We developed credibility in the music scene through early relationships with legends like The Rolling Stones, The Grateful Dead and Bruce Springsteen. We’ve handled the staging for The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony since it was just a dinner in the ballroom at the Waldorf Astoria.

Over time our scope has evolved to address the needs of many other markets, such as building out solutions for major sporting events like the Olympics, as well as handling special events including the Papal visits and the opening of the 9/11 Memorial in New York.

At the end of the day, our dynamic team consistently implements creative solutions to deliver maximum results in any environment - and we love to exceed expectations.


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Peter Daniel, President and CEO of Pete’s Big TVs, co-founded Performance A/V, a highly successful large-screen video rental company in 1986.  When Performance A/V disbanded in 2003, he went on to form Pete’s Big TVs. In addition to the day-to-day oversight of the company and client relations, he works closely with manufacturers and suppliers around the world to develop the high-quality products offered by the company.



Guy Benjamin, Vice President, joined Pete’s Big TVs in January 2003.  Guy teamed with Peter after many shared projects dating back to the Grateful Dead and Rolling Stones in 1989. Prior to working with Pete’s Big TVs, he worked with Anne at Production Arts Lighting in New York and later in Los Angeles.






The newest addition to the team, Account Representative Anne Johnston joined PBTV in January 2014. Previously, Anne had been in charge of global marketing for PRG. She first met both Pete and Guy when she was working with Pani projection on the Rolling Stones’ Steel Wheels tour in 1989.



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Joe Boas, Inventory Manager, had known PBTVs work when he previously handled estimating for video at Tait so when he relocated to Delaware he contacted Pete’s and joined the team. Joe is enjoying the challenge of organizing the vast array of gear that comes with being at PBTV, a company that has just the right video technology and all the accompanying bits and pieces needed to successfully build any video project.


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Brent Jones

Brent Jones is a project manager with over 15 years experience in the live entertainment video industry. He has been with Pete’s since 2004 and can be found onsite at some of PBTVs most complex projects. With no two days the same in our business, Brent takes challenging projects in stride, bringing a strong understanding of what is needed to get the most out of today’s video technology.


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Jack Miller has been with Pete’s since 2008, starting first as a driver and now is the Warehouse Manager. His understanding of what it takes to get a job on the truck and the truck on the road comes from his prior experience with UPS, of course now he knows what is in all the boxes. In fact, Jack takes great pride in ensuring that when a job goes out it is prepped right. He enjoys when PBTV is busy, noting, 'An empty warehouse is always a good thing.’