Meeting the ever-changing demands of our clients’ production needs has allowed us to refine multiple workflows to meet various budgets. Launching a traditional on-site production is a process fine-tuned for more than 80 years in the U.S. More recently, REMI has been utilized in live sports production, with increased use during and since the pandemic. It provides cost efficiencies, streamlined technical setup, and reduced travel costs. At BMG, we’re comfortable in both models, and have taken the traditional REMI approach steps further. Through our centralized technology with decentralized production staff approach, we’re able to focus our resources on-site and from our Cloud Control Center™, while enabling specific technical and creative positions to be staffed remotely — allowing our clients a broader range of talent to work their shows on any given day.
Our BMG-owned infrastructure consists of our core broadcast operations center in Las Vegas and three connected spoke facilities in New York, Chicago and Washington, DC, to function as our inter-connected hub. Our three production and audio control rooms can serve as master control and host key technical positions, including switching, audio mixing and replay. Our REMI mobile units supply video and audio from site, and if preferred by the client, allow for key above-the-line personnel to also work from site, while the announcers can be local or from home/studio locations . Certain functions, like directing, producing, graphics/scorebug and AD/AP positions can all function remotely with crew anywhere in the world.