Red Bull gives Ross Video ‘wings’ with a landmark partnership in Austria; Ross to celebrate with Parking Lot Party

Above, Ross Video CEO David Ross (left) is shown in a recent promotional video from his company, combined with a recent Red Bull promotional video frame. Ross is celebrating his recent deal with Red Bull.

OTTAWA — One of Ottawa’s most successful companies is marking a landmark partnership deal with Red Bull Media House (Salzburg, Austria) by celebrating with its staff and dignitaries.

Ross Video manufactures technology solutions for the live production and broadcast industries. Company CEO David Ross (former Ottawa CEO of the Year) will host the parking lot party with hundreds of employees and Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson to mark the “incredible partnership” — and to celebrate many jobs coming to both the Capital and the company’s manufacturing plant in Iroquois.

Founded in that South Dundas village on the Seaway, Ross Video is actively recruiting for its core product development, R&D and manufacturing teams in Canada, although the global company also maintains six international offices across four continents.

Below, David Ross delivers an address at the 2019 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas last month, which includes an amusing pre-recorded opening video sequence intro showing the Seaway District High School graduate wearing an Ottawa Senators jersey and feasting on an all-Canadian breakfast of pancakes and maple syrup — with a can of Red Bull subtly appearing as well 

Ross Video’s Parking Lot Party will take place at their Ottawa location on Tuesday, May 28, at 10 a.m. with a staff celebration and barbecue to follow.

With an impressive 27 consecutive years of global growth, Ross is a leader in Canadian innovation; the company holds numerous patents and won a technical Emmy® award in 2017 for its openGear platform that was judged to have materially changed the way television is made. Ross employs almost 800 people worldwide and the company’s solutions are sold in over 120 countries and used aboard the International Space Station.

Below, energy drink-maker Red Bull is synonymous with the extreme-sports videos and broadcasts it uses to promote its beverage. One of the latest is this clip of a chopper flying upside down over New York City.

Ross Video – High Impact, High Efficiency Production Solutions

Ross powers video productions for billions of global viewers daily with the industry’s widest range of high impact, high efficiency production solutions. Ross makes it easy to create compelling news, weather and sports broadcasts, engaging material for sports stadium screensentertainment shows and rock concertseducational institutionslegislative assembliescorporate applications and inspiring content for houses of worship.

Ross solutions have impressed the audiences and marketing partners of NBC Sunday Night Football, Eurosport, BBC World, Google YouTube Space London and China’s eSports powerhouse VSPN. Ross delivers an unrivalled range of products and services comprising virtual studios, real-time motion graphics, cameras, robotic camera systems, production switchers, video servers, infrastructure and routers, social media management, newsroom systems and mobile live events.

Update, below: Ross announced the sugary side benefit of his firm’s new deal with the drink maker — otherwise known for high-octane videos and broadcasts created with the help of equipment manufactured at Ross’s Iroquois, South Dundas, production facility. Celebrating the deal May 28 with Ross and dozens of employees were Ontario cabinet minister and local MPP Lisa MacLeod as well as Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson. In the clip, the assembled throng crack open their cans of Red Bull in unison.
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