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Can you tell the difference?

On-site Production

Traditional OB production – 20.1.2021

Standard Setup

  • 10 cameras on-site
  • 2 OB trucks
  • 15 crew on-site
  • 2 charter flights


benefit 1

benefit 2

benefit 3


financial cost

environmental impact

noise pollution

space requirements

another disadvantage…

Remote Production

Cingularity host remote production – 20.1.2021

Remote Production Setup

  • 2 cameras on-site
  • centralised production suite
  • 2 crew on-site
  • no charter flights needed


more cost effective

potentially lower overall environmental impact

streamlined workflow

no inefficient overlaps

4K Production Ready

direct access to central archive

in-house production talent can cover multiple events

less tech staff at the venue = more
journalists, talent and editorial staff to capture special moments and interviews

differentiate content for second screen,
mobile devices and niche audiences

staff can spend time at home with family


longer preparation time for new venues
(~ 2 weeks)

less opportunity for engineers to travel

another disadvantage

Essential Requirements

  • reliable telecoms infrastructure
  • binding agreements
  • minimal end-to-end latency
  • audio and video synchronization
  • interoperability

Nuance. Not always best….

Key to remote production process is engineering things properly from the get-go. Cingularity takes responsibility for the full remote production workflow, including cameras and creative staff. By combining the remote site technical and camera operations with the transmission and encoding expertise, we’re able to streamline the workflow to ensure all available cost savings are achieved. We avoid inefficient overlaps by having an overarching view of the project. See customer case studies below.