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Token Creek upgrades mobile production truck to HD with EVS XT3 servers


Token Creek

The leading provider of mobile television production facilities decided to upgrade the Chippewa truck from SD to HD to satisfy the growing demand for HD by its cable and sports network customers. With the help of systems integrator Becks Associates, Token Creek completely stripped out the SD truck, built a new interior, and re-integrated the trailer as a new HD unit. A lot of time was spent working with the equipment and dimensions to design a new, efficient working space and achieve the work environment they wanted.

EVS XT3 servers with Multicam LSM controllers were chosen for ingest, playout and slow-motion replays. “EVS servers are a requirement for all our mobile units and we’re very happy with how they perform – they give us reliability and continuity,” explained Brendan Clark, Director of Engineering, Token Creek Mobile Television. “Our customers demand EVS servers and there’s a large operator base that’s familiar with the interface. Our clients can move files easily between mobile units across the country, and know that they can go into any market and find a skilled operator. The ability to switch codecs helps facilitate a smooth workflow from the truck to the edit suite.”

Token Creek has deployed four XT3 HD/SD servers, one in a six-channel configuration with the other three in a four-channel set-up, providing a total of 18 channels. They’ve also installed an EVS XS HD/SD four-channel server, and EVS’ XFly NAS portable storage, XNet2 media sharing network, and XF2 removable server.
“With the new state-of-the-art Chippewa truck, Token Creek expands its fleet of HD mobile production units to keep up with the sports industry’s fast-growing demand for HD,” said Frederic Garroy, general manager, EVS Americas. “This project is their first deployment of EVS’ XT3 servers and XFly portable storage which give their customers the speed, reliability and flexibility they need for live HD productions.”

About Token Creek Mobile Television

Since 1992, Token Creek Mobile Television, Inc. has served the mobile broadcast production needs for network, regional and local sports broadcasters, as well as the entertainment industry, educators and Fortune 500 corporations. With state-of-the-art mobile production units and a prime Midwest location near Madison, Wisconsin, Token Creek Mobile Television Inc. has provided mobile production units to sports clients like ESPN Regional Television, CBS Sports Network, NFL Network, Alliance Productions and NBA Entertainment, corporate clients such as EPIC Systems, Harley-Davidson and Georgia-Pacific, and local stations like WLEX in Lexington, KY, WCIU in Chicago and KSTP/KSTC in Minneapolis.

With an unparalleled record of high quality production services, a team with years of broadcast production experience and a fleet of mobile units with premier technology, Token Creek Mobile Television, Inc. provides production solutions to clients, regardless of the production’s price range.

For more information please visit: www.tokencreek.com.

About EVS (www.evs.tv)

EVS designs leading broadcast and media production systems for sports, news and TV entertainment. Its innovative Live Slow Motion system revolutionised live broadcasting and its reliable and integrative tapeless solutions are now widely used for non-linear editing and 3D HD productions across the globe.

The company's dedicated systems offer a complete production platform: live slow motion (LSM), super and ultra slow motion, clips creation, fast turnaround editing, production and archive asset management, time delay, multi-camera and multi-feed recording, logging, live graphic analysis, digital transmission, multi-format ingest and play-back, second screen delivery. Main software applications like the IPDirector® or MulticamLSM® are designed to control the industry's most robust and flexible production platform, the XT series server. The world's leading broadcasters, such as NBC, BSkyB, FOX, RTBF, RTL, NHK, CANAL+, ABC, ESPN, TF1, CCTV, PBS, CBS, BBC, ZDF, Channel One, Channel7, RAI, TVE, NEP, MEDIAPRO, EUROMEDIA, BEXEL, ALFACAM and many others use EVS' solutions.

The company is headquartered in Belgium and has offices in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America. Approximately 400 EVS professionals from 20 offices are selling its branded products in over 100 countries, and provide customer support globally. For more information, please visit www.evs.tv

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