Emmy's Stream Uses Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, ATEM Mini Pro

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Kerry de Boer

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Emmy's Stream Uses Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, ATEM Mini Pro

PostMon Oct 12, 2020 1:48 pm

Blackmagic Design today announced that 26 of this year’s Emmy® Award nominees who live or were located in California were live streamed into the telecast of the 72nd Emmys using kits built around Pocket Cinema Camera 6K and ATEM Mini Pro switchers. The kits were built by Los Angeles based C Mount Inc as part of the first virtual, nationally telecast Emmy ceremonies, which brought together nominees in 20 cities and 10 countries.

The 72nd Emmy Awards were held at Staples Center in Los Angeles, with Jimmy Kimmel hosting the show in front of a mostly empty arena while nominees and presenters were live streamed. Broadcast around the world, the show included more than 100 virtual attendees being shown before and after each award presentation, in acceptance speeches and finally with press interviews managed through the ABC virtual media room.

C Mount, a full service video equipment rental house that has also become a leader in custom wireless production, was tasked by Done and Dusted, the production company responsible for the entire award show, to build the remote kits. The kits needed to include a large image sensor camera and a multi input video switcher that required no effort on the part of the nominees to operate, and could all be controlled remotely by C Mount in their Glendale, CA location.

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