Friday, July 30, 2010

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This year's MLB World Series games on FOX Sports are being brought home to viewers by mobile production companies F&F Productions, from Ft. Myers FL; New Century Productions, from Hudson, NH; and NEP Supershooters, based in Pittsburgh. All will have HD trucks on-site in either Philadelphia or Tampa, FL.

The best-of-seven series between the Philadelphia Phillies and Tampa Bay Rays started on Wednesday, Oct. 22, and is being produced live in the 720p HD format.

F&F Productions will be in Tampa to provide MLB's live international feed (which is viewed by millions throughout the world but with different announcers per region). The company will send its 53ft GTX-15 HD truck complete with a dozen Ikegami HDK-79EC HD CMOS cameras, numerous Fujinon HD lenses, an EVS server, a 90-input Thomson Grass Valley Kalypso HD production switcher, Calrec Alpha audio console, NVISION video router and Thomson Grass Valley Concerto audio router.

For FOX Sports, NCP will send its NCP X expanding drop-deck trailer to Tampa, featuring 16 Thomson Grass Valley LDK 8000 HD cameras, Canon HD lenses, a Panasonic AJ-HDC27H DVCPro camera, a Kalypso HD switcher, Calrec Alpha console with Bluefin technology and a Utah Scientific 400 series router (288 x 705). NCP will cover the game from Tampa Bay live and in its entirety as well as the pre- and post-game shows with 10 LDK 8000 cameras in fixed locations throughout Tropicana Field stadium, and six hand-held LDK 8000s will roam the venue.

NEP Supershooters will have its SS17 all-HD production truck in Philadelphia at Citizens Bank Park to provide coverage for MLB as well as for FOX Sports. It carries 10 Ikegami HDK-79EC HD cameras, Canon HD lenses, two Sony HDC3300 slow-motion cameras, a Thomson Grass Valley Kalypso HD switcher, a Thomson Grass Valley Trinix (160 x 128) HD/SDI video router and Calrec Sigma digital console. The SS-17 also features a Thomson Grass Valley Concerto audio router with 288 x 288 I/O for AES sources and 64 x 64 for analog stereo signals.

Source Citation
"Production companies bring the MLB World Series home." Broadcast Engineering [Online Exclusive] (2008). General OneFile. Web. 30 July 2010.
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