Monday, April 30, 2012

LiveAirShowTV Returns to Joint Base Andrews!

PFLUGERVILLE, TX – APRIL 26, 2012 – For the second year in a row, LiveAirShowTV has been awarded the video production/LED screen contract for the 2012 Joint Service Open House at Joint Base Andrews, May 19th and 20th.  “This is one of the top air shows in the country, and we are honored to play such a significant role in the show”, said Jeff Lee, President of LiveAirShowTV.  “This will be the fifth show that I have directed at Andrews, and it is the second under the full banner of LiveAirShowTV. What a great privilege it is to serve the men and women of Joint Base Andrews, and the home of Air Force One.”

This multi-camera production will be displayed on two large LED screen right on the crowd line, and will feature not only up close shots of what it flying, but performer information and sponsor messages.  There will be something up on the screens a full hour before the show starts, so air show fans are encouraged to come early to stake out their best spot for the show.

This year fans will see the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, U.S. Army Golden Knights, the USAF F-22 Raptor, and V-22 Osprey.  Some of the warbirds include the world’s only flying B-29 FIFI, B-24 Diamond L’il, P-51 Mustang, and the only flying SB2C Helldiver.  Some of the top aerobatic pilots in the entire air show industry will all be together at Andrews!  Fans will see, Sean D. Tucker, Michael Goulian, Kirby Chambliss, and Chuck Aaron and his Red Bull Helicopter.

Virtually all of the airshow acts will be recorded and posted on the LiveAirShowTV web site not long after the show. Clips from the 2011 show are still available for viewing.  Fans can follow our progress on Facebook and Twitter, and once we are on the base, we will be posting mobile updates throughout the show. 

We will be right at show center, behind air show announcer Rob Reider.  Come by our production compound, you never know what you might see.

LiveAirShowTV will be there to make your air show experience even better! See you on the ramp!

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