Blog stories related to the mobile broadcasting profession.
but·ter·fly ef·fect (in chaos theory) the phenomenon whereby a minute localized change in a complex system can have large effects elsewhere. A few times throughout my life, something triggers my memory of how I feel I obtained this career in video production & engineering, now passing 35 years. It was 1985. I had just turned […]
I have blogged previously about my career as a mobile production unit technician, a career that went from full time to a freelance role as TebWeb Innovations morphed into my own full time business. Working in this business is like being part of a family. I just can’t fully leave “my TV family.” On New […]
Almost Twenty Two Years. That’s how long I have been a full time Mobile Unit EIC (Engineer In Charge). My job has been to help oversee a mobile production trailer providing the technical facilities for live, remote broadcasting. Set up the mobile control room, configure it, and assist those that are tasked with running the […]
If you’ve read some of my other posts, you know of my “day job.” For 20 years, a mobile broadcast engineer. My job entails the maintenance and set up of large mobile production trailers, providing the “control room” for high level live event broadcasts–mostly sports. I’ve seen a lot over 20 years working out on […]
With my “day job” working as a Mobile Broadcast Technician, I was finally back to work after a stressful 5 months of no work (and wondering if I would ever return to it). I have worked this event in some aspect for what was my 16th year. This one would prove to be the most […]
I have been involved in Mobile Broadcasting as an Engineer for twenty years now. In that time, I have worked at Superbowls, World Series, an Indy 500, major golf and tennis championships, and a Winter Olympics. None of those shows have won a Sports Technical Emmy–until now! After 13 years of being one of hundreds […]
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