There are many video professionals, or folks interested in becoming a video professional, who never get a real look at how broadcast television is produced. I personally got very little exposure to this because video production and broadcast media were not my majors in college. Though several of my friends were majors in those subjects, and I did hear a bit about how television was made, I still can’t say I have a firm grasp on what they actually do. In this “How It’s Made” style video out of Canadian broadcast company Eastlink TV, we can actually get that in-depth look at what teams go through in order to put your favorite sports on your living room television.
Watch How a TV Crew Sets Up for Mobile Broadcast via This “How It’s Made” Style Video
Jaron Schneider is the Editor in Chief of ResourceMagOnline, the Tech Editor for the printed magazine and an internationally published writer from San Francisco, California. Jaron specializes in evaluating video equipment, optics, storage solutions and audio equipment as well as software for the imaging industry. He is also the co-host of Resource Television and the popular ReWrap Podcast. Jaron is also the owner of Schneider Productions, a commercial video company with clients from around the United States including Lowepro, Grammy Award-Winning band "Train," HD Supply, Maurice Lacroix Timepieces, The United States Air Force Thunderbirds and many others.