When the leaders of seven of the world’s most advanced economies gathered for the 47th G7 Summit in the southwest of England, NEP Group was there to support creative production agency Identity as it brought the event to millions of viewers around the world. Identity used NEP’s technical expertise, infrastructure and facilities for both the broadcast and audiovisual solutions. […]
NEP Group, a technical partner for content producers around the globe, says its U.S. Broadcast Services team has released a new mobile unit, NEP Supershooter 5. 1080p-ready and 4K-capable, Supershooter 5 is the first of the company’s fully IP mobile units to be powered by their new proprietary and easy-to-use broadcast control and monitoring system […]
Broadcast Sports International, a Broadcast Services Company of NEP Group, has released what it calls “the smallest UHD wireless video transmitter available on the market today,” the Mini Tx UHD, which measures just 85mm long by 56 mm wide and 28mm deep. Peter Larsson, president of BSI, explains the genesis of the project. “A client approached us […]
He joins the tech firm from McKinsey & Co. where he has been senior adviser to the Consumer, Tech & Media teams since 2019.
NEP Group, a global outsourced technical production partner for premier content producers of live sports and entertainment, is gearing up for this year’s IBC Show, Sept. 13-17, at the RAI Convention Centre in Amsterdam. At IBC, NEP will exhibit in Hall 14, Stand H02, and be staffed with local team members representing their worldwide network. […]
NEP Group has released M15, the latest in NEP’s lineup of next-generation regional sports mobile units featuring an IP infrastructure based on Lawo solutions. This single-truck-unit was designed to streamline regional sports workflows, but is flexible enough to scale up for larger shows. Throughout its interior, M15 offers personalized work stations at all operating positions, […]
The private equity backers of NEP Group are mulling a full or partial sale of the broadcast services company, according to people with knowledge of the matter. Crestview Partners, which owns most of NEP, is working with an adviser to sell its stake in the company, said the people. Carlyle Group has a first option to buy that interest, which could give the company an enterprise value of about $2.5 billion, the people said.
NEP Group has acquired Bexel Global Broadcast Solutions (a subsidiary of Vitec Group) in a move that combines two of the biggest vendor names in live sports production. The deal for Bexel further expands the Pittsburgh-based broadcast-services provider’s inventory of flypack systems and equipment for live event production.