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Denver Center for the Performing Arts - Denver, CO

Burst supplied the 4K cameras and other broadcast equipment used by the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) to capture and transmit HD content from the DCPA to locations around the world via "The Switch." The Switch is a customer-controlled video switching service available in major media markets in the US and in key international locations. The Red EPIC Dragon Cameras, "Redcast" 4K broadcast modules, Ross Carbonite 4K capable switcher, and other equipment that Burst supplied offer robust 4K live production, capture, and streaming capabilities for an efficient uncompressed 6k / 4K / HD workflow. Operators can also provide Virtual Reality live streams and HR VR Post Stitching capabilities utilizing the Red EPIC Dragon 6K platform for high quality content acquisition.

KFYR – Bismarck, ND

KFYR – Bismarck, ND

Burst designed, engineered, and Installed 12-channels of Grass Valley ITX servers to master control, and upgraded the terminal infrastructure for HD.

KQKD / Christian Television Network - Greenwood Village, CO

KQKD / Christian Television Network - Greenwood Village, CO

Burst built a new master control for CTN Rocky Mountain in Greenwood Village, CO. Burst engineered, designed, and installed the new facility. Rocky Mountain CTN creates and distributes media that enriches lives and prompts people to think about the purpose of their existence.

KUSA – Denver, CO

KUSA – Denver, CO

BURST installed a new robotic camera in the "Backyard" and upgrading the camera robotics system in the newsroom. Most recently, they added four Panasonic robotic point-of-view cameras. This provides greater shot variety in the newsroom without having to move hardware.

WHUT, Howard University - Washington, D.C.

WHUT, Howard University - Washington, D.C.

Burst developed the technical system design for the master control at WHUT-TV/Channel 32 in Washington D.C. The project included designing an automated and server-based digital master control system and technical core. The digital production infrastructure in the master design was developed to allow WHUT to upgrade to digital production facilities and a master control system at a later date. WHUT is a PBS-member television station owned and operated by Howard University. It airs a variety of standard PBS programming as well as programs produced by WHUT. The studios are on the Howard University campus.

Fox Sports

Fox Sports

BURST wired the expansion of an Evertz EQX routing switcher, including additional video patch panels, integrated multiviewers, various signal converters, and signal distribution at Fox Sports.