedented event, designed by Summerhouse Media, created some of the most compelling content of the COP26 summit, with Emma Watson holding a surprise panel gathering Greta Thunberg, Malala Yousafi and poet Amanda Gorman.

The event has won a ‘Publisher Award’ from the New York Times in February 2022 and the former Global COO Condé Nast Wolfgang Blau praised the ‘high production quality’ of the event, stating: “The New York Times has just parked a tank on the front lawn of Europe’s news publishers and broadcasters, implicitly stating: ‘If you don’t provide your audiences with high quality climate journalism, we’ll happily take them.” Wolfgang Blau, Co-Founder, Oxford Climate Journalism Network.

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