SUPER BOWL XLIV: Taking You to Miami

K2 at Super Bowl 2010 The road to NFL’s 44th Super Bowl was end at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida on Feb 7, 2010 and NEPA’s fully-equipped behemoth broadcast truck, the NEPA K2 was right there to captured every yard gained, every snap & throw, every rush & pass, every sack & tackle, and every touch-down dance. Not to mention the widely anticipated half-time show by England’s legendary guitar-smashing rock band The Who.

 For the last several years, our veteran Live-Sports production crew has broadcast American Football’s ultimate championship game live to Japan through NHK’s HD satellite channel BS-1 reaching over 19 million households. Outfitted with state-of-the art high-definition digital equipment, the 53 ft NEPA K2 mobile production unit can support 12 complete camera systems and comfortably accommodate a staff of up to 22. For your next live multi-camera production gig in North, South, or Central America please contact  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



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