SVG Welcomes Corporate Sponsors PRG, Rainbow Broadband, and RT Software

The Sports Video Group is pleased to welcome Production Resource Group (PRG), Rainbow Broadband, and RT Software as corporate sponsors. PRG supplies entertainment and event technology to a wide range of markets, including sports and major events. Rainbow Broadband beams broadband services to customers in New York City commercial buildings over a Hybrid Fiber Microwave Network. RT Software is a leading provider of real time graphics solutions.

PRG
PRG provides integrated services and equipment, including audio, video, lighting, rigging, staging, and scenery and automation systems, for these markets from more than 40 offices in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia. PRG is uniquely qualified to provide the resources and services customers need at any and all sites, efficiently and cost effectively. Its staff offers years of experience serving the specialized needs of each of our markets. For a given market, PRG can provide a single discipline, such as lighting, audio, or video, or it can bundle disciplines for an integrated solution that meets the needs of the entire project.

Rainbow Broadband
Rainbow Broadband was founded in 2005 to provide broadband, collaborative services to the Media Industry, and is the only company building a new carrier class network in NYC. The company’s network connected Disney, Columbia Pictures, Blip TV, and many more media companies to the “cloud” before it was called the cloud. Rainbow has years of experience and the know how to connect today’s businesses to the cloud. Rainbow sells customers packages of communication services including Internet Access, Digital Phones, Private Lines, access to Cloud Computing and Network Support Services. Businesses use its services to work online, collaborate and become more efficient and productive.

RT Software
RT Software’s product portfolio spans CG, template-driven 2D and 3D graphic overlays, election and newsroom graphics, specialist sports graphics, and virtual studios. From its beginnings as an offshoot of the BBC 3D graphics department in 2004, it now has installs from Iceland to New Zealand and includes the BBC, Sky Sports, Fox Sports, NBC, and many other Tier 1 broadcasters in its growing customer base.