Gearhouse Broadcast’s Project Solutions division offers total broadcast facilities for major televised events, combining consultancy and operational knowledge to produce cost effective broadcast solutions for high profile sporting events, reality programming and live or near live broadcast.
Project Solutions design, planning, installation and operations work has covered International Broadcast Centres, Technical Operations Centres, Production Control Rooms, Edit Suites, ENG facilities, Studios and uni-lateral and multi-lateral Cable Installations.
Working with leading technical and production specialists we have an excellent track record in large scale, complex events and are world renowned for the provision of high quality production facilities and project management support.
Our close relationships with leading manufacturers’ assists in the development of solutions which make use of the latest and most fit for purpose technology. Through the consultancy, planning, design and set up we manage the operation from pre-production through to the provision of logistics management, crewing and the co-ordination of on-site infrastructure.
The company’s portfolio of major international televised events speaks volumes of our abilities in the field of broadcast solutions. We have provided facilities for FIFA World Cups and the UEFA Euro Championships, IRB Rugby World Cups, Olympic and Commonwealth Games, tennis tournaments such as the ATP World Tour, the Australian Open, the US Open and Wimbledon to reality programmes like I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
- Project Management
- Design & Engineering
- Training & After Sales Support
- International Broadcast Centres
- Technical Operation Centres
- Production Control Rooms
- Uni-Lateral and Multi-Lateral Cable Installations
Gearhouse Broadcast, a leading supplier of specialist broadcast solutions has become the UK’s developer and distributor of Aperi’s live IP media function virtualisation (MFV). The agreement is part of Gearhouse’s ongoing commitment to developing new technologies for the broadcast industry … Continue reading →