Over five weeks, we’re exploring five ways that NEP’sCentralized Production methods connect our world to create a Global ProductionEcosystem: our network of people, places, and technologies that bring great stories to the world every day. Read last week’s post on security and redundancy here.
Part 5: Sustainability
We mentioned a more efficient use of resources – but this can extend beyond just equipment to include things like fuel. A typical production usually requires shipping massive equipment and providing travel for talent and crew. This is especially true for live unscripted production content like sporting events, reality shows, and live events. Centralized Production cuts down on shipping costs by keeping equipment locked down in designated production hubs. And because some or all of the production crews can work from home, that reduces their individual travel and fuel costs. As the world transitions to greener modes of transportation, centralized production can help close the gap.
That’s why NEP Group’s advances in centralized production are a key part of our Global Production Ecosystem: the people, places, and tech that help us connect the world.
Centralized Production: Part of a Global Production Ecosystem
The adoption of Centralized or Remote Production workflows is only growing. At NEP, we are growing with it – adding a US-based datacenter to our network this year.
For NEP Group, it’s not just a vision. With over 18 production hubs across the globe, we’ve been ahead of the curve on centralized production methods for nearly the past decade. Whether it’s studio production in Australia or live broadcast in India, NEP Group has proven that the world is ready for centralized production to spread. We already facilitate about 5,000 productions this way—per year. With the ability to connect our facilities between and across continents, we’re ready for the future of production.