TV Pro Gear recently designed and engineered two new Flypaks™ to showcase at the National Association of Broadcasters trade show held in Las Vegas. The new systems (called Generation-5) employ carbon fiber and a unique suspension systems built into the wheels for better protection against shocks. The Gen-5 system has 15% more rack space yet they are lighter, smaller with improved better ergonomics.
Silver Chalice Networks and 120 Sports rented TV Pro Gear’s newest Flypack to shoot interviews with players and coaches.
TV Pro Gear has completed building a 35 foot video production truck for GISL TV4 located in Trinidad. Built on a Gerling & Associates rivet free box...
TV Pro Gear was one of the sponsors that participated in the SMPTE (Society of Motion Pictures & Television Engineers) 2014 Annual Conference & Exhibition.
TV Pro Gear was hired to shoot the first UCFTI (U.S. China Film & Television Industry) Expo held at the Los Angeles Convention Center on September 15th and 16th 2014.
TV Pro Gear was hired by Mind Over Eye and Infinity Automobiles to shoot the 2014 Concours d’Elegance at Pebble Beach, California.
TV Pro Gear partnered with east coast company: Flypack NEW YORK, to record and stream live the new Brave Frontier game.
TV Pro Gear is in the process of building a 32’ video truck for GISL (Government Information Services Limited) TV4 in Trinidad.
Action Television hired TV Pro Gear to shoot the 11th Annual Dodgeball Championship. The event was shot and streamed live from the Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park located in Las Vegas. Action Television is a Denver based online video syndication company.
An interview from the 2014 Cine Gear LA Expo at Paramount Studios with Andrew Maisner of TV Pro Gear, a company that specializes in the design, engineering and assembly of television stations and mobile video production systems.
Inside of the vehicle is what is known as a flypack, a box that holds all the electronics of a TV studio. It is more powerful than CMAC’s studio housed in its downtown Fresno building with similar quality, said Andy Maisner, president of TV Pro Gear, the company that produced the vehicle.