CTG, 3G Wireless, Aerial Video Systems Renew With SVG
The Sports Video Group is pleased to announce that CTG (Comprehensive Technical Group), 3G Wireless, and Aerial Video Systems have renewed their mobile/integrator sponsorships. CTG designs, integrates, installs, and maintains video broadcasting systems. 3G Wireless provides wireless HD video, audio, and remote production solutions to the sports television industry. Aerial Video Systems specializes in HD wireless, POV cameras, RF, Cineflex, and aerial production.
Founded in 1991, CTG is a recognized leader in the industry in audio/visual and broadcast solutions. The company provides its customers the assurance of high-quality service, technical expertise and professionalism as a Certified AudioVisual Solutions Provider (CAVSP) through InfoComm International. CTG’s abilities in providing project and integration services across the US are further strengthened by its affiliation with Professional Systems Network International (PSNI), an international alliance of premier audio/visual systems integrators.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ctgatlanta.com.
3G Wireless is a multiple Emmy- and industry-award winning company. Its successes include the famous Red Bull Stratos jump, ESPN’s Monday Night Football, and TNT’s PGA Grand Slam of Golf, which uses 3G’s pointer-less golf coverage with RF-over-fiber technology and without cranes. 3G also has long-standing relationships with Supercross, AMA Motocross, and AMA Road Racing.
Learn more online at www.3gwireless.tv.
AVS, a premier supplier of customized HD solutions for the ever-evolving broadcast industry, draws upon its diverse inventory of state-of-the-art equipment and in-house trained staff in order to deliver turnkey broadcasting solutions. Known for its usage on sports’ most major events, AVS supplied solutions at last year’s MLB All-Star Game in Minneapolis, the Los Angeles Marathon, and assisted ESPN Monday Night Football on its move to 1080p60. The company also continues to supply RF gear for coverage of the Breeders Cup, the US Open, and the Open Championship.
See more of the company’s offerings at www.aerialvideo.com.