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.
We love it when our clients send us amazing footage like this of the radio towers that we manage! The KEOM-FM Tower is a free-standing lattice tower located in Mesquite, Texas at the Mesquite Memorial Stadium. This tower is approximately 514 feet (155 m) tall. It is of an unconventional design and was built in... (Continue Reading)
Broadcast Works is very excited to announce our newest partnership with world renowned Meyer Sound. Meyer Sound continually strives to elevate the overall dialogue about sound and bring greater awareness to the importance of how we hear and listen. A collaborative, results-focused approach to sound solutions drives a company philosophy where creative thinking, craftsmanship, and... (Continue Reading)
Trevor Tull, Senior Project Manager
Hobbies Include: playing guitar, farming, gardening- enjoying life in the country.
How long have you been working in the Audio Visual industry? 10 years
What made you want to be in this industry? My passion for music, electronics, and live sound has lead me to where I am today.
What do you love... (Continue Reading)
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)