TVT was seen recently at the top of One World Trade Center on the Observatory deck helping new fight promotion Karate Combat bring their dreams to reality through or production and technical expertise. Check out the replay at www.karate.com .
TVT was seen during the Winter and Spring of 2018 providing, tech management, audio capture and multi-cam infrastructure for the Netflix and David Letterman’s new show. It was a pleasure getting to be a part of such a wonderful production.
This Winter TVT was running around Northern New Jersey helping SpringHill Entertainment capture Season 1 of Best Shot - a documentary series released on Youtube about the Central Newark High School Boys Basketball Team.
In 2017 TvTech had it’s hands all over the Comedy Special. TvT provided technical management, equipment, and infrastructure for the following productions:
– Norm McDonald (Netflix)
– Jerry Seinfeld (Netflix)
– Brian Regan (Netflix)
– Chris Rock (Netflix)
– Tracey Morgan (Netflix)
– Ali Siddiq (Comedy Central)
– Trevor Noah (Comedy Central)
It was truly a pleasure to work for some of Comedy’s great acts and personalities. and we are certainly looking forward to more of it them 2018.
This fall TvTech consultants Kevin Hartmann and Deni Graap tag teamed one of CBS’s largest one off events of the year – “Bruno Mars Live at the Apollo.” It was a 4 day set-up, shoot, and breakdown. TvTech spearheaded a large crew into this very complicated and intense production. The first day of shooting took place outside on top of the Apollo Marquee on 125th Street. The first day ended up being a 7 camera multicam production with 2 jibs – one on each side of the street. The final two show days were spent inside the Apollo. To accommodate the productions’ desire of a very cinematic live 12 camera event, TvTech utilized All Mobile Video’s 4k Production Trailer Zurich. The concert was shot and cut entirely in 4k using the Sony F55. When it was time to roll to record, production required a Phoenix Crane, Scorpio Techno Crane, Steadicam, two dolly camera positions, and one rail camera system. This a scenario TvTech thrives on. Kevin and Deni were able to smoothly manage and execute all of the technical requirements and that is what we pride ourselves on!
From May – August 2017, TvTech provided video technical infrastructure and support for the entire Frank Ocean “Blonded” Tour. TvTech employees Greg Kanan and Jake Hartmann began at the Brooklyn Naval Yard in late spring helping Spike Jonze and his team technically design and execute the creative for Frank Ocean’s live show. The show ended up using 13 cameras of different makes and flavors run out to the downstage edge of the 80′ thrust that Mr. Ocean performed on at each festvcal. TvTech was ultimately responsible for providing, and building all camera connectivity of which there were 13, along with a live switched 2 M/E feed. The first M/E fed 1 large inner LED Wall. The second M/E fed the festivals outer iMAG LED Walls. Furthermore, we were also responsible for iso records of all the camera feeds, along with a full redundant program record. TvTech toured with the the crew and our gear made the rounds as well. All in all, between June and August, TvTech successfully built and maintained each show over 8 dates around the world. The Blonded Tour traveled to Denmark, England (twice), Sweden, Finland, NYC, LA, and Canada.
Tv Tech provides technical consultation, management, and equipment for Comedy Central's new late night show.
TvTech back was back at it again with more fashion week events - this time in support of Boiler Room and Fendi. The webcast was highlighted by performances with Migos and more!
Principal TM Tony P. comes through again with another flawless People's Choice Awards. Looking forward to another in 2018.
Sunday Best, BET’s Gospel singing competition show wrapped up its eighth and final season by bringing back the stars from the previous seasons and ending with a LIVE Finale that took place on Aug 30. TV Tech has been a part of the show since 2011, providing technical management services and technical support throughout each taping. The season finale was the first live finale and was extremely successful. TV Tech staffed & managed the technical positions of the show, managed equipment, vendors, and technically engineered the show for live broadcast. Altogether, working on Sunday Best over the last several years has been an awesome experience for the TV Tech Team, and the live finale was an exciting way for the series to come to a close.