The recent live broadcast of the national Democratic and Republican Conventions demonstrated ever-changing workflows that required high-quality flexible systems and a unified interface to record and manage a plethora of obtained assets including images and video clips provided from a variety of sources.
The recent live airing of the 1970s Broadway musical Grease on national television proved to be a very ambitious undertaking, involving three separate staging areas (one outdoors) at a major Hollywood motion picture company lot.
FOX Sports coverage of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada featured 24 teams that spanned six cities and five time zones. Learn more about how Pronology helped manage and move content seamlessly and create a completely transparent production ecosystem.
Pronology provided its MAM solution for the sixth consecutive year for the 88th annual OSCARS®. Learn more about how Pronology's asset management software allowed the AMPAS team to work efficiently and securely for Hollywood’s biggest event.
Univision recently aired a telethon to benefit the Children’s Rehabilitation Institute of TeletónUSA (CRIT). mRes met the production’s special requirements by providing a workflow that could record and archive files while editors cut highlight reels simultaneously.
America's Got Talent generates four hours of primetime television every week. For the second consecutive season, Pronology's comprehensive media asset management system streamlined the movement and organization of media clips produced for each episode.
Fox’s Utopia, produced by Talpa Media, USA, was one of the most ambitious reality programs produced to date. Its unprecedented production size and tight broadcast schedule required a multitude of impressive engineering feats.