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TORONTO (February 8, 2018) – Dome Productions, one of North America’s leading production facilities providers, announced today it has been awarded the contract to provide host broadcaster services for the upcoming Group of Seven (G7) Summit, June 8 and 9 in Charlevoix, Québec.
“With a focus on innovation, flexibility, and adaptability, we’re thrilled that Dome Productions has been selected to host broadcast services for this internationally significant event,” said Mary-Ellen Carlyle, Senior Vice-President and General Manager, Dome Productions. “With more than 457 4K events produced to date, Dome Productions embodies Canada’s desire to be a world leader in innovation and technology.”
With operations based in Montréal, Toronto, Oakville, Ottawa, and Calgary, Dome Productions has developed an international reputation for providing the highest quality facilities and technical crew operators for many high profile events in both high definition and 4K. The company has provided G7 host broadcast services since 1995, producing the first high definition pictures of the leaders of the G8 Muskoka and G20 Toronto in 2010. Most recently, Dome Productions was the successful host broadcaster of the INVICTUS 2017 Toronto Games.
Home to the largest and highest quality fleet of high definition and 4K production mobiles and uplink tractors in Canada as well as extensive point-to-point fibre throughout Canada and into the United States, Dome Productions is one of North America’s leading production facilities providers. Its unique business approach sets the company apart from the competition with its integration of primary business units of 4K and HD mobile production, host broadcast, and transmission services.
About Dome Productions
Dome Productions is owned by Bell Media and Rogers Media Inc. Dome operates a fleet of 18 TV production mobiles, 7 ‘B’ support units, 1 production/uplink truck and 3 KU uplink tractors. It also owns a full time cross-Canada and cross-border fiber network which is the backbone of the transmission services it offers. Dome’s head office is in the Rogers Centre in Toronto where it also offers studio and control room facilities.