CP Communications, a provider of products and services for live event productions, has launched Red House Streaming (RHS) Studios, a professional studio and network operations center (NOC).
The company described this site comprising two adjacent 600-square-foot spaces as the cornerstone of its growing in-house production business, designed to highlight technology from its Red House Streaming brand focused exclusively on IP, cloud, and bonded cellular transmission.
Located at CP Communications’ headquarters in St. Petersburg, Florida, RHS Studios will serve multiple functions. The studio itself will be the central production hub for clients in the broadcast and professional AV space, while the NOC, staffed with RHS technicians, enables remote management of production and content delivery tasks.
Current TV and video production clients of RHS streaming technologies and the NOC include The Switch and Venn, Verona Productions, CBS Sports Network, B-Live and Carr-Hughes Productions.
“The Red House Streaming Studios concept is to establish an ecosystem that makes it convenient and quick for clients to launch new productions and immediately begin live streaming,” said Kurt Heitmann, CEO, CP Communications. “We have established partnerships and can support at-home productions with professional quality on short notice.”
Clients can book RHS Studios for in-house projects, with 5,000 square feet of additional open space available for larger shoots. CP Communications and RHS will also use the studio for two-way customer demos. This capability allows new products and innovations to be demonstrated, including the RHS family of CamSTREAM content acquisition and streaming products.
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