We've heavily invested in REMI technology to provide our clients with reliable, efficient, and scalable remote production solutions.
What is REMI?
REMI — short for Remote Integration Model — is a production workflow that allows content to be captured from a remote location and managed from a central technical facility. REMI workflows maintain all the key production elements you’d find in a standard broadcast. The critical difference is that REMI workflows provide significant advantages over a traditional approach.
By leveraging a central broadcast hub, you’re able to decrease your setup time and simplify the on-site technology needed at your venue, stadium, or theatre. In addition, REMI workflows allow certain technical and editorial functions to happen remotely, reducing or eliminating travel costs. And REMI productions offer the ability to decrease your on-site infrastructure, thus reducing your overall costs.
Our REMI Production Solutions
Broadcast Management Group has been providing live production solutions for nearly 20 years. We understand both the technical and creative facets of content creation. That’s why our REMI services cater to both the technical and creative components of production. Our REMI solution starts with our 11,000 square foot broadcast hub in Las Vegas, NV. Our central hub includes 3 HD control rooms, 50+ inbound paths, and redundant connectivity, allowing us to manage multiple projects simultaneously. In addition, we’ve designed a REMI mobile unit and custom remote production kits for capturing on-the-ground action.
Whether you’re looking to produce a multi-camera production or give your talent the ability to participate in your program or event remotely, our mobile unit and camera kits offer clients the technical infrastructure necessary to support their event. BMG offers virtual set design and integration solutions that will help add value, visual variety and increase branding opportunities while adding extra flavor to your remote or hybrid event. As part of our REMI offering, BMG also provides outsourced services, supporting back-end functions for your network or event, including master control services, disaster recovery services, and cloud media asset management.