Radamec Goes 'Around the Horn' With Atlantic Video

"Around the Horn," an ESPN program, is now using Radamec remote-controlled robotic pan/tilt equipment to capture video from the offices of major newspapers across the country. The ESPN program is produced by Washington-based Atlantic Video, which controls the broadcast from a new studio facility located at New York's M
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"Around the Horn," an ESPN program, is now using Radamec remote-controlled robotic pan/tilt equipment to capture video from the offices of major newspapers across the country. The ESPN program is produced by Washington-based Atlantic Video, which controls the broadcast from a new studio facility located at New York's Madison Square Garden.

On "Around the Horn," sports writers from the Dallas Morning Star, the Chicago Sun Times, the Boston Globe, the Denver Post and the Washington Post discuss the latest sports news and talk. The remote-controlled Radamec HK 435 pan/tilt heads give the show a smoother, more polished look. The facilities are available to other broadcast clients outside of the daily production time for "Around the Horn."

Up to eight HK 435 heads can be controlled from a single location. Taking advantage of this feature, Atlantic Video installed three Radamec systems in its Madison Square Garden studio.