The Cowboy Channel’s Mobile Production Unit Equipment

In addition to taking rodeo production submissions,
The Cowboy Channel offers mobile production to help make your rodeo production an all-around success.

In addition to taking rodeo production submissions, The Cowboy Channel offers mobile production, which can be very beneficial to the success of your rodeo or event. Our mobile production unit is equipped for any project—rain or shine. The production trailer has an abundance of resources, including:

VIDEO

  • Ross Carbonite Ultra 3ME frame with TD3 Control surface
  • Ross Xpression Graphics (3-channel)
  • Abekis Mira Instant Replay (4-in / 2-out)
  • Ross Ultrix 48x48 router w/ MADI
  • Blackmagic Hyper deck Mini SD recorder
  • (2) AJA FS1 Frame syncs

AUDIO

  • Midas M32 audio console (32 analog audio inputs plus 32 MADI inputs)
  • Midas AES50 Stage box w/32 additional inputs
  • Clear-Com 4-channel intercom system. Including 8 fixed stations and 6 belt packs
  • Clear-Com 4-channel IFB w/ talkback

CAMERAS

  • (3) Black Magic URSA Broadcast cameras w/ Fujinon 8.5-170mm lens + 2x Extender. Remote Zoom/Focus and studio viewfinder
  • (1) Black Magic URSA Broadcast cameras w/ Fujinon 8.5-170mm lens + 2x Extender for handheld use
  • (1) Teradek Bolt 4K 1500 wireless transmit/receive for handheld camera
  • (4) 500’ spools of SMPTE fiber

POWER REQUIREMENTS

  • Camlock 100-amp single phase 120v
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