CNET Blog Features Peck Media Video
Today, Kent German of CNET included in his blog both of Peck Media's videos for Sprint's launch of 4G in New York City. Peck Media provided video production and post production services for the videos. The videos were shot on location in New York City.
Today, the second video in our series for Sprint "Launching 4G in NYC," made its web premiere. Our video production team hopped in cabs, rode buses, and pounded the pavement all around New York to capture how Sprint is setting up their new faster and more powerful wireless coverage. The educational video series gives an insider look at the different ways Sprint ensures 4G coverage to tall buildings, short buildings, and on mass transit.
Today Sprint released the first in a series of web videos, "Wiring Up 4G in NYC: Rooftops" on the upcoming launches of it's powerful new 4G networks in major metropolitan areas. Peck Media's NYC video production crew ascended the heights of a tall building in Hell's Kitchen to get a glimpse of the behind-the-scenes work involved in wiring up a major city network. Post production on the short educational video was also fulfilled by Peck Media.
According to Sprint's press release for the web video series, "Future episodes will explain how 4G technology serves Sprint’s customer base in crowded and complex areas like New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. For example, viewers will learn how Sprint’s 4G network will provide coverage to major transportation hubs, tunnels, bridges; what are some of the intricacies of trying to wire subway tracks; how does wireless reach the top floors of tall buildings; and, how technology can reach people on freeways and major thoroughfares as well as traditionally tricky spots like valleys and mountains."