PBTV IN THE NEWS
Winter news from pbtV
The end of fall and start of winter saw the temperatures drop but the demand for LED screens rose. PBTV was busy across the country supplying LED video solutions to concerts, television, corporate events, stage productions and end of the year award shows.
The PBTV Winter 2017 Newsletter has more about the LED solutions PBTV supplied for designers and producers on projects for Sports Illustrated, Miss Universe, The Parisian Woman, and an event at Orlando World Center Marriott.
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Sports Illustrated Sports Person of the Year 2017
PBTV supplied digiLED MK7 7mm for the Sports Illustrated Sports Person of the Year ceremony which was held on December 5th at Barclay’s Center in NYC. Hosted by Joel McHale and broadcast on NBC Sports Network, the winners of this year’s award were JJ Watt of the Houston Texans and Jose Altuve of the Houston Astros, for their efforts to help the city of Houston to recover from Hurricane Harvey.
The screens provided a scenic back drop for presenters as well as playback of pre-produced packages about the nominees and live audience shots.
Gear For Sale
Pete's Big TVs is constantly upgrading and increasing our inventory of video technology, which means we can also offer some great gear for sale as we clear some shelf space. be sure to call us today for great prices on high-quality LED panels.
All of PBTVs used gear has been expertly maintained and still has lots of useful life. PBTV gear for sale is a great option to purchase reliable, mid to high resolution LED video panels.
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WHERE IS PBTV?
Check out today’s office - PBTV provided over 600 panels of digiLED DLPo5.9 panels for client ADM Productions at the Orlando World Center Marriott. The 5.9mm panels were use to create four 20’ diameter semi-circles around the room, each 22’ high. Onstage were three 5.9mm screens, 10’ high x 21’ wide left and right and 10’ high x 26’ wide at center. PBTV also provided crew.