Neither Rain, Nor Cold, Nor Early Call Times Prevent MTI From Getting the Job Done.
MTI was contracted by consulting firm PLUS Communications to produce the livestreaming of a news conference about a proposed new location for the FBI’s headquarters. This was Virginia’s turn to make its case, and so the crew set up at the NVCC Medical Education Campus in Springfield, Va.
Once again, an MTI-produced event was covered by the Washington Post, which wrote that “Gov. Glenn Youngkin, U.S. Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine, and nearly every other political leader from northern Virginia” were in attendance.
With such an illustrious group on hand, the pressure was definitely on. The crew had a hard 6:30 a.m. arrival time to be ready to go live on Youtube at 8:40. Once again, John Bogley was the Director/Technical Director, audio was handled by Josh Roberts, and Albert Liesegang was the Camera Operator.
The client supplied the hard-wired Internet connection. MTI provided all the necessary equipment, including the Sony FS7 MII, Apurture lights, the Behringer audio board and podium and wireless microphones, and a PA system.
The morning was wet and chilly, as the photos attest, though it did clear up in time for the speeches–and the livestreaming was not affected. To see how well MTI came through you may watch the video on Youtube here.
Whether or not the FBI chooses to relocate to Virginia, Metro Teleproductions’ efforts helped make the day a success.
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