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Re: Remote equipment for sports broadcasting
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Subject: Re: Remote equipment for sports broadcasting
From: Dan Grimes <dangrimes@sosradio.net>
Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2018 16:01:54 -0800
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One thing I consider with remote productions is how to balance the budget with the number of interconnects.  The more one piece of equipment can do, the more it costs.  But then it has less interconnects.  The fewer the interconnects, the less labor and time it takes to hook it all up, less troubleshooting is necessary, and the skill level of the operators can be lower.  I think it should to the point that a technician/engineer does not need to go to the field, letting the producer and talent do their own hookups.  But that does cost more.

-Dan


On 11/9/2018 3:43 PM, Mike wrote:

You have lots more budget than I’ve ever had (!) so my list is for those trying to do this “on the cheap.” 

Mike Shane in Omaha
On November 9, 2018 at 2:13 PM Tim Roberts <tim@kmocfm.com> wrote:

Dan,
That would be ideal. Looks like there could be up to $12,000 available for equipment purchases from various booster club supporters.


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