On September 30, 2012, D2 Productions’ Genesis traveled to Piscataway, NJ for a live broadcast of an NCAA Men’s Soccer game between Rutgers and Louisville for the CBS Sports Network.
Sports Video Group published an article recapping the production of the game:
“Once again, we’ve proven that, with planning and care, you can produce a show capable of being broadcast on a network like CBS Sports Network,” says Joel Kitay, president of Kitay Productions. “[It can be done] with the NewTek technology, the right gear surrounding it, and the right people who know how to maximize the usage of the technology.”
“I think, until you see the truck in action, until it has the hours on the air, there’s always a question in people’s minds: ‘does this thing work?’ ” says Walzer. “There’s still this stigma, when people hear the word TriCaster and/or trailer, that there’s this preconceived notion of what it is.
“Our goal here was to build a solid production platform in a trailer using NewTek technology,” he continues. “I think we’ve done that and we’re proving that we can create a benchmark standard for this class of production facility. Everybody that does a show on this thing is just amazed that they got that caliber of show out of this truck.”
You can read the entire article here:
Kitay Productions Delivers College Soccer to CBS Sports Network via D2 Productions’ Genesis