We design, build, maintain and support Commercial Broadcasting & Audio Visual Systems nation-wide.
We are dealers for Crestron, AMX, Bose, Juice Goose, JBL, Draper, Crown Harman, Symetrix, Biamp, Extron, LG, Optoma, QSC, Sennheiser, Shure and many more.
Broadcast Works is excited to announce our new partnership with Watchfire which will allow us to give our clients a turnkey solution for scoring and game day excitement while allowing you to generate revenue at the same time!
A Watchfire video display or virtual scoreboard will help you entertain fans and increase sponsorship revenue. Show your... (Continue Reading)
Broadcast Works TIPS contract number 171001
TIPS is a national purchasing cooperative that offers access to competitively procured purchasing contracts to its membership. TIPS is housed at and managed by the Region 8 Education Service Center located in Pittsburg, Texas
For governmental agencies such as public education organizations, higher education entities, and city or county governments,... (Continue Reading)
Broadcast Works is excited to announce we were awarded the Audio/Visual systems for a new Performing Arts Center in Tyler, Texas. This beautiful, state-of-the-art facility will include a 700-seat auditorium, a dance studio, band, choir, stagecraft, orchestra, and ensemble practice rooms. With Crestron control and SLX Dolby main line arrays, this system will provide an... (Continue Reading)
The Katy Independent School District is an award-winning public school system based in Katy, Texas that enrolls over 60,000 students. It makes heavy use of audio and video display capabilities to augment its live and pre-recorded school presentations. The district, which serves 181 square miles in parts of Harris County, Fort Bend County and Waller... (Continue Reading)
Broadcast Works has had the pleasure of working across a total of 10 Katy ISD campuses; within those ten campuses we have completed audio visual projects at all eight high schools. Katy ISD High School number 8, better known as Patricia Paetow High School, did not disappoint with their exceptional choices in audio visual equipment.... (Continue Reading)