Wireless video and audio specialist, Broadcast Sports, Inc. (BSI), has expanded to the UK to meet growing international demand for its RF broadcast technology and services, writes David Fox.
Thanks to its new offices in Watford, just outside London, it will be better positioned to provide European and Asian broadcasters with its RF over fibre systems, cameras and audio systems for dry hire to production companies for news, sports, and other events.
Dave Remnant (pictured above left), who was previously Sales Director with Link Research has joined BSI as Business Development Director.
Tony Valentino (pictured lower left), who has 20 years experience supplying wireless camera systems and services, joins as Engineering Director.
“We are very excited with the opportunities available in the European and Asian markets. We are building a great team in the Watford office. I am convinced that with our people in place in Europe and the cutting edge technology we can supply, we can undertake any project, anywhere in the world and deliver a superior, competitive product,” stated Peter Larsson, BSI’s General Manager.
BSI has provided wireless broadcast systems for broadcast sports and events for more than 25 years, using wireless HD and 3D cameras, microphones and proprietary technology. Its technologies are used on such events as: NASCAR, Indy Racing League, the World Series, the Super Bowl, the PGA and LPGA Tours, the X Games, the US Presidential Inauguration, and MTV Video Music Awards. BSI’s cameras are also used by NASA in astronaut’s helmets