Here at The Pulse Network, we’re constantly searching for new ways to maximize professional video production, both in our Canton, MA studios and on the road at events.
We’ve used plenty of different solutions here trying to maximize the power of our equipment in a minimal amount of space. The goal is to pack the punch of a full-scale TV Studio without filling four full rooms with equipment and staff. One of the solutions that we’ve found great success with is the NewTek Tricaster.
We used the TriCaster, along with a litany of other products, to help broadcast live from the South Lobby of the 2012 NAB Show. In a small space, we were able to set up and execute a high-definition multiple camera shoot, complete with multiple outside production machines feeding our broadcast, and send it back out, fully produced, to our live stream over embedded SDI.
NewTek also created a fair amount of buzz on their own at The NAB Show, debuting a new product that they hope will change the game for portable live production.
We had a chance to sit down with Philip Nelson, SVP of Artist & Media Relations at NewTek to discuss NewTek’s newest products, and why they find the NAB Show so valuable.
For more content from the 2012 NAB Show, be sure to check out The Pulse on NAB show.