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Field Production

  • Sage Steele interview

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    Interviewing Sage Steele for the Indiana University Distinguished Alumni Service Awards.

  • River production

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    Shooting on the Wabash River for Along the Wabash.

  • Rooftop shot

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    Setting up a shoot for the Indiana University Distinguished Alumni Service Awards.

  • Glass blowing shot

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    Shooting a glass blower for the Weekly Special.

  • Camera shot of children

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    Shooting in the field at a Friday Zone event.

  • Canon 5D shot at French Lick Resort

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    Using a Canon 5D to shoot video for the Spirit of Orange County.

  • Orange County Canon 5D shot

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    Using a Canon 5D to shoot video for the Spirit of Orange County.

ENG (Electronic News Gathering) field production is very close to our hearts at RTVS.

We utilize field acquisition for a wide variety of video productions: documentaries, educational videos, panel discussions, press conferences, commercial productions, b-roll accumulation, event support, and any other type of video production.

Our producers, videographers, lighting experts, and audio engineers have at their disposal top-of-the-line HD and digital equipment to acquire video and audio.

Aside from gathering video and audio, we can solve other technical aspects such as location scouting, ensuring viability of electricity, and securing relevant permits, permissions, and clearances. We can assure you that all field productions will run as smoothly as possible.

ENG Field Equipment Spec Sheet

IU Radio & Television Services is the professional audio, video, and event support production unit within Indiana University.

Utilizing the highest quality production equipment and practices, we work with a wide range of clients to create videos, audio, web, and event support elements – for broadcast, live web streaming, file creation, disc creation, and any other possible means of transmission and distribution.

Since 1950, our award-winning work has been recognized by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the TELLY Awards, the Society of Professional Journalists, the Edward R. Murrow Awards, and countless other festivals and organizations.

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