PBTV IN THE NEWS
FALL news from pbtV
The past few months LED screens have been the hot item for shows and PBTV supplied them to festivals, concerts, television, stage productions and even rolled out our mobile video solutions to large crowd events. Read all about where we have been in our Fall 2017 Newsletter.
PBTV supplied gear and custom solutions for designers and producers alike for projects such as STEVE, TRL on MTV, Summer Concerts, and events needing Mobile Video solutions.
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On Sept 5th, Steve Harvey premiered the new version of his talk show, Steve, that moved from Chicago to Los Angeles. The concept behind the new set was to bring a late-night feel to daytime. PBTV provided a 20’ wide x 11.5’ high digiLED iMAG-R 3.2 high resolution LED screen for the set.
Harvey uses the impressive screen during interviews with his guests, as it is the central backdrop behind his desk. At other times his desk can slide aside and he uses the screen during guest performances and audience contests.
See the screen in action by clicking below.
BET Experience Live
PBTV provided LED screens for the BET Experience at L.A. Live at the Staples Center from June 22 to June 25. The BETX fan fest surrounds the BET Awards.
Pete’s installed two digiLED MK7 7mm 15’ wide x 8’ high ground-supported walls, one at either end of a red carpet, for performances and interviews as well as a DJ booth covered in MK7 modules.
Check out some of the crowd-pleasing performance and learn more about this project by clicking the button below.
WHERE IS PBTV?
Check out today’s office - For the re-launch of MTV’s Total Request Live program, best known as TRL, Pete’ Big TVs was onsite providing a massive high-resolution curved LED video wall, a 9’ by 6’ LED floor consisting of 5.9mm LED modules. and a variety of smaller LED screens. The studio environment was designed by Production Designer Dave Edwards, Principal of the design firm, D Before E, Inc. was assisted by Art Directors Rebecca Lord-Surratt and Andy Broomell. Plus the week of the launch, MTV held events outside the studio and PBTV has supplied a rolling cart with a rear video screen made up of digiLED DLPo5.9 LED modules.