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Thank you so much for your replies, I really appreciate it. I haven’t been provided with any information about the audio set up (although I have asked). I hope that if whatever set-up they have has an XLR output that I will be able to connect in to this (using a XLR to 3.5mm jack converter). I have read online about microphone splitters however it has confused me more than it has helped me.
I am going to attempt the following: Using the lapel microphone wireless transmitter (which is part of the camera equipment) I will hopefully be able to plug this in to wherever the wireless microphone is broadcasting using a converter (as I presume most microphones are XLR) which will then broadcast to the camera.
The other option is a external directional microphone made by Rode. I suppose if this is set up correctly and near a speaker it could record the audio from within the room?
If I get any more information I will provide it. Thanks so much for your help so far.