Bexel Acquired By NEP Group

Since Bexel has recently been acquired by NEP Group, it will be present at IBC 2017 on the NEP Group, stand, 14.A30.

In August NEP Group announced the acquisition of Bexel. This acquisition integrates two strong organizations and expands their ability to provide a comprehensive, one-stop set of solutions to broadcast clients in virtually every region and territory around the globe.

Celebrating more than 35 years of broadcast excellence, Bexel skillfully delivers unparalleled production services and engineering expertise for some of the world’s largest televised events. Bexel has mastered the art of service from concept to completion, and its unique solutions equip broadcasters to capture powerful content anywhere in the world. Bexel’s specialized broadcast offerings include fiber optics, specialty cameras, 4K solutions, graphics, custom flypacks, and RF intercom, as well as systems integration, managed services, enterprise solutions, and product sales. Since 1981, Bexel has continually enhanced and evolved the media production experience

Bexel will continue to sell specific services under its own brand, and operate out of existing facilities in California and Texas, providing broadcast equipment rentals, scalable flypack systems, extensive fiber optic inventory, specialty and robotic cameras, RF audio and intercom, and more.

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