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Go To Team Elite Camera Crew & Video Production Crew | Go To Team Miami Crew | CNBC: Squawk on the Street

Screen Shot 2020 03 17 at 12.23.15 PM Go To Team Miami Crew | CNBC: Squawk on the Street

Go To Team Miami Crew | CNBC: Squawk on the Street

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The Coronavirus is sending shock waves throughout the entire country and it’s affecting more than just health care. 

CNBC brought in our Miami cameraman, Ryan Brower, to capture a live remote interview for Squawk on the Street with Jay Foreman, CEO of the Basic Fun Toy Company. The CEO was there to discuss how the Coronavirus outbreak has been affecting business and supply chains. 

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Jay discussed that the main issue is that his company is financed by banking institutions and when something this serious comes along, they want to see how in the long run it is going to affect your future earnings. Because of this, his company is having to project their earnings and if they see a decline because of challenges with supply and demand, that is affecting their borrowing. In a few months, everything will return to normal for businesses, so overall it is a short-term problem. However it involves having the central governments get together with the banks to help backstop businesses.

For both of these shoots, Ryan was a one-man-band so he had no audio operator or additional crew. He chose to capture the interview with a Sony F5 camera with a 18-55 Fuji lens. The interview was broadcast via LiveU. He lit the subject with his litepanels LED kit. Our video camera crews are always ready at a moment’s notice to stream live hits for the news channels that are in need. 

Thank you to CNBC for bringing in our video camera crews to capture this live interview. We look forward to working with you again in the future.