Trans Global Productions, Inc.

 

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5600 N. Dixie Blvd. Odessa, TX.  79762

432-362-7122

bbailey@cableone.net

 

In the Fall of 2016, along with the multi-camera HD production of the high school football teams on Friday nights at Ratliff Stadium, which will air on Sunday evenings, we’re doing college football for the UTPB Falcons, on Saturday nights at Ratliff Stadium for TV Broadcast on MyTV16, to be aired on Tuesday evenings during the season. The high school playoffs will be aired “live” on MyTV16.

In 2015 we bought our first video Quad-Copter DRONE. After learning to fly it properly we purchased a DJI Phantom 3 Professional Video Quad-copter and obtained our FAA 333 Exemption which allows us to fly our DRONE commercially. Weve shot aerial video for Ratliff Ranch Golf Course, Freedom Buick GMC, Odessa’s Star Bright Village and, for the Odessa Chamber of Commerce, Memorial Gardens Park for the “911 Flags”.

For 2015 we built a mobile equipment rack for our TriCaster 860 which allows us to move our remote video multi-camera production into and out of the production trailer when a venue can’t handel our production trailer package. With the new mobile rack we can move the whole rig into the venue and set up for a multi-camera shoot in a very short time.

We used the production trailer several times this year at the new Wagner Noel Performance Center for UTPB’s JBS Institute and moved the mobile rack into the Library at UTPB for another JBS shoot slated to air on our local PBS Station.

Multi-camera football production  and post-production for over 30 years, beginning in 1986 with the opening of KPEJ-FOX TV Station, for High School Football, namely  for the mighty "MOJO", Permian Panthers and the Odessa High Bronchos.  The production to be used on a tape  delay broadcast each week of the season. Playoff games for Permian  include 6 shoots in "Texas Stadium", Home of the "Dallas Cowboys". This  includes "play-by-play and color" announcers with on going statistics,  plus slo-mo instant replay. Starting in 2008 the games were aired on the Permian Basin CW  affiliate. Now we broadcast on the loca; MyTV16 channel under the roof of CBS7-KOSA-TV.

We produced a multi-camera shoot for the Permian High School and Odessa High School Graduations at Ratliff Stadium and the New Tech Odessa High School Graduation at Wagner Noel.

We Produced the Hobbs High School and New Mexico Junior College graduations in Hobbs’ Event Center with the mobile rack.

We ended 2015 with the ECISD regular season high school football games that we produced as a delayed broadcast on CBS7’s MyTV 16. Our final game was aired “live” on MyTV 16 with Permian High School (“Friday Night Lights” fame) vs Arlington Bowie.

 

We finished our 2014 high school football season in Bedford, TX where we uploaded our game in real time, live to Fox Sports South West via TVUPack

We recently ran video cameras for image magnification, twice with Bill Cosby and again with Santana in concert at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center.l

In 2014 we began working with the John Ben Shepperd Institute to once again produce local town-hall style events using our own production video switcher and HD cameras. With four HD cameras we recorded the events which were, at times, in the library at UTPB while most of the other events took place at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center.

Technically directed, using our own equipment, a three camera High Definition program on energy for PBS in 2011. This was the first ever High Definition program to be produced out of the Odessa/Midland area and was distributed and aired across Texas in large markets like Dallas, Houston and Austin.

Shot High Definition video for the  Discovery Channel for one day to be aired later for a series called “The Detonators”. This episode is a story of a  building implosion in Midland, Texas.

Produced the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum’s banquet video and shot the live video of the award ceremony honoring former  President of the United States, George W. Bush in February 2009,  Midland, Texas.

On-going video training for Rosa’s Cafe in Texas & New Mexico  since1996.

Started video training in 2009 for Taco Villa  and Texas Burger.

 Produced the banquet video for the MS Society’s Hope Award ceremony honoring former U. S. Secretary of State Don Evans in Midland, Texas and continue every year with new honorees.

Video directed and technical directed Quiz Showfor the  Midland/Odessa PBS. Provided camera crew.

Over a decade producing video for the local UIL  Region VI and UIL Area Marching Contests.

Multi-camera video, audio and lighting plus  post-production for an energy conference at the Lea County Event Center  for New Mexico Tech with streaming live feed to the web.

Several years producing a multi-camera video shoot at the Lea County Event Center at Hobbs, NM providing video, sound and  lighting plus    post-production for the NMJC and Nurses Graduations.

Several years  producing a multi-camera video shoot                            (with post-production) at the Lea  County Event Center in Hobbs, NM with sound and lighting provided to us  for the Hobbs High School Graduations.

Re-recorded the  sideline coach dialog in the movie                         “Friday Night Lights”. Direction was  from Peter Berg in California via telephone to our studio. Once the  dialog was recorded we sent via ftp to California where it was inserted  into the movie.

Produced the 2003/2004 documentary of the combined  Odessa High and Permian High Marching band trek to the Rose Bowl and  performances at DisneyLand, Universal Studios and in the 2004 Rose Bowl  Parade.

Video production including shooting  Betacam SP and DV at location both on the ground and from aircraft for  the GEO COMPANIES of North  America, Inc.

Video production including shooting at location both on the ground and from chopper and post-production with  our in house AVID Media Composer 1000 for the
NEG MICON 10 minute promo  for use in world wide market. NEG MICON built the turn key windfarm at  McCamey, Texas in 1999. A windfarm is a series of electrical generators  powered by wind instead of by nuclear or by water. The windfarm at  McCamey utilizes 107 wind turbines. Good old West Texas has plenty of  wind.

Over a decade and a half producing multi-camera videos of the Spring Concerts for “Black  Magic” at Odessa’s
Globe Theater.

Shot a full day of Traffic Court in Midland, Texas  for Court TV.

Video production for the "Petroleum  Hall of Fame" with former President of the United States, George H. Bush  and former First Lady Barbara Bush.

Several years of
multi-camera  production of a broadcast on ECISD TV of the OHS and PHS graduation  Ceremonies.

Video Production for The John Ben  Shepperd Institute for local and state awards, including production with Texas Lt. Governor Bob Bullock and then Governor of Texas George W. Bush  from the State Capitol.

Several segments shot for
CBN with sports celebrities including Dr. Jay in the Silver Dome and George Foreman in Houston.

Company video for BIDCO over several days at the  Saraha in Las Vegas, including post-production.

Multi-camera for C-Span at the  University of Texas at the Permian Basin (UTPB) on several different  events (tape delay)

Multi-camera
production for “Best Little Whorehouse  in Texas”, the “Nutcracker”, “One Flew Over the Cookoo’s Nest”.

Camera for "Inside  Edition" on Southland Corporation's Seven Eleven Story

Camera for "
Lifestyles of the Rich and  Famous" (Danny Sullivan)

Camera for video uplink to "
Inside Edition" from Roby, Texas

Video production & post for TV  Commercials with "
Travis Tritt", "Clayton Williams, Jr.", "Lori Morgan"

Multicam video production with "Colin  Powell" in Amarillo, Texas

Audio and equipment for "Larry Gatlin  and the Gatlin Bros." at the Odessa College auditorium in Odessa, Texas  and at the Hilton Ballroom in Midland, Texas

Audio and equipment for "
Paul Anka" at the Cork Club, Houston

Audio and equipment for "
Sly and the Family Stone",  "ZZ Top" at Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston

Audio  and equipment for "
Conway Twitty", Houston



Bob Bailey, President Trans Global Productions,  Inc.