RUSHWORKS Aims to Define Different' with NAB Lineup Slated for April

RUSHWORKS Aims to Define Different' with NAB Lineup Slated for April

Each product that will be on-site at the conference will focus on the company's mission to "Keep It Super Simple," combining powerful but simple-to-use feature sets and functionality that ensure high-quality production on an affordable budget.

Hardware and software provider to bring solutions for applications ranging from TV and radio broadcast to houses of worship to conference in Las Vegas, scheduled from April 7-12.

RUSHWORKS, provider of technology for production, playback and streaming since 2001, will demonstrate a lineup of "K.I.S.S." solutions at NAB 2018, which will be held from April 7-12 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Each product that will be on-site at the conference will focus on the company's mission to "Keep It Super Simple," combining powerful but simple-to-use feature sets and functionality that ensure high-quality production on an affordable budget.

The lineup will include new, upgraded and enhanced products such as A-LIST Streamster, RUSHWORKS new IP only automation system; the 3n1 multifunction video camera; an expanded PTX universal PanTilt head series;  RUSHDOLLY, a tiny but versatile track dolly; VDEPO video deposition recording system, and VDESK robotic camera video production system for television and radio.

"At this year's NAB, we have two clear messages for attendees," said Rush Beesley, RUSHWORKS president. "One is that RUSHWORKS is the very definition of different, with unique technology that empowers a single operator to create sophisticated multi-camera video productions with no compromise in technical or production value. Second, we Keep It Super Simple', meaning it's all so user-friendly that even non-techies can operate it. Our gear can literally go from broadcast to boardroom, classroom to congregation and always deliver quality beyond expectations with minimal operator involvement."

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