Ross Video Forges Partnership with Niles Media Group

Ross Video designs, manufactures and supports a wide range of innovative products for use in live production applications

Independent Mobile Company, Niles Media Group, partners with Ross Video to develop a transformative remote production workflow featuring Ross Technology.

Niles Media Group, based out of Kansas City, MO, will initially be equipping 3 mobile units, 1 studio facility and 1 training center with Ross broadcast equipment, including Vision and Carbonite Production Switchers, XPression Graphic Systems, and NK Series Routers with plans of incorporating more equipment over the next 4 years.

“Niles Media Group is elated to enter this partnership with Ross Video,” said John Denison, CTO of the Niles Media Group. “By working with Ross on non-traditional production methodologies, we will be able to create workflow more efficiently than anyone else in the industry, thereby enabling us to provide award-winning productions for our customers. Ross is the industry leader in manufacturing high-quality, high-tech production equipment and we are pleased to be working together to bring the power of Ross Video to remote productions in the USA


“As we enter a new partnership with this innovative remote production company, we look forward to making remote production more efficient while maintaining the highest production standards,” said David Ross, CEO, Ross Video. “We are entering into a partnership that will benefit Niles, Ross, and the viewers.”

About Niles Media Group
Niles Media Group is a Missouri Corporation dedicated to excellence in media content creation, sales and distribution. Niles brings an extraordinary passion to contribute to the development and growth of the Kansas City community and economy. NMG serves a diverse client list ranging from high school, College broadcasts featuring the NAIA, UMKC, and the Missouri Valley Conference, to the NFL pre-season productions for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Distribution platforms range from webcasts, local and national cable, to traditional over-the-air television.