In the world of mobile television production trucks, most companies offer two basic types of vehicles: sports and entertainment. If you inquire about renting a truck, most companies will send you a list of the equipment on board and a flat price.
Like everything else in today’s economy, video rental and service companies — especially those based in New York City or Los Angeles — have moved from being small niche businesses into major global conglomerates with a who’s who of major media clients.
TV stations have mostly parked their satellite trucks and ENG vans in favor of mobile bi-directional wireless digital systems such as bonded cellular, wireless, and direct-to-modem wired internet connections. Is Starlink part of the future?
We discuss the accelerating evolution of immersive media experiences & consumer technology, whether the mainstream media is keeping pace with the gamification of media consumption and the exponential growth in delivery capacity that will be required to support mass audience consumption.