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Live webcasts, concerts, conferences, memorials & IMAG Productions

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Innovations in video production technology have opened new possibilities for church's looking to spread their worship message. Broadcast Pix offers live production solutions designed to help you easily create inspiring live video. Our powerful yet easy to use systems are ideal for any size event, making them the ideal choice for single operators and volunteers. Discover why churches worldwide use Broadcast Pix to spread their unique worship message, with sophisticated results.

Broadcast Pix systems empower you to:

  • Produce live content for multiple screens, overflow rooms, broadcasting, streaming, archiving and recording
  • Create real-time IMAG presentations using our patented 1-frame delay
  • Access, edit and control your show content in real-time with our built-in production tools
  • Customize your multi-view display layouts
  • Create custom graphics with our internal cg
  • Automate your switcher moves, content and devices with our file-based macros
  • Drive your enjoy show from any of our intuitive interfaces, custom control panels or from your smartphone or iPad

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Cornerstone Christian Fellowship


Cornerstone Christian Fellowship Begins Transition to HD Production with Broadcast Pix

Cornerstone Christian Fellowship in Chandler, Ariz., installed a Granite 2000 integrated production switcher to significantly improved their image magnification (I-MAG) presentations during their live worship services. Cornerstone uses the Granite to control their 7 robotic cameras and drive live content across multiple screens in their the facility. They noticed that their volunteer production crews were more excited than intimidated about the new Granite which produces glitch-free switching between sources and provides file-based macros to help create polished transitions. 
I like that you can change and organize the Broadcast Pix however you want. It makes their job easier, that’s for sure."

- Eric Lyle, Cornerstone’s director of live media
Faith Chapel Christian Center

Faith Chapel Christian Center


Broadcast Pix Anchors HD Upgrade for Faith Chapel Christian Center

Faith Chapel Christian Center, a megachurch based in Birmingham, Ala., upgraded to an HD video infrastructure built around two Broadcast Pix integrated production switchers. The new HD system is used for I‑MAG presentations for the congregation, live streaming to and the church’s mobile app, and a 30-minute television broadcast of Sunday morning services for The Church Channel, which is part of the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN).

It’s perfect, it just makes it easy to adjust the display for a particular event. This is a very interactive church – customizable features are important.”
- Lionel Boone, Sr., Audio/video engineer

The Cove Church
Cove Church

The Cove Church Upgrades to HD Production with Broadcast Pix Granite 5000 Video Control Center

The Cove Church in Mooresville, N.C., is using a Granite™ 5000 2 M/E Video Control Center™ to produce image magnification (I-MAG) for its congregation during services, as well as simultaneously stream its services live on the Web and share the live video feed with three campuses across the state.

Our goal is not to be a TV production, but to help you ‘feel’ the venue and feel like you’re part of what’s going on.
       -  Greg Antisdel, Director of production

Calvary Chapel Modesto

Calvary Chapel Modesto Produces Live Webcasts with Broadcast Pix Granite Video Control Center

The Calvary Chapel Modesto, based in Modesto, Calif., is using its Granite 1000 integrated production switcher to produce live webcasts of its religious services for a growing online audience, while simultaneously delivering an image magnification (I-MAG) presentation across its 17-acre campus.
The Granite 1000 system has drastically simplified our workflow, enabling us to provide a more interactive experience for our congregation. Now, our members can access our religious services online anytime from anywhere."
       -  Jonathan Kehler, Administrative pastor

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wnyf-tv.jpgFor the workflow to be very powerful, I think it has to be intuitive – not just how you route files, but where you’re routing them from and how they appear. Granite makes it easy.”

- T. John McCune
Multimedia team leader
SUNY Fredonia, NY