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    TV Studio production in a box.

  • Colorado Media School

    NewTek's TriCaster is a portable live production system that enables a single operator or small team to produce and stream multi-camera broadcast quality video. This "TV truck in a box" is widely used by broadcasters (MTV, Turner Sports, ESPN), sports leagues and teams (NHL, NBA D-League, NY Giants), schools, corporations and houses of worship to live stream a wide variety of programming.

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