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ASG Ships Remote Production Kits as Clients Face At-Home Content Creation Challenges Posted: 11/05/2020
ASG Ships Remote Production Kits as Clients Face At-Home Content Creation Challenges

Advanced Systems Group has shipped more than 120 remote production kits to its clients over the past two months, as content creators have continued to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“The broadcast technical community has stepped up with creative solutions to enable video production to continue outside of traditional studio environments, and corporate communications professionals have followed suit,” said Dave Van Hoy, president of ASG. “As an industry, we have learned the importance of providing high-quality equipment for content creators working from home. Our remote production kits are helping clients produce professional results despite the inherent limitations of at-home productions.”

Designed to accommodate various levels of expertise, ASG’s remote production kits collect the equipment necessary to produce and stream professional video content, including lighting kits, laptops, high-quality microphones, and DSLR cameras with desktop tripods and prompters. While working around current equipment inventory shortages, ASG works with clients to customize each kit to meet the workflow requirements of specific production team members. 

ASG also provides training and best practices as needed for on-camera talent who are now responsible for their own production support. Units are available now and can be shipped directly to the homes of content creators.

Tags: remote production | at-home production | broadcast | corporate video | systems integrator
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ASG Strengthens Los Angeles Sales, Service Efforts with Industry Veteran Team of Kym Cannon and Kelli Clark Posted: 24/03/2020
ASG Strengthens Los Angeles Sales, Service Efforts with Industry Veteran Team of Kym Cannon and Kelli Clark

Advanced Systems Group (ASG), a leading media technology and engineering firm, today announced it has added the team of Kymberly Cannon and Kelli Clark to enhance sales and service efforts across Southern California. Cannon, a regional sales manager, and Clark, a solutions engineer, worked together at Quantum before joining ASG earlier this month.

Before Clark was a solutions architect at Quantum, she served for 23 years as the senior SAN/fiber channel architect and supervising engineer for 20th Century Fox, and also held technical roles for Pixar Animation Studios and Skywalker Sound. Cannon spent seven years as a regional sales manager for Quantum, often partnering with ASG on top strategic accounts. Previously, she was an account manager for Dell EMC/Isilon, HP, CommVault, and HDS.

While ASG has been an established media and entertainment service provider in Los Angeles for almost a decade, the company also supports high-end corporate video clients representing a diverse group of industries in the region. The Los Angeles office is led by Andy Darcy, who relocated to the market in 2018 after previously handling business development for ASG’s New York-based operations.

“This was a rare opportunity to recruit a successful industry team to our Los Angeles operations,” said Dave Van Hoy, president of ASG. “With Kym and Kelli, we look forward to building our customer base across a number of vertical markets, growing our Managed Services efforts, and continuing to lead with service across Southern California.”

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Tags: ASG | Quantum | systems integrator | Los Angeles | media engineering | media technology | corporate video
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ASG Serves as Founding Member of Silicon Valley Video, Inaugural March 12 Event Will Tour LinkedIn Studios Posted: 18/02/2020
ASG Serves as Founding Member of Silicon Valley Video, Inaugural March 12 Event Will Tour LinkedIn Studios

Advanced Systems Group (ASG), a leading media technology and engineering firm, today announced it is a founding member and sponsor of Silicon Valley Video (SV.V), a new international information resource for tech industry leaders in the San Francisco Bay Area. The association’s first event, “IP Academy,” will be held March 12 at 5 p.m. at LinkedIn Studios in Mountain View, Calif. Registration is free to qualified video professionals at siliconvalley.video.

“IP Academy” will discuss the benefits and potential drawbacks of moving to an IP-based infrastructure in today’s corporate video environment. Gary D. Schneider, manager of broadcast systems engineering and lead media systems architect for LinkedIn Corporation, will serve as conference chair and keynote speaker. The four-hour program will also include dinner, networking opportunities, panel discussions with video technology experts, and tours of the LinkedIn production facilities.

 

Produced in association with Sports Video Group, which has supported the professional sports production industry since 2006, SV.V is dedicated to developing educational resources for the video production teams of Silicon Valley tech companies. Industry leaders will serve on an advisory board to help the association produce events and provide platforms for professional development. A portion of all SV.V proceeds will support local community causes and initiatives.

 

 

Tags: ASG | SVG | SVV | corporate video | video production | NAB | NAB 2020 | NAB 2020
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Barclays Africa Group Installs Ultra HD 4K Solution from Blackmagic Design Posted: 29/08/2017
Barclays Africa Group Installs Ultra HD 4K Solution from Blackmagic Design
Blackmagic Design has today announced that its infrastructure products have been integrated by Barclays Africa Group Limited as part of an Ultra HD 4K studio workflow for corporate video production. The solution features the Blackmagic Studio Camera 4K for acquisition alongside the ATEM 1 M/E Production Studio 4K and Smart Videohub 20x20.
Tags: Blackmagic Design | Barclays Africa Group | Corporate Video Production | Ultra HD 4K Workflow | Johannesburg | Equinox Facility
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Verizon Digital Media Services now offers integrated Microsoft Azure Storage Posted: 18/04/2017
Verizon Digital Media Services now offers integrated Microsoft Azure Storage
Verizon Digital Media Services announced today it is extending its relationship with Microsoft to make cloud-based storage from Microsoft Azure available to all Verizon Digital Media Services Edgecast Content Delivery Network (CDN) users. Azure Storage will now power Verizon STORE, the cloud-based origin storage offering on the Edgecast CDN, providing an even more convenient option for resilient, infinitely scalable object storage that is ideal for media and metadata.
Tags: Verizon Digital Media Services | Microsoft Azure Storage | content | high volume storage | delivery | broadcast | cable | corporate video
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New Royalty Free Music at BVE 2015 Posted: 18/02/2015
New Royalty Free Music at BVE 2015

AKM Music will be launching exciting new Royalty Free Music CDs & CD downloads at this year 'must see' media show at LONDON Excel on 24 to 26th February 2015
The UK producer will be at STAND C44 offering some amazing 'show only' deals. A perfect opportunity to listen to their whole library and purchase at discounted prices

The new release will include AK175 CORPORATE THEMES , LOOPS SOUNDBEDS plus AK176 ROMANTIC PIANO and AK177 CINEMATICA

Tags: bve 2015 | bve | royalty free music | akm music | copyright free music | production music | music for corporate video | BVE 2015 | BVE 2015
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