Ross Video Outfits Mobile Content Providers’ New Truck

Mobile Content Providers (MCP) based in Plantation, Florida, has selected Ross Video as the core technology provider for their new Small Format Vehicle. Built specifically for Live Sports Production by Systems Integrator Mobile Studios of Boca Raton FL, the new vehicle features a Ross Carbonite Production Switcher and XPression Real-Time Motion Graphics System

MCP’s founders Mitch Rubenstein and Ray Colaiacovo are combining years of experience and new workflows to push live remote productions into a new era where quality and efficiencies can co-exist.  The maiden voyage for MCP’s MB2500 truck is scheduled for August 31st.

“Ross components have allowed us to be a cost-effective, high-end production company able to service a variety of major networks,” said Mitch Rubenstein, founder, Mobile Content Providers.  “There are no concerns from any potential clients when we tell them we are a Ross truck.  We have been embraced by the marketplace.”

“We strongly believe in the quality and value of Ross Video products and we’re delighted that this Mercedes Sprinter production vehicle built for MCP features a Ross Carbonite 2ME Switcher and XPression CG,” said Rich Rubin, president, Mobile Studios.  “The van is truly “state-of-the-art” and capable of producing excellent production values for top shelf sports production.”

“We look forward to supporting MCP and their customer base for years to come,” said Les O’Reilly, marketing product manager – Switchers, Ross Video. “We’re certain MCP will impress their clients, as for the first time they will be able to leverage something that Ross provides exclusively—a world class integrated Production Switcher and Graphics workflow designed for sports and entertainment.”

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