Patching Systems Give New Post-Production Facility Versatility to Support Wide Range of Live TV Productions
GLENDALE, Calif. — May 15, 2012 — Bittree, a provider of professional audio and video patching components, today announced that Paul J. Cox Services has chosen Bittree's patchbay systems for a new, state-of-the-art post-production studio in Los Angeles to support a wide range of high-profile live television productions. The Bittree systems provide maximum technical flexibility to meet the rapidly changing production needs of live television.
"My relationship with Bittree goes back at least 10 years, and I will never hesitate to recommend Bittree patching products for any studio design project I've undertaken," said Paul Cox, owner and project engineer, Paul J. Cox Services. "I can always count on Bittree patching systems for reliability and a consistently high-quality build — as well as Bittree's ability to meet an extremely tight deadline. For our new studio, we had one month to find, equip, and get the facility up and running, and Bittree came through wonderfully with the exact solutions we needed."
For a recent project, Cox was commissioned to take over an existing post house and modify it, installing two large new post-production studios and re-configuring the existing facility. The new post facility includes 16 Bittree Long-Frame, normalling audio patchbays as well as 14 HD WECO video patchbays.
"If you name any popular, high-profile television production, chances are that Bittree patching systems are in use, since rapidly changing conditions need prompt responses," said Glenn Garrard, president of Bittree. "Productions of any size know they can count on Bittree to deliver the top-quality, high-performance, and high-density solution needed for even the most demanding video operations."
More information about Bittree's full range of video and audio patching systems is available by visiting www.bittree.com.