Media Products (MPI) was founded Michael Temmer.
Michael feel will bring value to their clients, and could improve client workflow, and improve system uptime and reliability, they started to build up their line card. Both Ray and Michael understand that today’s technology is quickly changing, and when talking with clients they might not represent the right equipment all the time to fulfill all client’s needs, but they will research solutions to find the right products to make recommendations to clients with the best of breed philosophy regardless of who represents the equipment.
Michael started to build out their team. See the team members
Michael brings strong operational and management skills he has operated a small production company for audio and video rentals, lighting, and video services. Michael has Produced, directed & edited Television commercial spots¸ music videos, promotion, training, indie features and documentaries. His experience ranges from operating lighting and grip trucks, video production and editing services, audio and video systems sales, and rentals, he has built & managed small theaters, rehearsal stage for touring rock acts, produced modern dance, video and theater events. He has done production management for lighting, staging for various one day and multi-day events in multiple ballrooms with set changes & resets with +16 plus breakout rooms, etc.
Venues include: The NY Hilton, NY Marriott Marquis, The Four Seasons Restaurant, Terminal 5, NY Historical Society, Altman Building, Spirit Cruises, South Street Seaport, Pier 84, Vanderbilt Hall.
Micheal is a member of SMPTE NY Section and NATAS Emmy Technical Award Committee.
Lynn comes to MPI with a long career in the industry at IBM, Pioneer Video, Panasonic Broadcast, NDS-Tandberg Television and 14 years at Tektronix. He developed marketing and sales tools at IBM for the LaserDisc industry and started a department today known as ingest. At Panasonic he was involved in the first analog, non-linear editing systems using recordable videodiscs controlled by editing systems from Ediflex, Epix, and Editdroid. It was also a time of Panasonic’s first efforts in the digital cine market where he worked with the studios and networks as they began the transition. As General Sales Manager for the Americas at NDS-Tandberg he managed the group that provided encoding systems for customers such as DirecTV, Fox Television, Panamsat, and NBC for the first Olympics in HD. At Tektronix, he worked with direct and distribution customers through the implementation of ATSC 1.0, HD, HDR, 4K and IPTV establishing their product line as the preferred HDR grading products. Before joining MPI, he worked with DigitalGlue to launch a new approach to On-Premise managed storage. He is a lifetime SMPTE member.