Our outside broadcast trailer, KenOB, is a purpose-built solution for producing live video at music festivals and outdoor events.
Its small footprint makes it ideal for squeezing into tight backstage areas, while still providing plenty of space for video crew to work comfortably throughout the show.
Because KenOB is a trailer-based outside broadcast solution, it’s an environmentally friendlier and more economical solution compared to OB vans and trucks. The crew and equipment can be transported in the vehicle that’s towing the trailer, which cuts down on emissions and transport costs.
KenOB is incredibly flexible. It can be powered with a single 32 amp CEEFORM intake, or with 16 amp or 13 amp power via powerCON.
Inside, it has ethernet IP, HDMI and 13 amp power infrastructure, allowing it to adapt to many video production setups.
In addition, the trailer is fitted with a number of conveniences for crew working on location:
These conveniences help with crew welfare, especially when working to intensive production schedules.
There are two main workspaces for crew. A long bench on the right-hand side allows multiple workstations to be set up for different roles, such as vision mixing and audio. A higher table on the left can be used for production management.
Finally, there’s a large space near the access door which can house standard 19″ fly-packs and racks full of video production equipment, the contents of which can be tailored to the specific job.
The access door is divided and hinged so that cables can be run into the trailer when the doors are otherwise closed and locked.