Creating an opening for the Olympics

Huge entertainment productions bookend events like the Olympics, requiring creative teams that are separate from the broadcast production needed for the rest of the Games. Covering an Olympics opening ceremony, or similar one-off event, is a “three-hour block of time where nothing can go wrong,” Audio Designer Scott Willsallen, of Auditoria, told the recent Dynamic Events conference at the 2012 Integrated Systems Europe exhibition in Amsterdam. For the full TVB Europe story, CLICK HERE.

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