SEATAC, WA — In April 2008, Randy Primm left his lucrative freelance video business in Seattle and began a personal adventure exploring the country in a second-hand RV. A year later, he established the Road Bandit Web site (www.roadbandit.com) to share blog entries about life on the road. Now, premier systems integration firm Advanced Broadcast Solutions (ABS) is serving as a technology sponsor for Road Bandit, which began posting an original video series to the site in March.
“It’s an interactive travel show, exploring what the country has to offer,” said Primm, who also serves as host and handles most of the production for the series. “We showcase unique people, places, and events. Our purpose is educate, entertain, and inspire our audience.”
Primm is working with a full-time producer and part-time editor based in Washington, but is using a high-end laptop equipped with Apple Final Cut Pro provided by ABS to produce much of the series on the road. “Road Bandit is a fun and unique concept,” said Mark Siegel, President of ABS. “Randy is sharing positive stories about the people and places that make this country great, and we are happy to go along for the ride and support his new series.”
About Advanced Broadcast Solutions:
Based in SeaTac, WA, Advanced Broadcast Solutions (ABS) specializes in personalized broadcast services such as consulting, project budgeting, workflow analysis, feasibility studies, project management, system and architectural design and engineering, equipment specifying, procurement and installation, maintenance support and training. ABS boasts a technical staff with over a century of practical experience in television operations, automation, traffic implementation, multiple program stream management and signal distribution by fiber, microwave and satellite. ABS clients include: Fisher Communications, Cowles California Media, Real Networks, Cisco Systems, and Microsoft Studios.
For more information about ABS, call 206-870-0244 or visit our Web site at www.advancedbroadcastsolutions.com.
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