Jeff Malicke, who teaches video and film production at Brandon High School, worked with TEL Systems to design field and studio production systems that would carry them into the HD and digital workspace. The result is a live HD production studio centered on a Newtek Tricaster 450 production switcher plus postproduction non-linear editing accomplished with four Grass Valley EDIUS systems. The solution is a great example of a tapeless workflow; from shooting, to post production to final distribution on Blu-Ray or for content uploading to the internet.
In 2006, Brandon Township contacted TEL Systems looking for recommendations on an automated video playback solution for their municipal cable channel. TEL Systems evaluated Brandon Township’s technical needs and recommended the Airwave play-to-air solution. TEL installed the system and has continued to work with the Township Cable channel providing tools, technology, and expertise to help make the transition from tape-based analog production to tapeless high definition.
Madonna University contracted TEL Systems to design and build the AV systems for the University’s new Franciscan Center – Science and Media Building. TEL worked closely with the project architects, trade contractors, and the client in budgeting, designing and installing these systems for classrooms, labs, lecture halls and lobby areas. TEL also planned and installed open-air sound systems in the large atrium-style “gathering space” and added signage systems throughout the facility.In addition to the classroom AV development and installation, TEL Systems designed and installed the comple