Raycom Sports Joins Alliance Productions

Raycom Sports has joined Alliance Productions as a partner to provide mobile television facilities throughout North America. Based in Charlotte, NC, Raycom owns and operates two HD mobile units and two HD KU Uplink trucks.


Raycom Sports and its collection of HD mobile units has joined Alliance Productions.

“Raycom is a highly respected name throughout the industry and Alliance is proud to add them to our overall facilities lineup,” says Craig Farrell, President, Alliance Productions. “Raycom brings a wide variety of services and experience that will improve our ability to serve our clients and develop new business.”

Founded in 1979, Raycom Sports is a production, syndication, distribution, and event management company with over 30 years of experience and a reputation of being one of the nation’s finest independent sports syndicators and producers. With deep roots in college football and basketball, Raycom offers a vast array of opportunities in sports and entertainment on the local, regional, and national level.

Raycom Sports currently offers two 53-foot expando HD Mobile Units: RHD1 and RHD2. Both trucks are well-equipped for multi-level productions and include GVG Kayenne switchers, Calrec audio consoles, nine Sony HDC cameras, Canon lenses, up to 20 channels of EVS, Evertz routing systems, Chyron Duet Hyper X-3, virtual monitor walls and will operate on either fiber or triax.

“Raycom Sports is very excited to join Alliance Productions,” said Charles Moye, Technical Operations Manager, Raycom Sports. “We have a long-standing relationship and have depended on them to supply state of the art HD mobile units for our college football and basketball shows. Joining Alliance will strengthen our relationship with their partners, who collectively bring a wealth of knowledge about the remote business to the table. We appreciate the opportunity to represent Alliance Productions and look forward to growing our business together.”

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