2005 was banner year for UniSat thanks to our loyal and ever growing list of
clients. Too them, we say thank you. Unfortunately, many of our events were
not captured in pictures due to, well ... we really don't know why. But thanks
to some of our friends, we are able to share just a sampling of the events covered
over the year. So we will borrow an idea from the folks at
present the “Best of 2005.”
But really, it's more like just a small glimpse of a
very busy and successful year.
In the coming year, UniSat will continue to expand and offer our
clients even greater, unparalleled service, adding more production capacity (as
116th Pasadena Tournament of Rose's Parade for ABC's Good Morning
Los Angeles record rainfall coverage for Fox News Channel, KNBC, KVEA and ABC
(pictures courtesy Chris McIntire)
Awards Nominations (engineering logistics) for BBC
ESPN Sports Center in 16X9 for
ESPN HD, Baseball Spring Training Arizona
pictures courtesy Fred Clow ESPN
Disneyland's 50th week long Anniversary Party for Disneyland, ABC/GMA, Network
UniSat TES 2 for complete production and TES 1 for 4:2:2 digital uplinks
Photo courtesy of Chuck Pharis (thank you!)
UniSat provided complete
production and logistic services for six concerts in 2005
Pictured below: one of two concerts for ABS/CBN, Location: San Francisco, CA
UniSat provided many "mission
critical" uplinks in 2005
Pictured below: UniSat TES 1 and TES 2 for Fox Sports "BDSSP", one of many at
Pechanga, CA Resort
Michael Jackson trial coverage for: Fox News Channel and ABC (ABSAT)
Santa Maria, CA
Major League Baseball: The Angels did not quite make
it to the World Series in 2005
Can you tell TES 1 was working for a Chicago station?
UniSat provided complete production services for five parades this year.
Pictured below: City of Bell "Holiday Parade"
Last but not least, UniSat's George Edwards was in the news in 2005 when he and his
wife created their own fire rig!
The project was featured in print and television nationwide
KABC's visit to the Edwardz Family Orchard for a live report.
Whew...What a year, thank you