11.07.2002 12:00 AM
Game Creek Mobile Truck to Use Pesa Router
Game Creek Video has just installed a Pesa Cheetah 448 Flexi-Frame routing switcher in its new 53-foot expanding mobile production truck dubbed the "Southern Cross."

Housed in a compact 27RU frame, the Game Creek Cheetah is configured asn SD video router with 192 inputs and 384 outputs. To maximize efficiency for analog routing and monitoring, 288 outputs were fitted with Cheetah's internal 10-bet, broadcast-quality D/A piggyback cards.

With the addition of the Southern Cross, Hudson, NH-based Game Creek Video now has seven production units and five "B" units for sporting event coverage. Its customers include ABC, CBS, NBC, ESPN, NBO, Lifetime, Major League Baseball, NBA Entertainment, and USA Network.

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