05.09.2008 12:00 AM
Game Creek Orders QuStream Routing Gear
Hudson, N.H.-based outdoor broadcaster, Game Creek Video, is expanding the company’s routing capability with a new QuStream Cheetah routing system. The unit consists of a 384x720 HD frame, power supplies and frame controller, along with a 144x144 HD switching matrix, a Cheetah Distributed Routing System, conversion equipment, video and audio synchronization equipment and associated control gear.

“This order continues our expanding investment into new HD Mobile Production Units,” said Paul Bonar, Game Creek Video vice president of engineering. “We made a very careful evaluation of routers many years ago and perform new evaluations each time we start a new project. QuStream products like the Cheetah video and DRS audio routing systems continue to top the list for us. Add to that the FortelDTV conversion products, customer support and superb sales staff and you’ll understand why we have QuStream products in over 90 percent of our total fleet.”

Game Creek Video operates a number of mobile video production trucks for clients including ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, HBO and NBC.

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