03.04.2005 04:06 PM
Atlantic Video Launches Remote Productions Division
Capitalizing on its production management expertise in studio production, Atlantic Video (www.atlanticvideo.com) has launched a new division that will provide turn key production management services for location based multi-camera television shows and corporate events. In addition the company, which has facilities in Washington DC and New York City, plans to open two new satellite offices in Los Angeles and Miami.

Headed by Director of Remote Operations Daniel Dailey, who has extensive experience in remote productions with ABC, ESPN, OLN, TBS, TNT, MTV and FOX networks; Atlantic Video is poised to enter the remote productions marketplace.

"Atlantic Video is utilizing its management, creative and technical talent in the management of live shows to provide addition services in markets beyond our New York and Washington DC broadcast centers and across the globe wherever a client is looking for a single sourcing solution for multi-camera live events,” comments Todd Mason, Atlantic Video president.

With the number of remote productions Atlantic Video has undertaken in the past few years, the company has created a new division and expanded its locations technical management team that will be backed by Atlantic Video’s extensive network of production capabilities.

Having already created strategic alliances with multiple remote truck units, broadcasters, and network clients; Dailey and the Remote Production Division are now fully capable of providing unmatched remote production management services on budget and on time.


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