Remote production can make face-to-face interaction and creative exchange difficult. It requires alternative ways to capture the atmosphere and energy of a live event and inspire the team.
Despite these challenges, remote event productions also offer benefits such as cost savings, flexibility, and the ability to bring in experts from multiple locations. With the right planning, technology and collaboration, these challenges can be met successfully.
We supported one of the first, if not the first remote event production ever, back in 2013 for ESPN in the wake of the X-Games in Tignes in the French Alps, with a fiber-based 1 GigEthernet connection from Tignes to New York on the ESPN network.
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