Alliance Productions, the consortium of remote production service providers founded in 1997, provided the highlight of the NAB Convention in Las Vegas when its members voted to donate $100,000 to the SVG Sports Broadcasting Fund, an industry fund created last year to help members of the sports production community who find themselves in financial need due to illness, accident, or death.
“Everyone here at Alliance Productions greatly values and respects the contributions of the freelancers and technicians who work on with us on many shows and events,” says Craig Farrell, Alliance Productions, president. “With that group in mind, we recognize the need to support those who find themselves in dire straits and hope our contribution will encourage our industry colleagues
to make their own donations to this worthy fund.”
Members of Alliance Productions include Corplex, Crosscreek, CSP, IMS Productions, Jones Mobile TV, Mansion Mobile, Mira Mobile, MPS, NCP, SDTV, Token Creek, and YES Productions.
Since 1997, Alliance Productions has strived to identify and meet industry demand for top-notch television production services. As the largest group of mobile production companies in North America, Alliance Productions 12 partner companies can offer over 30 separate HD mobile units, to meet any situation or client demand.
“On behalf of the SVG Sports Broadcasting Fund and those it serves I just want to say thank you to Alliance Productions and their member companies for this generous donation,” says Ken Aagaard, SVG Sports Broadcasting Fund Advisory Board chairman. “We expect their donation to be just the first of many from vendors and manufacturers who have a similar desire to give back to a sports production community that week after week drives the core of their business.”