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Friday / 01:45 PM
LeSEA Enlists Grass Valley to Equip Production Trucks
Grass Valley provides production center, cameras, routers and multiviewers.
Wednesday / 01:00 PM
NBC Connecticut Unveils First Alert 1 Weather Vehicle
Custom built Jeep Wrangler to help provide hyper local weather to viewers.
Friday / 03:51 PM
NEP Opens Up Shop in Canada
NEP is expanding its North American presence by launching NEP Canada.
Wednesday / 01:48 PM
Ross Video Teams With Mediatec Asia Pacific
Ross Video teams up with Mediatec Asia Pacific from Melbourne, Australia, as the newest Ross openTruck partner.
Thursday / 11:00 AM
Future-Proofing for 4K
CP Communications is building 4K signal carriage capability into HD21, a new 53-foot transmission and master control truck being built for Fox Sports’ golf coverage.
Monday / 05:01 PM
Game Creek Adds Eight Grass Valley Kayenne K-Frame 3G Switchers
Game Creek Video just ordered eight new Kayenne K-Frame switchers for its next set of mobile production projects.
Monday / 04:59 PM
Fox Sports, Evertz, Game Creek Video Launch IP Routing for Trucks
Fox Sports, Evertz Microsystems Inc. and Game Creek Video announced that they will be installing a large-scale IP-based routing system in a production truck.
Friday / 04:37 PM
Game Creek Video Announces Its Largest Growth Year on Record
Game Creek Video said 2014 will be its largest on record in 21 years, with a growing employee count and increased fleet size.

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