Technical Challenges Of Live Mobile Production
The free webinar, the second in a series hosted by Miranda, will take place on Thursday, January 23 at 11 a.m. EST and will provide valuable insights into, and rank, the technical challenges facing mobile production pros, especially setup time, power and weight limitations. Free registration is available at http://www.miranda.com/prod-spot/2013/29-WEBINAR-TRUCKS/index.html
There is no shortage of opinion as to which technologies slow down mobile truck setup most. Josh Gordon says, “During initial interviews, many told us camera placement and setup slowed setup the most, others told us it was graphics. When we surveyed an industry-wide sample and ranked 13 different technologies, laying cable/fiber/triax was first, while camera placement and set up came in second.”
The study also found anomalies. For example, during mobile production setup, respondents rated the audio side as largely unproblematic, but once the productions had begun, almost 40% of respondents said audio issues in the control room had interfered with a live production.
To ensure the research is presented in a real world context, NEP’s George Hoover will offer his insights on the survey’s findings. Hoover is one of the most seasoned professionals working in mobile production today and has developed keen insights on the required technologies and the best ways to apply them in a truck environment.
Industry Report: Responding to the Challenges of Live Production
Date/Time: Thursday, January 23, 11 a.m. EST, 8 am PST
About Josh Gordon Group
The Josh Gordon Group is a marketing services company specializing in the creative use of research to uncover technology trends and expand clients' understanding of their customers to a new level. Our research-driven process helps organizations succeed by revealing insights about customers not previously known.
For over 23 years, Miranda Technologies has been a leading worldwide provider of hardware and software solutions for the television broadcast, cable, satellite and IPTV industry. Its solutions span the full breadth of television operations, including production, playout and delivery. With a wealth of experience in delivering IT-based and traditional television systems, Miranda leverages its expertise to create the highest quality solutions available and delivers, deploys and supports them with a company-wide commitment to keeping the customer first. Miranda was acquired in July 2012 by St. Louis-based Belden Inc. and is the cornerstone of its broadcast division. Belden is a worldwide leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of cables, connectivity and networking products for many industries including broadcast, entertainment, consumer electronics, education, transportation and industrial automation.