09.21.2005 01:10 PM
Clear Channel rolls out 32ft HD production truck


The new unit is equipped with eight Sony F750 HD cameras, two POV cameras and a Ross Video MDX-1 switcher or MDX-4 multi-format switcher, depending on the event.
Clear Channel HD Mobile, a division of Clear Channel Television, has built its first mobile HD production truck.

Based in Little Rock, AR, the 32ft straight body truck can navigate alleys, city streets and other tight quarters that are difficult for 53ft units.

The unit is equipped with eight Sony F750 HD cameras, two POV cameras and a Ross Video MDX-1 switcher or MDX-4 multi-format switcher, depending on the event.

In addition, the truck, which can also cover SD events, features an on-board, multi-track recording studio based around a Yamaha digital audio console.

For more information, visit www.clearchannel.com.

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