LIVE Broadcast Production Service Levels

We provide you the service you need

Level One

Cost: FREE

You've already got an A/V crew. Great! We will tell you what you need to go live and we give you the access codes and time slot for a channel. You provide your own broadcast production crew, graphics, on-camera talent, interviews, sponsor commercial roll-ins, etc. You are responsible for the entire production.

Level Two

Cost: $2500 for any location in the USA

We send a technician to your event. The technician sets up the transmitter/encoder, interfaces with your in-house A/V crew to ensure that the feed from your in-house cameras and audio go onto the broadcast correctly. The technician stays on site for the duration of your event to continue to monitor the broadcast. You are responsible for any sponsor logos or commercial insertions into the broadcast. You provide the cameras, switcher, audio hardware, on-camera talent, interviews, etc for the entire broadcast, we provide the transmitter/encoder and make sure it's working properly.

Level Three

Cost: To Be Determined based on specific production needs

We do all the work for the broadcast. We provide all of the cameras, switcher, on-camera talent and personnel. You can give us your sponsors logos and commercials and we will insert them into the broadcast. We will interface with your in-house A/V system for one of the video and audio feeds. All other input sources come from us. We will conduct live interviews with performers, generate b-roll, uplink everything and monitor everything from start to finish. All we need from you is your sponsors content and a feed from the in-house system so we can include it in the broadcast.
Live broadcast production is not the same as live event production.
We are not a replacement for your in-house AV crew.
A live broadcast is a separate production process from a live event at an arena, even if the two are at the same place. You need to have crew for your live event and crew for the broadcast also. Most live event production crew does not automatically shoot interviews with performers, insert logos and commercials and lower thirds on the broadcast feed, work with on-camera talent to fill in between band breaks while the AV production crew is setting up for the next artist to come on stage. The needs of a broadcast are almost always outside the scope of what the event A/V crew was hired for. The A/V is too busy producing your event to be handling the broadcast needs also. YOU NEED A SEPARATE CREW FOR BROADCAST.