London, UK – 14 May 2024  – EMG / Gravity Media, will be sharing the Group’s  knowledge and expertise at The Media Production & Technology Show (MPTS), held on 15th and 16th May in London Olympia. The recently combined companies are behind the ‘Broadcast Tech State of the Nation’ and the ‘Live Event Production & Broadcast Masterclass’ panels, both happening on Wednesday, the 15th of May. Attendees will gain valuable insights into the latest trends and advancements in broadcast technology and live event production.

15th of May, 10:45 am – Broadcast Tech State of the Nation Panel: Roisin McKeniry, Gravity Media’s Head of Technology, will be speaking on this panel happening at the Broadcast Technology Theatre. Discussions will include the latest advancements in transmission methods, evolving standards, the integration of AI and machine learning in content creation and distribution, as well as the impact of 5G technology on broadcasting. This seminar will provide insights into the current landscape and future trends shaping the broadcast technology industry.

15th of May, 1:30 pm – Live Event Production & Broadcast Masterclass: Nick Dyer, Head of Sales at EMG UK, will be one of the specialists bringing this masterclass together at the Production Theatre. All visitors will have the chance to uncover the strategies behind seamless live broadcasts, from pre-production planning to on-air execution. This panel, which is sponsored by EMG/ Gravity Media, will cover all technical aspects, such as camera setups, audio engineering, and virtual elements, equipping everyone with the expertise needed to deliver captivating live broadcasts that leave a lasting impact.

Don’t miss the chance to see two experts from the world’s largest and most significant broadcast technology and production group in person. For more information on MPTS and to register for free, please click: here.

EMG and Gravity Media Join Forces: An Overview

EMG, one of the leading global providers of broadcast services and media solutions for live sports, entertainment and events, and Gravity Media, a global provider of complex live creative production and media services, are combining their businesses to create one of the world’s largest and most significant broadcast technology and production companies.

Aligning the strengths, expertise, and resources of EMG and Gravity Media, this new venture will deliver an unparalleled range of media services and solutions to clients worldwide: 30 offices, more than 100 outside broadcast trucks and flypacks and 40 studios across the United Kingdom, Europe, the Middle East, the United States and Australia, offering market-leading broadcast, technology, production, and post-production solutions across many of the world’s most-watched live events and entertainment programmes and working with the world’s most renowned sports rights holders, production houses and broadcasters.

The group’s acknowledged broadcast technology and production partnerships across major sports including UEFA EUROs, Olympic Games, FIFA World Cup, Champions League and Premiership football, Formula E, the Bathurst 1000, the ATP Tour, Australian Open, US Open and French Open, Tour de France, Giro d’Italia and Tour Down Under, NBC Sports and College Sports across the US, the World Aquatics Championships, the Melbourne Cup, the Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.

Through its studios, production, post-production, outside broadcast facilities and specialist camera technologies, EMG and Gravity Media work with major production companies, television networks, pay television and streaming platforms in many international markets across projects including The Voice, Australian Idol, Dancing with the Stars, Strictly Come Dancing, The Masked Singer, Australia’s Got Talent, Britain’s Got Talent, 1% Club and I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here and major events including the BAFTA Awards, Brit Awards, ARIA Awards, AACTA Awards and major state events, including the Coronation of King Charles III.

The combination’s post-production centres play a key role in the production of major international television productions across broadcast, subscription, and streaming platforms as well as projects from multiple US and international studios and many of the world’s leading independent film productions.