08.17.2007 12:00 AM
AT&T Tech Channel gets turnkey services from NEP Studios
NEP Studios announced that AT&T Tech Channel, the newly launched “online video destination for everything tech” from telecommunications giant AT&T, contracted a broad range of its services. NEP Studios is a division of NEP Broadcasting, a provider of outsourced teleproduction services for delivery of live sports and entertainment events.

AT&T Tech Channel delivers a wide variety of technology-related news, talk, drama and even comedy programming in punchy, entertaining segments. Programming includes a daily up-to-the-minute tech-news show, the “Daily Byte,” as well as the “Hugh Thompson Show,” “Random Access Theater,” and “Trumpeter Swans.”

“NEP provided the studio and the entire production crew for every episode of the ‘Hugh Thompson Show,” said show producer Suzanne Mitchell. “We also did another show, ‘Trumpeter Swans,’ with a remote truck and crew they provided. NEP has been very accommodating.”

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