Trickbox TV provides OB services for Eden Sessions concert
Trickbox TV provided a range of outside broadcast services to Eden Sessions TV for its headline Gary Barlow concert at the Eden Project in Cornwall. The show kicked off Eden Sessions’ summer of live music events, which was recorded on 6 June and was broadcast on BBC One on Friday 13 July.
This is the second consecutive year that Trickbox has supplied Eden Sessions with a multi-camera setup. This year the outside broadcast production was further expanded, kit provided by Trickbox included its new state-of-the-art, bespoke 12-camera portable production unit (PPU) flyaway, which is built to the highest broadcast specification delivering a cost-effective solution that provides Eden Sessions with all the tools required for these full-scale productions, without the need for an OB truck.
“We really enjoy working with Trickbox. Their professionalism and expertise help us to deliver stunning shows to a wider audience,” said Eden Sessions film producer Anna Meneer. “We love the fact that we can bring renowned artists to Cornwall and give people from every demographic the opportunity to see bands covering multiple styles and then give fans that couldn’t make it to the live shows the opportunity to see their favourite artists.”
Liam Laminman, Trickbox TV managing director, added: “We’re delighted to have been asked to provide OB facilities to Eden Sessions TV for the second year running. The shows are visually spectacular, and the atmosphere is electric. To be able to provide our 12-camera PPU flyaway to convey that energy to viewers at home is a real treat.”