Gearhouse Broadcast is an internationally recognised broadcast Systems Integrator with a wealth of experience that covers every aspect of systems implementation from consultancy through to planning, engineering, project management, design, installation, commissioning, training, maintenance and aftercare support.
With many years broadcast systems experience, our Systems Integration division expertise lies in the provision of solutions for Studios, Outside Broadcast Facilities, Transmission and Automation, Master Control Rooms, Broadcast Cabling and outside broadcast truck builds.
As a global system integrator, it is our job to help clients choose the best available engineering and cost effective solutions for their project. We deliver everything clients expect from a system integrator – reliability, flexibility, quality and cost effectiveness.
Our Systems Integration division has completed many high specification turnkey projects for some of the world’s leading broadcasters which include broadcast studio facilities, outside broadcast production vehicles, multilateral and unilateral cable installations and flyaway solutions.
Gearhouse Broadcast have also completed numerous high definition, custom built, multi-format outside broadcast truck builds servicing the UK and International markets.
Working with the client, we offer a complete outsource solution comprising pre-build and pre-installation consultancy services, project management, installation, commissioning, training and where appropriate, on-going maintenance and support following completion of the build or installation.
- Project Management
- Design & Engineering
- Technical Training
- After Sales Support
- Stadiums & Arenas
- OB Truck Installations
- Technical Operation Centres
- Broadcast Facilities
- 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 →