You know video is the way to go, and the content you want to share would be optimized using video, but now what? What kind of infrastructure needs to be installed? What is the best hardware to purchase and from where?
If you work with an experienced professional, like Production Craft, you’ll be able to tell them what you want to use it for, and they will be able to pick and choose from an arsenal of products, what would be best to serve your needs and stay within your budget. Check out some samples of our work below, or contact us for a free consultation and to learn more about in-house development.
Client Case Studies
We were thrilled to provide custom-tailored in-house video solutions to some of our key clients below:
CNBC – By assembling the system at Production Craft’s office and installing and testing it over one weekend, we minimized downtime for the CNBC Chicago Bureau. The Bureau closed at 5pm on a Friday, we went to work installing a camera and edit system to transmit broadcasts to CNBC’s headquarters, and the Bureau was up and running Monday morning at 8am.
MORNINGSTAR, INC. – We engineered an in-house television studio, designed to allow television networks like CNBC, Bloomberg Television and stations nationwide to conduct live satellite interviews with Morningstar analysts. The studio also provides streaming video broadcasts to the Morningstar.com website.
CME GROUP – We designed, installed, and currently maintain six pre-lit robotic camera setups and an HD broadcast control room. Shots from our system can be seen on an average of 80 times a day on national and worldwide broadcasts.
MANPOWER, INC. – Our turn-key system is locally controlled by Manpower employees, providing national and international broadcasters immediate access to Manpower’s experts at the flip of a switch. The system also provides for off air video monitoring and local recording of Manpower television appearances.