ATM Broadcast Premiers a New HD OBVan

With an investment of more than half million euros, ATM Broadcast launches a new versatile solution based on the highest technological levels

ATM Broadcast has already available ATM-10, the new HD OB Van up to 10 cameras that completes its offer for the provision of service in High Definition.

All the engineering confirming this OB Van was thought to assist the needs of TV producers and directors. David Llorente, Operation Manager in ATM Broadcast, explains that ATM-10 is a versatile solution thought to assist the different kind of productions and transmissions. “With this OB Van we can produce both a controlled recording from a TV Set or unilateral productions and live events multi-camera, and all in HD”, he commented.

This OB Van has eight spacious work positions, separating the operational staff from the direction staff, and sound in independent cabin. It also has the possibility of configuration up to 10 cameras, 2 EVS, video mixer with 2 M/E and all the monitoring with configurable multi-view system in 55 inches screens.


Llorente emphasized the benefits of this OB Van for its versatility. “We have been especially concerned for creating a tool that makes the communications and the interrelation between those operating it easier”, he explained.



ATM-10 is the result of a detailed work, in which are captured all the details needs by the directors and TV producers. “Along all our years of experience, we have been taking notes of what each of our customers needed, and as a result of this we have built this OB Van, that escapes from the standards of the conventional OB Vans existing in the market, with a very well elaborated engineering.


Evaristo Cobos, CEO of ATM Broadcast, reveled “This OB Van completes our offer for the numerous services of technical assistance that we provide, and it has involved an investment of more than half million euros. ATM-10 has an avant-garde equipment result of our experience with our customers and the incorporation of the last technology, presented in the most important broadcast exhibitions worldwide, like IBC and NAB”.